Entrepreneurship development – Shiawase Win http://shiawase-win.com/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 16:14:22 +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 Entrepreneurship Development: Setting Your Standards (III) https://shiawase-win.com/entrepreneurship-development-setting-your-standards-iii/ Mon, 14 Nov 2022 00:53:33 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/entrepreneurship-development-setting-your-standards-iii/ SSo far in this series, we’ve covered what setting personal standards is, how our personal standards predate our long-term successes, the scope of choices on which we should set our standards, and the control to establish our standards . We’ll conclude the series today by discussing some of the specific ways we can set our […]]]>

SSo far in this series, we’ve covered what setting personal standards is, how our personal standards predate our long-term successes, the scope of choices on which we should set our standards, and the control to establish our standards . We’ll conclude the series today by discussing some of the specific ways we can set our standards and the characteristics of the standards we set for ourselves.

Set standards on factors over which we have direct control: Obviously, the first space in which we can begin to establish our standards is the “Z” sphere in which we have “full” control. Specific dimensions in this area that we should set ourselves include:

How we educate ourselves: They say that he who does not know where he is going can take any road! To be able to set standards on various aspects of our lives, we must therefore educate ourselves. These are technical skills that we must acquire and continue to improve in our businesses. It is also about moral and ethical knowledge to understand what is right and wrong as well as what helps or hurts us.

How we take care of our health: Health is defined by the World Health Organization, WHO, as ‘…a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.’ It requires that we first know what our current health situation is, understand and do what will keep us healthy; avoid what harms your health and generally remain mindful of all three.

Be clear about who and what we should be: We need to set standards for what we want to be for ourselves as well as what we should be for others. It’s about trying to be the best we can be for ourselves, and then projecting that onto others as well.

· How do we invest our time? After our life and our health, I would say that the second most important resource we have is our time. It’s a variable in our lives that is really independent. Therefore, we must choose how we invest it only in what is right, good, useful and valuable to us and others.

· What do we need to engage in and with whom? We must consciously choose what we engage in, such as how we earn our living. For example, all activities in which we engage and what we invest and spend with our resources must be honorable and defensible. Likewise, we must be mindful of who we engage with and how we engage with them.

Self-application: We need to set standards for how we apply ourselves in everything we do. We must be thoughtful, reflective, committed and diligent. Whatever we do, we have to be serious about them and do our best.

Congruence, transparency, honesty and integrity: For our sanity, safety, and honor, we must be consistent, transparent, honest, and truthful in our thoughts, words, and actions. We have to say what we mean. We must do what we promise to do.

Other issues we need to consciously think about include how we treat others with respect, how we criticize ourselves positively, how we praise ourselves, and how grateful we are to God for our blessings, which includes our mental and emotional abilities as well as the efforts we are able to deploy. what we do and the results we get, etc.

Setting our standards on factors over which we have indirect control: As we mentioned last week, indirect factor control is about doing what we can rightly and legitimately do to move others and what they do sections entirely outside our sphere of control (section ‘X’) to the space within our sphere of control (heading ‘Y’). Here are some of the ways we can achieve this:

Lights: We all grew up from babies who couldn’t do anything on our own to adolescence and adulthood. We have learned many things over time. Some were deliberately taught to us in our homes and schools while we picked up others from the streets – from the good and optimal to the bad and hurtful. Therefore, some people just don’t know any better than you see them. But we can help them think and do better by re-teaching and guiding them. Relearning them and reorienting them should not be only technical. On the contrary, our heart should also be involved for the best effect.

Encouragement: Sometimes people actually know the right and proper things to do, but may just not do them for several possible reasons. In such situations, we should try to understand their inhibitions and help them with encouragement and persuasion.

Provide support: Yet, at other times, people know the right things to do and also want to do them, but don’t necessarily have the control to do them. This may, for example, result from the unavailability of certain necessary resources. Supporting them with the necessary resources can enable them to do what needs to be done.

Fixed: Have you ever noticed that our people who will be rowdy at our international airports will generally be orderly at other foreign airports? The environment we live and operate in and the people we associate with impact us, just as we also impact the environment and people. By refusing to do and accepting from others what is wrong and by doing what is right and expecting the same from others, we can do much to establish our standards and positively improve the standards of others.

