Environmentalist does not require any qualification, Dr. R.C. Sinha, IAS (Retired), Min. of state Govt. of Jharkhand.

By Accommodation Times Bureau
Mumbai: “Environmentalist does not require any qualification,” Dr. R.C. Sinha, IAS Min. of state Govt. of Jharkhand said on the eve of Accommodation Times 26th Annual Seminar function held on 1st March at Nehru Center Mumbai.
Sinha has also explained the necessities of infrastructure in our routine life. “Infrastructure is the key for providing the basic necessities for human survival and important for ensuring that growth is consistent with poverty reduction. He said”
The dais has also been spearheaded by the flamboyant personalities including government officials as well as private head of the builder organizations, such as Shri. Lalit Kumar Jain – President, CREDAI, Shri. Paras Gundecha – President MCHI, Shri. J Pathak- Member Sec. Devp. Board Govt. of Maharashtra, and Shri S.S. Zende, IAS, CEO, SRA, Govt of Maharashtra.
Accommodation Times India’s first and oldest fortnightly newspaper on Real Estate and Property has completed its glorious 26th year. On 1st March Accommodation Times had conferred National Real Estate Awards and Annual seminar on “Infrastructure need of Real Estate”. The function to facilitate the excellence in the field of real estate. Total 18 Awards were presented where people from Delhi, Ahmadabad, Pune, Bangalore and rest of India participated.
Earlier, Accommodation Times Institute of Real Estate Management’s first National Convention was addressed by Dr Vivek Deolankar of Mumbai University, Dr Sundaram Korivi of National Institute of Capital Markets (SEBI) the students of ATIREM.
The real estate Seminar function has also been supported by the several private bodies such as BAI, EAAI, NAR, MCHI Navi Mumbai, PEATA, GREAT and SMART, AREA Group, MEAA, and various other trade associations.

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