JKEDI asked to increase training activities
Jammu, Feb 9: Chief Secretary, Madhav Lal today stressed the need for increasing training activities by Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI), saying the Institute has an important role to play in this direction. The CS asked the Institute to prepare round the year training calendar and involve NGOs and other institutions to extend reach of its training programmes across the State.
The CS also asked the JKEDI to develop liaison with prospective entrepreneurs, line departments and banking institutions.
Chairing the 15th meeting of the Governing Body of JKEDI, the CS said in order to boost MSME and encourage educated youth to venture into various economic activities, capacity building through trainings is necessary, an official statement said.
“Training and financial support enables the youth, either to start their own ventures or acquire the required skills to increase their employability and get absorbed in different fields”, he added.
He also pinpointed the role of J&K Bank in providing required finance to establish MSME ventures.
Director JKEDI, Dr M I Parray stated in the meeting that the institute organized 40 entrepreneurship awareness, 75 entrepreneurship development and 18 entrepreneurship orientation program during the current financial year till January 2012.
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