Be there to hear Dr. Saloom All speak to us on the various corrupt practices in corporates and its impact on the economy and its growth. He will also cover the overall Background check scenario in the country and the various practices and processes followed to curb fraudulent employment and mitigate hiring risks.
Dr. Kassim Saleem All (Retd. IPS) is the Chairman and Managing Director of Fourth Force – a unit of Agni Group of Companies. Prior to this he was in the Indian Police Service for more than 30 years donning various roles including Inspector General of Police, Indo Tibetan Border; Joint Director, Administration and Special Crime, CBI; Director General of Police; Special Director, CBI. He was instrumental in introducing the concept of Forensic Psychology in suicide cases, improving the e-procurement software of the Government of India, part of the investigation team of the Rajiv Gandhi Assassination Case. He was also the Member of the National Disaster Management Authority of India supervising the disaster management related issues concerning cyclone, floods, landslides and avalanches all over the country.
He was commended by the Director CBI for the conviction of accused responsible for the assassination of the former Prime Minister of India, Shri Rajiv Gandhi, has received the President’s Police Medal for Distinguish service in 2001, received the OP Parakaram Medal in 2003, received DGP’s Commendation better and Insignia (Gold Plated) from DG ITBP for the modernization, restructuring and expansion of the Force, strengthening the living and road infrastructure of BOPs, framing of RR, improving service conditions and welfare of Jawans in 2006.
“Corruption in Corporates & Backgroung Check Scenario – An Overview”
Dr. Kassim Saleem All (Retd. IPS)
At 07.00 pm, on Friday, 27th May, 2016
At Hotel Savera, Dr. Radhakrishnan Salai, Mylapore
Registration Fee of Rs. 400/- will apply to Non-Members attending the program.
Networking over tea begins at 6.30 pm.
Please click on the below links to download the presentation files