Characteristics of personal standards: There are three main characteristics of our personal standards that we need to be aware of:

· Some components of our standards should be timeless. This means they should never change over time. These include our determination to always tell the truth and to be generally upright and law-abiding.

· Some components of our standards are expected to change over time. This can include how we do our work with the support of new technologies.

· Learning is continuous. We must be open to always improving our standards.

Setting our standards is about building a great personal lifestyle on the right philosophies and best practices. Not only do they define us, they shape what we can do and how we should do it. Equally important, our way of life either teaches others how good we are, or spreads our evil in society. The advantages are our credit and the disadvantages are also our responsibility. Next week, we’ll look at creating an organizational culture.

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Dir JKEDI inaugurates entrepreneurship development program in Udhampur https://shiawase-win.com/dir-jkedi-inaugurates-entrepreneurship-development-program-in-udhampur/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 19:16:00 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/dir-jkedi-inaugurates-entrepreneurship-development-program-in-udhampur/ Jammu: The Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI) organized a one-day Entrepreneurship Awareness Program (EAP) on Thursday in collaboration with Government Degree College, Jindrah. The event was chaired by JKEDI Director, Ajaz Ahmad Bhat. The director also inaugurated an Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP) for young women in Udhampur. “Successful individuals are those who are […]]]>

Jammu: The Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI) organized a one-day Entrepreneurship Awareness Program (EAP) on Thursday in collaboration with Government Degree College, Jindrah.

The event was chaired by JKEDI Director, Ajaz Ahmad Bhat. The director also inaugurated an Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP) for young women in Udhampur.

“Successful individuals are those who are their own bosses and simultaneously create job opportunities for others. other options, and entrepreneurship is one of the best,” said Ajaz Ahmad Bhat, Director of JKEDI, while interacting with the students.

The director also discussed J&K’s current economic situation and how entrepreneurship can revolutionize its growth. “It is essential for traditional companies to innovate and add value. One can choose a business activity in various sectors, such as food processing, horticulture, animal husbandry, fashion technology, etc. It is imperative that young people select a business activity that has potential based on local conditions and availability of raw materials,” he argued.

The principal of the host college, Prof. Rajshree Dhar, in her address highlighted the role of youth in nation building and motivated the students to choose entrepreneurship as their career choice.

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SKUAST-K introduces entrepreneurship development courses in agricultural and related sectors https://shiawase-win.com/skuast-k-introduces-entrepreneurship-development-courses-in-agricultural-and-related-sectors/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 11:31:00 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/skuast-k-introduces-entrepreneurship-development-courses-in-agricultural-and-related-sectors/ SKUAST-K introduces entrepreneurship development courses in agricultural and related sectors Srinagar, November 10 (KNN) The Planning and Monitoring Directorate and the SKIIE Center of Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Science and Technology, in collaboration with the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, launched a series of 66 training programs on Wednesday. professional training. According to […]]]>

SKUAST-K introduces entrepreneurship development courses in agricultural and related sectors

Srinagar, November 10 (KNN) The Planning and Monitoring Directorate and the SKIIE Center of Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Science and Technology, in collaboration with the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, launched a series of 66 training programs on Wednesday. professional training.

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According to reports, SKUAST-K has initiated the entrepreneurship development programs in various emerging vocations in agriculture, horticulture, animal husbandry and related sectors.

The main objective of the training programs is to develop entrepreneurship in young people and develop their skills so that they can launch their own innovation-driven startups and business ventures.

To officially launch the professional training programs, SKUAST-K held two positions at the Faculty of Horticulture, Shalimar Campus and the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences, Shuhama.

The Vice Chancellor, SKUAST-K, Prof. Nazir Ahmad Ganai who attended both ceremonies as the chief guest while thanking the Ministry of MSMEs for their support said it was a opportunity to build, train and train the workforce for Agriculture 4.0.

He said the university has a responsibility to prepare students, industry and entrepreneurship so that they can lead the conversion from subsistence agriculture to sustainable commercial agriculture to benefit the economy. in general and the agricultural community in particular.

“SKUAST-K has already taken many steps to make the university a hub for innovation and start-up in Jammu and Kashmir,” he said.

Saheel Yaqoob Allaqband, Deputy Director, MSME Development and Facilitation Office, Srinagar Branch, Ministry of MSMEs, spoke in detail about the procedure and requirements for skills development courses.

He said the aim of the training should be to encourage and identify young people who are motivated by the creation of startups and entrepreneurship so that they can turn the economy around.

