entrepreneurship development – Shiawase Win http://shiawase-win.com/ Wed, 09 Mar 2022 22:12:32 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://shiawase-win.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/profile-30-150x150.png entrepreneurship development – Shiawase Win http://shiawase-win.com/ 32 32 JKEDI Announces Entrepreneurship Development Program; Will provide loan up to Rs. 5 Lakhs to women https://shiawase-win.com/jkedi-announces-entrepreneurship-development-program-will-provide-loan-up-to-rs-5-lakhs-to-women/ Wed, 09 Mar 2022 06:28:44 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/jkedi-announces-entrepreneurship-development-program-will-provide-loan-up-to-rs-5-lakhs-to-women/ The Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI) today launched the Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP) under the Tejaswani (The Radiant) Livelihood Programme, a special initiative of Mission Youth aimed at empowering young women by allowing them to become self-sufficient. Jammu […]]]>



The Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI) today launched the Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP) under the Tejaswani (The Radiant) Livelihood Programme, a special initiative of Mission Youth aimed at empowering young women by allowing them to become self-sufficient.








Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI) has inaugurated the Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP)





the Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI) inaugurated on Entrepreneurship development Program (EDP) on March 8, 2022 as part of the Tejaswani (The Radiant) Subsistence dieta unique effort by Mission Youth to empower young women and enable them to become self-sufficient.












This initiative was first launched in 12 districts in the union territory during the first phase, with all remaining districts expected to be covered by the program in the coming days.

In Jammu region, 204 candidates from Samba, Doda, Kathua, ReasiRamban and Udhampur participated in the PDE, while 142 candidates from Kashmir region participated in the program at Budgam, Srinagar, KulgamBaramulla, Bandipora and Ganderbal.

During the EDP, candidates will learn basic business concepts such as forming business plans, market strategy, account management, and a variety of other relevant topics.












“Today is International Women’s Day, and there couldn’t be a better day to launch a program for aspiring women. women entrepreneurs. This program will help them to earn a living with dignity”, affirmed Anil Koul, director of JKEDI.

The objective of the program is to provide financial assistance to young women for the creation of profitable self-employment businesses adapted to their skills, training, aptitudes and local conditions. Women entrepreneurs must be facilitated to benefit from financial assistance within the framework of Mudra loan from J&K Bank to the extent of Rs.5.00 lakh.












Mission Youth, J&K will provide an amount of Rs.50000 or 10% of the project cost (whichever is the minimum) as a grant.

Additionally, Mission Youth will support the interest component of the loan as a special incentive. This initiative will improve their socio-economic status and lead to the involvement of women in nation building.







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The Federation of Muslim Women Associations of Nigeria (FOMWAN) trained 30 women in business skills and entrepreneurship development in Bauchi State.

Mrs. Fatima Abubakar, FOMWAN Youth Officer, said so during the inauguration of a one-day training exercise on Tuesday in Bauchi.

She said the exercise was designed to expose participants to business and entrepreneurship development to encourage the growth of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) at the grassroots.

The exercise, she said, also aimed to educate participants on accounting, access to loans, financial strategies, sole proprietorship, among others.

“Women need to be aware of market creation strategies to enable them to stay in business,” she said, and urged participants to drop out of training in their communities.

In her remarks, Zainab Galla, Deputy Secretary of FOMWAN, said the exercise focused on empowering women, encouraging entrepreneurship development and financial independence.

Furthermore, Ms. Hauwa Usman, a participant, praised the gesture, adding that it would enable women to develop their entrepreneurial skills for self-reliance.

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Entrepreneurship Development Program Begins at SMVDU – Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism https://shiawase-win.com/entrepreneurship-development-program-begins-at-smvdu-jammu-kashmir-latest-news-tourism/ Mon, 07 Mar 2022 21:48:56 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/entrepreneurship-development-program-begins-at-smvdu-jammu-kashmir-latest-news-tourism/ The Vice Chancellor of SMVDU presents a keepsake to Director Industries at the grand opening of EDP on Monday. Excelsior Correspondent KATRA, March 7: Eight-day “Entrepreneurship Development Program”, organized by the Entrepreneurship Development Cell of SMVD University and sponsored by the Department of Higher Education, J&K, started here today today.The program has been designed for […]]]>
The Vice Chancellor of SMVDU presents a keepsake to Director Industries at the grand opening of EDP on Monday.

