Wednesday, May 31, 2023

Workshop on ‘entrepreneurship’

One day “hands on with entrepreneurship” workshop was organised by Science and Technology Intervention in North-Eastern Region, Technology Facilitation Centre (STINER-TFC), School of Agricultural Sciences and Rural Development (SASRD): Nagaland University (NU) on March 21 at Multi-Purpose Hall, SASRD:NU, Medziphema campus.
A press release by SASRD:NU, Medziphema informed that the workshop was organised in collaboration with NEDFi, Guwahati, Assam under the initiative of pro vice chancellor, SASRD:NU and project in-charge, STINER-TFC, professor Akali Sema.
The workshop was a flagship programme of advancing north east initiative, aimed at capacity building of students from higher education level in terms of practical approach towards entrepreneurship.
The resource persons for the workshop were CA and partner in V. Singhi and Association, senior consultant, advancing north east, Pankaj Periwal and junior consultant, advancing north east, Bidisha Kalita.
Special guest, NU registrar, Dr. Abemo said opportunities such as these were difficult to get and encouraged the students to make full use of the opportunities presented to them, to take risk and pursue entrepreneurship as a viable career opportunity.
A total of 132 participants comprising of students from Unity College, Mount Mary College, City College of Arts and Commerce, Patkai Christian College, Pranabananda Women’s College, Livingstone Foundation International College, St. Joseph University, Cornerstone College, Dimapur Government College, NU: SASRD, B.Voc students of NU: SASRD and youths from Tseminyu district attended the workshop. The workshop targeted graduate and post-graduate students from different streams where ranges of activity and interaction-based exercises were taken up.

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