The Director, Planning and Monitoring, SKUAST-K, Haroon Rashid Naik, gave a detailed overview of the skills development programs, their purpose and the training procedure. (KNN Office)

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Bangalore JITO Chapter Inaugurates Entrepreneurship Development Center (EDC) https://shiawase-win.com/bangalore-jito-chapter-inaugurates-entrepreneurship-development-center-edc/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 08:12:00 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/bangalore-jito-chapter-inaugurates-entrepreneurship-development-center-edc/ BANGALORE, India, November 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — JITO, a global organization, is a group of Jain businessmen, industrialists, knowledge workers and professionals in various fields reflecting their glory of ethical business practices – aimed at achieving socio-economic empowerment, values-based education , community well-being, the practice of compassion, and spiritual elevation of other beings. JITO (Bangalore […]]]>

BANGALORE, India, November 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — JITO, a global organization, is a group of Jain businessmen, industrialists, knowledge workers and professionals in various fields reflecting their glory of ethical business practices – aimed at achieving socio-economic empowerment, values-based education , community well-being, the practice of compassion, and spiritual elevation of other beings.

In its continuous efforts dedicated to achieving greater economic prosperity, JITO (Bangalore Chapter) has set new benchmarks with the inauguration of its first Entrepreneurship Development Center (EDC) on the 30the October 2022. The event was attended by members of JITO Apex dignitaries, directors and committee members represented by its Chairman, Mr. Sukhraj B Nahar, Chairman, Mr. Abhaya Sririmaland dignitaries from the KKG area.

Welcoming the gathering, Mr. Dinesh Bohra (President – JITO Bangalore Chapter) also shared that EDC’s vision will remain to help students navigate their careers and seek the support needed to turn their ideas into businesses and take them from business to business. “EDC will create an ecosystem to create future thought leaders. This will be achieved through a series of business training programs, networking opportunities and research-based consultations with leaders,” he said. added.

Mr. Deepakk Srisrimal, Chief Secretary, believes that “every stage of every business requires a different version of us with different skill sets and EDC is here to meet those needs effectively and efficiently.”

The first EDC unit, a space sponsored by the K2 Learning Group, is in the heart of the city, equipped with workstations, a meeting room with audiovisual facilities and space for conducting training sessions. “It is our privilege to be able to be part of this initiative with JITO which is committed to the upliftment of our student fraternity and their successful future.,“Mr. Sripal JainFounder of K2 Learning added.

Unveiling the plan for the first year of operations, Mr. Sripal Bachawat, Project Coordinator, assured that every effort will be made to provide step-by-step onboarding and facilitation to start-ups for successful launch and multi-pronged growth, helping to strengthen the country’s financial and economic growth.

About K2 Learning

K2 Learning, headquartered in bangalore, is a forward-looking organization focused on advancing students toward building an indestructible future for themselves and the nation in turn. K2 Learning ventures into multi-faceted educational solutions, including K12 student-focused career events, Educator Summit, and Career Counseling in addition to its CBSE Residential School for Upper Secondary Education

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JITO Bangalore Chapter inaugurates Entrepreneurship Development Center (EDC) – a launch pad for JITO start-ups https://shiawase-win.com/jito-bangalore-chapter-inaugurates-entrepreneurship-development-center-edc-a-launch-pad-for-jito-start-ups/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/jito-bangalore-chapter-inaugurates-entrepreneurship-development-center-edc-a-launch-pad-for-jito-start-ups/ Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], Nov 2 (ANI/PRNewswire): JITO, a global organization, is a group of Jain businessmen, industrialists, knowledge workers and professionals in various fields reflecting their glory of ethical business practices – aimed at achieve socio-economic empowerment, value-based education, community well-being, the practice of compassion, and the spiritual upliftment of other beings. In its continuous […]]]>

Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], Nov 2 (ANI/PRNewswire): JITO, a global organization, is a group of Jain businessmen, industrialists, knowledge workers and professionals in various fields reflecting their glory of ethical business practices – aimed at achieve socio-economic empowerment, value-based education, community well-being, the practice of compassion, and the spiritual upliftment of other beings. In its continuous efforts dedicated to achieving greater economic prosperity, JITO (Bangalore Chapter) has set new benchmarks with the inauguration of its first Entrepreneurship Development Center (EDC) on October 30, 2022. The he event was attended by members of JITO Apex Dignitaries, directors, and the committee members represented by its chairman Sukhraj B Nahar, chairman Abhaya Srisrimal and dignitaries from the KKG zone.