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KATRA, March 7: Eight-day “Entrepreneurship Development Program”, organized by the Entrepreneurship Development Cell of SMVD University and sponsored by the Department of Higher Education, J&K, started here today today.
The program has been designed for students with the participation of about 75 students from different colleges of JK.
In the keynote speech, SMVDU Vice Chancellor Prof. R.K. Sinha motivated students to become job creators rather than job seekers and advised them to apply knowledge to pursue their interests.
Anoo Malhotra, Director, Industries & Commerce, who was the guest of honor at the inaugural ceremony, emphasized the adoption of green ways of industrialization and the knowledge of local resources. She highlighted the opportunities available in various J&K UT schemes.
Dr. Yasmeen Ashai, Director of Colleges, Department of Higher Education J&K, focused on reforms in higher education courses through technology and entrepreneurship.
Earlier, Dr. Supran Kr Sharma, coordinator of the program pointed out that the program was designed to sensitize the younger generation to what is happening around them. Nagendra Singh Jamwal, Registrar, SMVDU, briefed on SMVDU’s efforts to encourage innovation and identify business opportunities. Dr. Sharada Potukuchi, Dean of Academic Affairs, delivered the formal vote of thanks.

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St. Xavier’s College Entrepreneurship Development Cell to host Enterprise 2022 https://shiawase-win.com/st-xaviers-college-entrepreneurship-development-cell-to-host-enterprise-2022/ Tue, 08 Feb 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/st-xaviers-college-entrepreneurship-development-cell-to-host-enterprise-2022/ Summary Enterprise 2022 is a virtual business simulation competition Registration open until February 9 midnight for students from colleges and universities across India shark tank you got on your toes? It’s time to apply your perfect skills at Enterprise 2022 organized by the Entrepreneurship Development Cell of St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata with Edugraph as your […]]]>

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Enterprise 2022 is a virtual business simulation competition

Registration open until February 9 midnight for students from colleges and universities across India

shark tank you got on your toes? It’s time to apply your perfect skills at Enterprise 2022 organized by the Entrepreneurship Development Cell of St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata with Edugraph as your digital media partner.

The Entrepreneurial Simulation and Inter-College Business Conclave will have their preliminary rounds on February 11 and 12, while the finals are scheduled for February 26 and 27. Students can register until midnight on February 9.

Aiming to recreate a highly proactive and busy entrepreneurial environment, Enterprise is designed as a business simulation competition. The rounds put participants’ business analysis skills to the test in a near real-life scenario.

The event promises to awaken the entrepreneur in participants by launching challenges that test their theoretical and practical knowledge. Registration is open to students from colleges and universities across India. The competition will take place on digital platforms.

“Entreprise is a national entrepreneurial simulation event. We provide students with a platform to showcase their business acumen through a plethora of diverse cycles and workshops. Here you can foster interpersonal communication skills. The competition encourages you to work in a team, forces you to expand your capacity for original thinking and puts your knowledge to the test,” said Siddhart Sonthalia, a third-year economics student and director of the development unit of the entrepreneurship. .

Each team will have two participants. Their marketing skills, financial assessment abilities, public relations skills, human relations abilities and strategic management skills will be tested in several rounds held throughout the preliminary phase. The Entrepreneurship Development Cell panel will monitor team performance against pre-determined metrics and select 12 qualified teams for the final stages of the competition.

Bharat Moossaddee, Chief Financial Officer of Mahindra & Mahindra, will address students on February 10 at 10 a.m.; Tapan Singhel, Managing Director and CEO of Bajaj Allianz General Insurance, will give his perspective on the industry on Feb. 26 at 11 a.m. A panel discussion by Ankit Prasad, founder of Bobble AI; Pulkit Bhandari, Head, Corporate Finance Group, RPG Enterprises; and Sandipan Mitra, co-founder and CEO of HungerBox, will be held on February 16 at 11 a.m.

All sessions can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/c/EDCSXC/featured

Click here to join: https://bit.ly/ENTREPRISE-2022

Last updated on February 08, 2022

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Boosting Entrepreneurial Skills in Higher Education Institutions, By Rahma Olamide Oladosu https://shiawase-win.com/boosting-entrepreneurial-skills-in-higher-education-institutions-by-rahma-olamide-oladosu/ Wed, 02 Feb 2022 01:11:10 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/boosting-entrepreneurial-skills-in-higher-education-institutions-by-rahma-olamide-oladosu/ Photo credit: InfoGuide Nigeria As insecurity ravages Nigeria, key players must continue to do their utmost to tackle youth unemployment, one of the factors aggravating the country’s security challenges. With white-collar jobs becoming a rare luxury in modern Nigeria, the focus has since shifted to promoting entrepreneurship, skills and talent development among the youth. To […]]]>
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As insecurity ravages Nigeria, key players must continue to do their utmost to tackle youth unemployment, one of the factors aggravating the country’s security challenges.

