Industrial orientation workshop organized at Mangalayatan University Aligarh. This workshop was aimed to encourage entrepreneurship spirit in students and make them aware about government scheme like Prime Minister Employment Generation Scheme and Chief Minister Youth Self-Employment Scheme. By leveraging these self-employment schemes, students can get business loan up to 50 lakhs and commence their entrepreneurship journey.
On this Industrial Orientation Workshop, eminent dignitaries of the University including Vice Chancellor Prof. PK Dashora and Professor. KVSM Krishna were present. In addition, eminent dignitaries of the state including Former Director General of Police, Pramod Kumar Tiwari; Chief Development Officer, Ankit Khandelwal; and Joint Commissioner of Industries, Virendra Kumar participate in the workshop.
Former Director General of Police, Pramod Kumar Tiwari attended the workshop as a Chief Guest where he shed light on importance of startup for the country and encouraged students to become employment creator. In addition, he also said that youth should not involve in the rat race of government examination, rather they should think out-of-the-box to make career as a successful entrepreneur.
The Vice Chancellor of the University Prof. P.K Dashora and Professor KVSM Krishna also addressed the workshop where they highlighted on entrepreneurship opportunity in the era of digitization. Rajesh Panchasara, Program Coordinator cum Administrative Officer Gopal Rajput and Prof. Siddharth Jain coordinated the workshop. At closure of workshop, the guests were honored by raising shawls and giving them symbols. Rajesh Panchasara expressed gratitude to all.
On this occasion Prof. Ullas Gurudas, Dr. Kumudni Pawar, Dr. Rekha Rani, T.S Rajput, Sukhpal Singh, Shishupal Singh, Gulshan Bansal, Mohit Agarwal, Sachin, Kumkum, Gyanendra Jadaun, Abdul Kalam, Shagun, Gauri, Tanu, Jhanvi, Pallavi, Dayashankar, Vaishnaviwere present. Upon completion of the workshop, the guest and the Vice-Chancellor visited the art gallery of the DVPA department, Goumti Kala Kunj where guest appreciated the academic infrastructure of the University.