Welcoming the gathering, Dinesh Bohra (President – JITO Bangalore Chapter) also shared that EDC’s vision will remain to help students navigate their careers and seek the support needed to turn their ideas into businesses and take them from businesses to businesses. “EDC will create an ecosystem to create future thought leaders. This will be achieved through a series of business training programs, networking opportunities and research-based consultations with leaders,” he said. added. Deepakk Srisrimal, Chief Secretary, believes that “every stage of every business requires a different version of us with different skill sets and EDC is here to meet those needs effectively and efficiently.”

The first EDC unit, a space sponsored by the K2 Learning Group, is in the heart of the city, equipped with workstations, a meeting room with audiovisual facilities and space for conducting training sessions. “It is our privilege to be able to be part of this initiative with JITO which is committed to the upliftment of our student fraternity and their prosperous future,” added Sripal Jain, Founder of K2 Learning. Unveiling the plan for the first year of operations, Sripal Bachawat, Project Manager, assured that every effort will be made to ensure step-by-step onboarding and facilitation of start-ups for successful launch and growth at several components, thus helping to strengthen the country’s financial and economic growth.

K2 Learning, headquartered in Bangalore, is a forward-looking organization focused on advancing students towards building an unbreakable future for themselves and the nation in turn. K2 Learning ventures into multifaceted educational solutions, including K12 student-focused career events, Educator Summit, and Career Counseling in addition to its CBSE Residential School for Upper Secondary Education.

This story was provided by PRNewswire. ANI shall in no way be responsible for the content of this article. (ANI/PRNewswire)

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JITO Bangalore Chapter inaugurates Entrepreneurship Development Center (EDC) – a launchpad for JITO start-ups https://shiawase-win.com/jito-bangalore-chapter-inaugurates-entrepreneurship-development-center-edc-a-launchpad-for-jito-start-ups/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/jito-bangalore-chapter-inaugurates-entrepreneurship-development-center-edc-a-launchpad-for-jito-start-ups/ JITO, a global organization, is a group of Jain businessmen, industrialists, knowledge workers and professionals in various fields reflecting their glory of ethical business practices – aimed at achieving socio-economic empowerment, l values-based education, community well-being, the practice of compassion, and the spiritual uplifting of other beings. In its continuous efforts dedicated to achieving […]]]>

JITO, a global organization, is a group of Jain businessmen, industrialists, knowledge workers and professionals in various fields reflecting their glory of ethical business practices – aimed at achieving socio-economic empowerment, l values-based education, community well-being, the practice of compassion, and the spiritual uplifting of other beings.

In its continuous efforts dedicated to achieving greater economic prosperity, JITO (Bangalore Chapter) has set new benchmarks with the inauguration of its first Entrepreneurship Development Center (EDC) on October 30, 2022. The he event was attended by members of JITO Apex Dignitaries, Directors, and the committee members represented by its Chairman Mr. Sukhraj B Nahar, Chairman Mr. Abhaya Srisrimal and dignitaries from KKG Zone.

Welcoming the gathering, Mr. Dinesh Bohra (JITO Bangalore Chapter President) also shared that EDC’s vision will remain to help students navigate their careers and seek the support needed to turn their ideas into businesses and move them from business to business. ”EDC will build an ecosystem to create future thought leaders. This will be achieved through a series of business training programs, networking opportunities and research-based consultations with leaders,” he added.

Mr. Deepakk Srisrimal, Chief Secretary, believes that “every stage of every business requires a different version of us with different skill sets and EDC is here to meet those needs effectively and efficiently.” The first EDC unit, one sponsored by the K2 Learning Group, is located in the heart of the city, equipped with workstations, a boardroom with audiovisual equipment and space for conducting training sessions. “It is our privilege to be able to be part of this initiative with JITO which is committed to the upliftment of our student fraternity and their successful future,” added Mr. Sripal Jain, Founder of K2 Learning.

Unveiling the plan for the first year of operations, Mr. Sripal Bachawat, Project Coordinator, assured that every effort will be made to provide step-by-step onboarding and facilitation to start-ups for successful launch and multi-pronged growth, helping to strengthen the country’s financial and economic growth.

