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Wider Fields Committee
(Updated on 03rd October 2020)

Mr. K S Gopalakrishnan (Chairperson)
Mr. Anurag Rastogi (Member)
Mr. K Subrahmanyam (Member)
Ms. Raunak Jha (Member)

IAI Secretarial support:  Ms. Rashi Kapoor, Chief Manager


1) Interaction with existing and potential users of the actuarial profession to generate more employment opportunities in traditional and non-traditional areas including Promotion of off-shore opportunities.
2) Interaction with other professional bodies such as accountants, company secretaries, management accountants, etc.; industry bodies such as CII and FICCI and insurers’ associations in India and overseas; financial regulators [banking, securities and pension] and government insurance departments—Postal Life, Employees State Insurance, State government insurance departments, etc. to market the actuarial profession with a view to create new jobs and applications of actuarial techniques.
3) After assessing the needs of various users, enhance the employability of student members, suggest diploma courses or specific diplomas [to members who pass certain specific actuarial subjects] to meet the demands of market in India and overseas [e.g. pension administration, insurance analytics, etc.].
4) Any other functions required to achieve the objectives of creating wider field opportunities.

The committee shall report to the Council.
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