INDIAN NEWS & TIMES

Friday, September 30, 2022

DR. EM Sudarsana Natchiappan, Minister of State for Commerce and Industry inaugurated CII’s  3rd Regional CFM_Conf_2onference on Infrastructure Management in Delhi. CBRE is the knowledge partner for the conference

Dr Natchiappan said that Infrastructure Development is a priority for the Government in order to develop the nation. He emphasised that corporates should focus on nation building the need of the hour should be on management services. He further mentioned that people are the biggest asset and we should enhance our human resource development. He highlighted that there is a potential for public private partnerships to contribute more towards the infrastructure development of the nation

Mr Anshuman Magazine, Conference Chairman and CMD, CBRE South Asia Pvt. Ltd said, “Whilst India invests billions of dollars into infrastructure, it needs to manage and maintain the same optimally to maintain the quality and enhance the life of this infrastructure. This will also encourage more investment both locally and globally.”

Mr. Naveen Munjal, Chairman CII Delhi State Council and Managing Director Hero Electric thanked the minster for taking the time to address the gathering. He said “The Infrastructure segment is poised for new development and investments in the time to come as any other industry’s progress would directly depend on basic infrastructure of the economy. Infrastructure management is a complex task involving multiple stakeholders while also providing employment opportunities to all sections of society.”

Other eminent speakers at the conference were Deepak Ohlyan, Executive Director – Facilities Management, Dell Inc., Arun Khanna, Director – Real Estate, United Health Group, Naveen Puri, VP – Infrastructure & Logistics, Genpact, Rumi Engineer, Senior GM – Green Building Consultancy Services, Godrej & Boyce, Maneesh Chugh, VP & Head – Corporate Service Operations – India, The Royal Bank of Scotland and Sushil Anand, Managing Consultant – Advance Analytics, IBM