About K2 Learning K2 Learning, headquartered in Bangalore, is a forward-looking organization focused on advancing students towards building an unbreakable future for themselves and the nation. K2 Learning ventures into multi-faceted educational solutions, including K12 student-focused career events, Educator Summit, and Career Counseling in addition to its CBSE Residential School for Upper Secondary Education

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Entrepreneurship Development: Setting Your Standards (I) https://shiawase-win.com/entrepreneurship-development-setting-your-standards-i/ Mon, 31 Oct 2022 03:10:46 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/entrepreneurship-development-setting-your-standards-i/ IIn the past we have discussed issues such as self-management, relationship management, getting things done, etc. Putting all of this together should, over time, lead to the development of a personal lifestyle complete with the right personal and personal philosophies. discipline to do whatever you need to do. Your personal lifestyles are the results and […]]]>

IIn the past we have discussed issues such as self-management, relationship management, getting things done, etc. Putting all of this together should, over time, lead to the development of a personal lifestyle complete with the right personal and personal philosophies. discipline to do whatever you need to do. Your personal lifestyles are the results and a demonstration of the personal standards you have developed and set for yourself. Setting your standards in this sense is our topic today.

In “Adventures in Power, Book Two”, Chief Obafemi Awolowo told a story about himself and Prime Minister Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa.

On September 30, 1960, the eve of Nigeria’s independence, the Prime Minister, Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, invited Chief Obafemi Awolowo for a meeting at 7 p.m. Chief Awolowo drove from Ibadan and arrived at the Prime Minister’s official residence in Lagos at 6:55 p.m. Unfortunately, the Prime Minister was always busy with foreign dignitaries who had come for the independence celebrations and therefore could not be with Chief Awolowo immediately. The Prime Minister, through his private secretary, Mr. Odukale, regretted any inconvenience the delay may have caused. When Chief Awolowo inquired how long the delay might last, the secretary replied that he did not expect it to be up to an hour.

Chief Awolowo told the secretary: “…You will tell the Prime Minister that I am here at the time fixed by him. I came all the way from Ibadan. I certainly can’t wait and I won’t wait. If he still wants to meet me, he can contact me at Dr. Akanni Doherty’s by eight o’clock, or at the VIP nursing home in Ikeja anytime after eight-thirty. Chief Awolowo continued: “…Sir Abubakar phoned me around 9pm at Ikeja VIP rest house. He expressed his regret that he could not attend to me at the time he had appointed and offered to come to see me immediately at Ikeja. He came, and we talked…”

Chief Awolowo’s refusal to “wait” about an hour was neither disrespectful nor necessarily because he had another commitment. The important thing, which was the chef’s “message”, was basically that “no one can waste my time”. The leader had the right and the responsibility to protect himself how he could be “treated”, even by a prime minister. On the other hand, the prime minister showed some humility by visiting and apologizing to the leader later that evening when he finally got a window. Each of the two gentlemen did what was right and honorable under the circumstances. One had a standard for how to spend your time and the other had a standard for how to sincerely make amends.

Unfortunately, in our current environment, we break promises we have made to others without remorse on a daily basis and also accept disrespectful treatment from others. It is a statement of our low personal standards that we agree to wait at a wedding for five hours before the couple arrives. It is a demonstration of our low standards when we accept shoddy work from the contractor we have commissioned to do a job in our factory. Our low standards in all that we do and let others do to us are largely responsible for the many failures of our society. We can only do better by having higher standards of what we do and what we accept from others.

Whatever our vocation in life, we project what our personal standards are day and night through the quality of what we do and the quality of what we accept from others. The parent who speaks only the truth and who asks his child to speak only the truth sets a high moral standard for his life and that of his child. The entrepreneur who accepts poor quality raw materials from suppliers, higher rejection rates from the production team and delivers poor quality products to his customers sets low standards in his professional life and this does not It will only be a matter of time before the company goes bankrupt.

What is the “norm”? The Cambridge Dictionary’s definition of ‘standard’ is ‘a level of quality’ or ‘a moral rule which must be adhered to’. Our personal standards will therefore be a composition of the quality of what we say, how we say what we say, what we do, how we do what we do and what we ultimately deliver. to others. In addition, our personal standards also relate to the level of quality of anything we accept from others.