With white-collar jobs becoming a rare luxury in modern Nigeria, the focus has since shifted to promoting entrepreneurship, skills and talent development among the youth.

To stimulate socio-economic growth and solve the problem of unemployment, many economic experts are of the opinion that the transmission of the required entrepreneurial skills, especially among young people, must start from higher education institutions, preparatory to the student graduation.

At present, entrepreneurship development is fully studied or even better offered as a course in most Nigerian universities, polytechnics and colleges of education, which attach great importance to the promotion of studies entrepreneurial skills and also offer them in the form of courses.

While a university is a high-level educational institution in which students study for degrees and academic research is conducted, a polytechnic is a technical educational institution with a focus on practical training and a focus on skills, especially in the field of engineering, technology, among others. .

A college of education competes with normal schools in preparing teachers. Teacher training, curriculum development, and teaching remain the core offerings of colleges or schools of education.

Recently, the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) challenged polytechnics and colleges of education across the country to redouble their efforts in entrepreneurship and skills development.

The Fund’s Executive Secretary, Professor Suleiman Bogoro, made the call during a capacity-building workshop for heads of selected institutions and staff of TETFund Centers of Excellence.

Bogoro called on polytechnic centers of excellence to focus on skills development, entrepreneurship and empowerment of relevant start-ups, although he lamented that most low- and medium-skilled jobs in the countries are managed by people from the Francophonie. countries.

Speaking in the same spirit, the Executive Secretary of the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE), Prof. Idris Muhammad Bugaje, said that polytechnics must be aware of their responsibility to produce a skilled workforce. for the country.

The NBTE boss expressed deep concern that most major infrastructure projects in the country are dominated by skilled personnel from other countries.

“There is a need for our polytechnics to focus on vocational training, which is why we are saying that from 2023, the NBTE will never go to accrediting a polytechnic where there is no only one vocational training center,” Bugaje said.

There are indices broadly associated with centers of excellence, particularly to foster innovation and development. Higher education institutions, especially polytechnics, should focus more on skills development and support for entrepreneurship, start-ups, among others.

In areas of competitive advantage, skill development is central and fundamental. Polytechnics should have the ability to develop the skills or entrepreneurial capacity of students and researchers.

It is worrying and embarrassing that on some construction sites there are more foreigners than Nigerian workers, despite the fact that our polytechnics produce more than enough skilled engineering and technical manpower to the construction industry.

We must remember that TETF funds had recently established centers of excellence in six polytechnics and six colleges of education.

The beneficiary institutions selected equally from each of the six geopolitical zones of the country are: Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa, Nasarawa State; Federal College of Education, Pankshin, Plateau State (north-central); Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi, Bauchi State; Federal College Education, Yola, Adamawa State (Northeast); Federal Polytechnic, Kaduna, Kaduna State; and Federal College of Education, Zaria, Kaduna State (North West).

Also, the southeast has Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Imo State and Federal College of Education Alvan Ikoku, Owerri, Imo State. South-South recipients include Federal Polytechnic, Auchi, Edo State and Federal College of Education (Technical), Omoku, Rivers State.

Yaba College of Technology, Lagos and Adeyemi College Education, Ondo State made the list for the South West.

As insecurity ravages Nigeria, key players must continue to do their utmost to tackle youth unemployment, one of the factors aggravating the country’s security challenges.

TETFund’s charge of our polytechnics and colleges of education to “aggressively” stimulate entrepreneurship and skills development could not have come at a better time.

Rahma Olamide Oladosu writes from Abuja.

