Doha Bank CEO conferred honorary doctorate
Dubai, June 26, 2012
The European University, one of the world’s top business schools, recently conferred Doctorate of Honoris Causa on R Seetharaman, Group chief executive officer, Doha Bank.
Dr Seetharaman received the honorary doctorate in Geneva, Switzerland at the Graduation Ceremony of the students of European University.
The honour has been bestowed on Dr Seetharaman for his unique and valuable contributions to global governance and social responsibility.
Dr Seetharaman has also received an honorary doctorate from the Washington College in US on May 20.
“I’m extremely humbled to receive this honour and consider it as a huge privilege,” said Dr Seetharaman, commenting on the Doctorate of Honoris Causa received from the European University.
“It gives me great pride to be a part of this esteemed family and join my fellow honoraries. I would like to thank the European University management for considering me deserving enough for the doctorate title.”
Dr Seetharaman further provided insights on sustainable development and the aim towards it being undertaking issues such as poverty eradication, environmental sustainability, and sustainable consumption and production.
The various dimensions towards sustainable development are: social foundation, low carbon economy, environmental sustainability and gender equality. The main key challenges of sustainable development would be climatic change, energy security, increase in natural and manmade disasters and rising unemployment.
Dr Seetharaman said that sustainable development is now in the hands of the current generation, and they are the ones who will lead the world to a brighter future. – TradeArabia News Service
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