Why are standards prerequisite to our success? Sometimes the first time we meet someone, we either like or trust them, or we don’t like or trust them. Unbeknownst to us, loving and trusting them even when we really don’t have much to back up our position is probably tied to something about them. It could be the way they approached us, or the way they were dressed or the way they spoke, or just something that just resonated was in dissonance with us. The thing is, some things about them made us like, trust, dislike, or distrust them. The other side of the coin is that people can and will also make the same judgment about us. If we do the right thing, people would like us and trust us, creating opportunities for us. If we do the wrong thing, people may dislike or mistrust us, closing the door to opportunity. Therefore, continually developing ourselves, saying and doing the right things, and rejecting what is substandard and bad in others are all part of our personal standards and key to our successes in life.

Scope of our personal standards: There are literally no limits to what our standards should cover. This ranges from our appearance and hygiene, our way of speaking, our ability to listen to others, our authenticity, our integrity, our loyalty, the continuous development of our knowledge and skills, our willingness to help others, our work ethic, our level of commitment and diligence in what we do. , what we are willing to tolerate and accept from others, etc.

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JKEDI Director Inaugurates Entrepreneurship Development Program at Reasi & Budgam https://shiawase-win.com/jkedi-director-inaugurates-entrepreneurship-development-program-at-reasi-budgam/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/jkedi-director-inaugurates-entrepreneurship-development-program-at-reasi-budgam/ JKEDI Director Inaugurates Entrepreneurship Development Program at Reasi & Budgam Budgam, October 28 (KNN) A 10-day Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP) for women started in Reasi and Budgam districts on 27 October. The development program was inaugurated by the director of the Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI), Ajaz Ahmad Bhat. The main objective of […]]]>

JKEDI Director Inaugurates Entrepreneurship Development Program at Reasi & Budgam

Budgam, October 28 (KNN) A 10-day Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP) for women started in Reasi and Budgam districts on 27 October.

The development program was inaugurated by the director of the Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI), Ajaz Ahmad Bhat.

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The main objective of this program is to empower and encourage women to create income-generating units through manufacturing, service or commercial activities.

Candidates will undergo training focused on personal development, basic business skills, business and marketing plan formulation, account management, and industry-specific technical inputs.

During her speech, Bhat emphasized the need for inclusive growth through the empowerment of women and the inclusion of tribal, backward and frontier people in nation building.

Upon successful completion of the training program, these registered candidates will receive assistance in establishing or expanding an existing business.

Trained female applicants will also be facilitated to avail financial aid in the amount of Rs 5.00 lakh.

Through this initiative, women will be able to improve their socio-economic status and become more involved in nation building. (KNN Office)

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ComBank Conducts Entrepreneurship Development Program for VTA Students in Anuradhapura https://shiawase-win.com/combank-conducts-entrepreneurship-development-program-for-vta-students-in-anuradhapura/ Thu, 27 Oct 2022 15:20:00 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/combank-conducts-entrepreneurship-development-program-for-vta-students-in-anuradhapura/ * ComBank Conducts Entrepreneurship Development Program for VTA Students in Anuradhapura Thu, October 27, 2022, 8:50 p.m. SL time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka. 27 October, Colombo: A group of 125 students following various vocational training courses in Anuradhapura, recently benefited from an entrepreneurship development program run by the Commercial Bank […]]]>

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Thu, October 27, 2022, 8:50 p.m. SL time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.



27 October, Colombo: A group of 125 students following various vocational training courses in Anuradhapura, recently benefited from an entrepreneurship development program run by the Commercial Bank of Ceylon, under the banner of its sustainable development initiatives of Dirishakthi entrepreneurship.

The Bank organized this event in collaboration with the Vocational Training Authority (VTA) of Anuradhapura to impart knowledge on financial literacy and business development to students taking training courses in air conditioner repair, baking, beauty culture , computer hardware, electrical engineering, shoe design, landscaping, auto mechanics and other subjects.

Designed to improve entrepreneurial skills and commercialization of skills acquired by students for the benefit of the rural economy, this recent initiative was managed by the Commercial Bank’s Development Credit Department (DCD) and its Agriculture Unit and Microfinance (AMFU) in the region and was supported by the Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL).

A seasoned speaker on financial management and business development, Mr. Duminda Dissanayaka, who is also the Director of the Central Bank’s Anuradhapura Regional Office, was invited as a resource person at this event.

