Alternative Dispute Resolution Centre
Our Objective is the growth of the region, serving trade and industry in this coastal region of Karnataka, Dakshina Kannada. We promote and protect the interests of anyone engaged in trade, commerce, manufacturing and allied activities, specifically in the region of Dakshina Kannada & India in general. We have performed a proactive role in promoting initiative and enterprise for the past 80 years. We are at the forefront of trade & commercial activities through legislative and trade measures introduced by the Government and its agencies and also act as a vigilant watchdog to oppose adverse measures so that the commercial activities in the region are not affected.
In 2019, the Members of the Board identified the need for setting up an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Centre at KCCI. A sub-committee was formed & assigned the task of formulating the guidelines & setting up the ADR Centre. The centre commenced its operations in March 2020.
ADR Centre is in consonance of the Governemnt of India’s move towards a litigation free society and also mention that it is in under the umbrella of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act of 1996 amended from time to time.