GDC Kathua organizes a workshop on “Rural Entrepreneurship Development Programme” – India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News

KATHUA: Government Degree College Kathua, in collaboration with the Mahatma Gandhi National Council of Rural Education, Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Education, Government of India, organized a one-day workshop on Tuesday on the theme “Rural Entrepreneurship Development Program “.

The Principal of the College, Dr. MS Pathania was the guest of honour, while Prof. Raj Kiran Sharma was the guest of honour. Shivali Choudhary, J&K REDC, UT coordinator was the workshop resource person.

The program began with a welcome speech by Professor Rakesh Singh, Head of Career Guidance and Placement Cell, GDC Kathua, who outlined the purpose and structure of the event.

The chief guest, Dr. MS Pathania, in his address, highlighted various skill development initiatives taken by the Department of Higher Education in line with the new education policy. He appreciated the role of the Orientation and Placement Unit in organizing such types of workshops for the betterment of the students.

Prof. Raj Kiran Sharma, in his address, highlighted various types of rural development programs implemented for College students and stressed that young people should become job creators rather than job seekers. use.

The resource person, Shivali Choudhary, in his deliberations, sensitized the students to the challenges of rural entrepreneurship, management, small-scale manufacturing business ideas and various activities carried out by the villagers through thought innovative.

She insisted on the good use of the resources available in the villages by the villagers through innovative ideas.

The event ended with a formal vote of thanks from Dr. Pankaj Gupta, Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry.

Over 100 students participated in the interactive session of the workshop. Other workshop participants included Prof. Neha Mahajan, Dr. Renu Gupta and Prof. Ram Krishan.

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