Commercial Bank Regional Manager – North Central Province Mr. Michael De Silva, Nochchiyagama Branch Manager Mr. Venura Dhanapala and Vocational Training Authority Program Manager Mr. Chaminda Priyankara Wijayadasa, were also present at the program, alongside Bank officials.

In 2022, the Bank’s Dirishakthi Sustainable Entrepreneurship Development Program benefited over 250 women entrepreneurs in Wasgamuwa and Ratnapura.

Commercial Bank has been conducting outreach programs for micro-entrepreneurs in different business sectors in many parts of the country for 11 years and has helped over 11,000 entrepreneurs so far through this series.

These programs are supported by the Bank’s 19 Agriculture & Micro Finance units which play a key role in helping the Bank identify the specific needs of entrepreneurs who need help to develop their agricultural activities or micro-enterprises. These units are dedicated to the promotion of agricultural credit and micro-finance.

Agriculture and Micro Finance Units (AMFU) of the Commercial Bank are located in Ratnapura, Narammala, Nawalapitiya, Marawila, Anuradhapura, Kilinochchi, Bandarawela, Wellawaya, Hingurakgoda, Galewela, Achchuveli, Vavuniya, Chenkalady, Deniyaya, Tissamaharama, Udugama, Pottuvil, Elpitiya and Akkaraipattu.

The first 100% carbon neutral bank in Sri Lanka, the first Sri Lankan bank to be listed among the world’s top 1000 banks and the only Sri Lankan bank to be so listed for 12 consecutive years, Commercial Bank operates a network of 268 branches and 940 automated machines in Sri Lanka. Commercial Bank is a leader in digital innovation in the country’s banking industry. The Bank’s overseas operations include Bangladesh, where the Bank operates 19 outlets; Myanmar, where he owns a microfinance company in Nay Pyi Taw; and the Maldives, where the Bank has a fully-fledged Tier I bank with majority ownership.

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10-Day Entrepreneurship Development Program Inaugurated by JKEDI Manager at Reasi & Budgam https://shiawase-win.com/10-day-entrepreneurship-development-program-inaugurated-by-jkedi-manager-at-reasi-budgam/ Thu, 27 Oct 2022 10:35:57 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/10-day-entrepreneurship-development-program-inaugurated-by-jkedi-manager-at-reasi-budgam/ 10-Day Entrepreneurship Development Program Inaugurated by JKEDI Manager at Reasi & Budgam Post by RK Online Desk on Thursday, October 27, 2022 Director of the Entrepreneurship Development Institute of Jammu and Kashmir, Ajaz Ahmad Bhat (IAS), on Thursday inaugurated a 10-day online Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP) at the district center of JKEDI, Reasi. He also […]]]>

10-Day Entrepreneurship Development Program Inaugurated by JKEDI Manager at Reasi & Budgam

Post by RK Online Desk on Thursday, October 27, 2022

Director of the Entrepreneurship Development Institute of Jammu and Kashmir, Ajaz Ahmad Bhat (IAS), on Thursday inaugurated a 10-day online Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP) at the district center of JKEDI, Reasi.

He also interacted with participants in another program run at the district nodal office, Budgam

The program is a special initiative of Mission Youth, Government of Jammu and Kashmir. It aims to provide financial assistance to young women to set up paid self-employment activities suited to their skills, training, abilities and local conditions. It will empower and encourage women to establish income-generating units through manufacturing, service or trade activities.

Candidates will undergo a 10-day training program focusing on personal development, basic business skills, formulation of business and marketing plans, account management, industry-specific technical inputs and will be briefed on all formalities related to the creation of a business. . The objective of the program is to help the candidates to be autonomous and to facilitate their capacity building.

JKEDI Director Ajaz Ahmad Bhat emphasized the need for inclusive growth through the empowerment of women and the inclusion of tribal, backward and frontier populations in nation building, as envisioned by the Honorable Lieutenant Governor of UT of J&K, Manoj Sinha.

Upon successful completion of the training program, these registered candidates will receive assistance in establishing or expanding an existing business. The project report will also contain provisions for the acquisition of fixed assets (plant and machinery, equipment, furniture and fixtures) to meet working capital requirements for the purchase of various products, equipment and tools.

Trained female applicants will also be facilitated to avail financial aid in the amount of Rs 5.00 lakh. Through this initiative, women will be able to improve their socio-economic status and become more involved in nation building.

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