KU Business School holds student-entrepreneur interface
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 2: The Business School of Kashmir University today organized an ‘industry interface’ to focus on entrepreneurship development in J&K.
Prof A R Yosuf, Dean, Academic Affairs, who was the chief guest on the occasion, said such programmes help students develop their skill and excel in their chosen fields.
Prof. Shabir A. Bhat, Director, The Business School, stressed the need for the entrepreneurs to learn how to capitalize on opportunities existing in the market.
“Moments of crisis have historically served as a powerful tool and impetus for innovation and creativity. The entrepreneurs who thrive in the face of difficult situations or adversity are a different breed than those who grow and flourish in unlimited resources,” he added.
Prof Bhat said: “We have a brilliant talent pool possessing capabilities and competencies to excel in any field.”
He encouraged the students to take up entrepreneurship for the progress and prosperity of J&K.
Asif Burza, Chairman-Kashmir Zone, CII, who was present on the occasion, assured all possible support from the CII to groom the budding entrepreneurs of the Valley.
Dr. Rahul Mirchandani, Executive Director, Aries Agro Limited, urged the students to pursue their dreams with dedication and sincerity. “You (students) should develop your skills to spot the right opportunities and grab them,” he said، while highlighting various programmes the CII has initiated for the youth.
At the end of the programme students’ questions were answered by the guests and experts. The programme was also attended by Khurshid A Dar, Head CII Kashmir and Saleem Ahmad, Head, YI, Kashmir.
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