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GDC Kathua organizes a workshop on “Rural Entrepreneurship Development Programme” – India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News https://shiawase-win.com/gdc-kathua-organizes-a-workshop-on-rural-entrepreneurship-development-programme-india-education-latest-education-news-world-education-news/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/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. […]]]>

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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Katsina NYSC Wins 2021 Entrepreneurship Development Competition https://shiawase-win.com/katsina-nysc-wins-2021-entrepreneurship-development-competition/ Mon, 20 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/katsina-nysc-wins-2021-entrepreneurship-development-competition/ The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Katsina office has become the best in exposure and competition under the nation’s Skills and Entrepreneurship Development (SAED) program. This is revealed in a statement released in Katsina on Sunday by NYSC spokesperson Alex Ogbemeata. NYSC’s Katsina office has now won the competition for the fourth time, the statement […]]]>

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Katsina office has become the best in exposure and competition under the nation’s Skills and Entrepreneurship Development (SAED) program.

This is revealed in a statement released in Katsina on Sunday by NYSC spokesperson Alex Ogbemeata.

NYSC’s Katsina office has now won the competition for the fourth time, the statement said.

“SAED Regular Officer in Katsina State, Alhaji Ahmed Yaradua, has been voted Best SAED Officer ever for the fourth time, the last being in 2017,” the statement read. “This year’s competition took place in Abuja from December 15-16, 2021, and the award took place on Friday, December 17 at the Nigerian Air Force Conference Centre, Abuja.”

He added that the state office has become “one of the top five states in the country.”

The statement further noted that the NYSC coordinator in Katsina, Ahidjo Yahaya, expressed his gratitude to the participants for the stubbornness and seriousness shown towards the activities of SAED by bringing pride to the state.

The statement also mentions that Mr. Yahaya congratulated the planned SAED officer on the award and called on members of the state corps to take the program very seriously.

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Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India declared center of excellence in entrepreneurship https://shiawase-win.com/entrepreneurship-development-institute-of-india-declared-center-of-excellence-in-entrepreneurship/ Tue, 14 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/entrepreneurship-development-institute-of-india-declared-center-of-excellence-in-entrepreneurship/ BHOPAL: Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII) has been awarded Center of Excellence in Entrepreneurship status by the Union Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Skills Development, EDII Director General Sunil Shukla has informed . EDII has been contracted for the extensive development work in the handicrafts and handloom sectors at several locations in Madhya Pradesh, with […]]]>

BHOPAL: Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII) has been awarded Center of Excellence in Entrepreneurship status by the Union Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Skills Development, EDII Director General Sunil Shukla has informed .

EDII has been contracted for the extensive development work in the handicrafts and handloom sectors at several locations in Madhya Pradesh, with emphasis on handloom in Chanderi and Maheshwar, terracotta in Betul and carpets in Gwalior.

Speaking to the media on Tuesday, EDII CEO Sunil Shukla said that EDII has entered into MoUs with prominent institutions in MPs like Madhya Pradesh Skill Development Mission, The Rajmata Vijayaraje Scindia Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Gwalior and several other MoUs with government institutions.

EDII worked with MPSRLM in Madhya Pradesh for Start Up Village program which is implemented in Dindori, Barwani, Sheopur, Shahdol, Sidhi, Mandla, Balaghat, Alirajpur and Jhabua districts for rural entrepreneurship development.

It is also actively working with the Madhya Pradesh Tourism Board for the development of tourism businesses in various tourist destinations in the state.

EDII has worked with the Madhya Pradesh State Open School Education Board under the HP-EDII ‘World on Wheels’ project and provides digital education, training to students, teachers and the community across the state.

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Representatives back Youth Entrepreneurship Development Fund Bill https://shiawase-win.com/representatives-back-youth-entrepreneurship-development-fund-bill/ Wed, 08 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/representatives-back-youth-entrepreneurship-development-fund-bill/ On Wednesday, the House of Representatives expressed support for the passage of legislation to create a youth entrepreneurship development trust fund as part of ongoing efforts to combat the threat of unemployment and underemployment in the country. Lawmakers expressed their support during the debate on the general principles of the private member’s bill, sponsored by […]]]>

On Wednesday, the House of Representatives expressed support for the passage of legislation to create a youth entrepreneurship development trust fund as part of ongoing efforts to combat the threat of unemployment and underemployment in the country.

Lawmakers expressed their support during the debate on the general principles of the private member’s bill, sponsored by the Honorable Farah Dagogo.

In his main debate, Hon. Dagogo explained that the proposed legislation, once approved by Mr. President, would not only stem the ugly trend of unemployment and underemployed citizens, but would also provide financial assistance to young Nigerians who could galvanize and strengthen the country’s ailing economy.

