SRINAGAR: A batch of 50 aspiring entrepreneurs passed out from Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI) after completing the three-week Entrepreneurship Development Programme.
The candidates were trained at institute’s Jammu campus and are all set to start their business ventures, JJKEDI said in a press statement issued here Tuesday.
“They were exposed to a comprehensive three-week training course to start a profitable business,” it added.
It said, “A special feature of incubation was also included wherein they were exposed to real life business scenario.” The valediction ceremony was presided over by Director JKEDI Dr M I Parray, it said.
During his one on one interaction with the trainees, the director reiterated “the commitment of the institute towards helping the youth of the state,” it added.