While describing Nigeria’s youthful population as paramount, he assured that the proposed legislation would provide them with a vehicle for assured socio-economic security, ensure reduction in unemployment, diminish social vices and produce a confident and worthy citizen of the world in the average Nigerian youth.

According to him, “This bill, to me, is one of the catalysts that would stem the tide of some of the hostilities that we are currently experiencing in this Nation, especially from the young people of our great country, who represent approximately half of our entire population and over 40 percent of whom are currently unemployed or underemployed, but are undoubtedly considered the nation’s emerging leaders.

“This bill seeks to establish a fund which will be used to provide financial support to young Nigerians with entrepreneurial skills, and provide a vehicle for assured socio-economic security as well as galvanize them to become self-reliant, employers of labor. laborers and captains of industry.

“The ‘Youth Fund’ will not only reduce the unemployment and social vices that characterize Nigerian society today, but will also serve as a strong indicator that the country is very particular about its young people and has them in its plan.

“The Nigerian state must protect its people – the youth – who arguably constitute more than half of the country’s population and are the future leaders. It is undeniable that the youth has been wiped out; we have a colony of them suffering from unemployment or underemployment and the State is aware and not unaware of this fact.

“Year after year, thousands of young Nigerians are thrown out of tertiary institutions, but the state does not have enough carrying capacity to empty them. This is indeed a tall order because the idle mind would always be the devil’s workshop.

“This fact has led to the trend of crimes and criminality in society. This bill seeks to cure those ills,” he noted.

In other to ensure adequate funding and transparency of the management process, he said: “We propose that sources of revenue be no less than 5% of capital estimates in the Appropriations Act each year and that profits periodically from approved investments taken from the capital of the Youth Fund.

“We are also calling on private entities to contribute to the Youth Fund. Therefore and obligatorily, they would contribute approximately one percent of reported profits and other income rightfully accruing to the Fund through means not contemplated in the bill.

“It is important to note that the Youth Fund should be run by young people, so they would populate the board. There would be fiscal accountability which would engender transparency and accountability because relevant sections of the bill have been proposed to address these issues,” he noted.

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JKRLM’s 5-Day Entrepreneurship Development Training Concludes – India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News https://shiawase-win.com/jkrlms-5-day-entrepreneurship-development-training-concludes-india-education-latest-education-news-world-education-news/ Sat, 20 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/jkrlms-5-day-entrepreneurship-development-training-concludes-india-education-latest-education-news-world-education-news/ SRINAGAR: A five-day Entrepreneurship Development (ED) training for Non-Farm Livelihoods Community Resource Persons (NFL-CRP) promoted under the Jammu Kashmir Rural Livelihoods Mission (JKRLM) will ends here at JKRLM’s state office. The training organized by JKRLM had the participation of 40 NFL-CRPs across Jammu and Kashmir. Speaking on the conclusion function, Mission Director of Jammu Kashmir […]]]>

SRINAGAR: A five-day Entrepreneurship Development (ED) training for Non-Farm Livelihoods Community Resource Persons (NFL-CRP) promoted under the Jammu Kashmir Rural Livelihoods Mission (JKRLM) will ends here at JKRLM’s state office.

The training organized by JKRLM had the participation of 40 NFL-CRPs across Jammu and Kashmir.

Speaking on the conclusion function, Mission Director of Jammu Kashmir Rural Livelihoods Mission (JKRLM), Dr. Syed Sehrish Asgar said that the Training of Trainers (ToT) was organized with the aim of creating a group Community Resource Persons (CRP). These select NFL-CRPs will provide last-mile support at the doorsteps of potential rural entrepreneurs.

Furthermore, the Mission Director said that NFL-CRPs are selected from the community where the Umeed program is implemented because they understand the local context and know the business ecosystem of their respective blocks. These NFL-CRPs will play an important role in guiding community-based organizations (CBOs) on business development, market linkages, and support for entrepreneurs.

She briefly explained the seriousness of the five-day ED training program that will equip NFL-CRPs with the legal compliance required for starting a business and also upgrading their existing livelihood to a business of order. superior. The NFL-CRPs will facilitate exposure to entrepreneurs related to various marketing platforms like Sara’s Fairs, e-marketing, product onboarding on various marketing sites including Gem-Portal.

During a five-day training program from November 15 to November 19, 2021, various resource persons specializing in the field of marketing, branding, value-added, finance, accounting and of various other components needed to develop and refine entrepreneurial traits provided an in-depth course. to the training of trainers.

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