JAMMU: The Jammu & Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute’s Centre for Women Entrepreneurship (CWE), Jammu held a valediction ceremony after a fresh batch of aspiring women entrepreneurs completed their 3-week training program here on Monday.
32 aspiring women entrepreneurs were trained successfully during the Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP) conducted at Dogra Chowk, Exhibition Ground, Jammu Haat, under the Seed Capital Fund Scheme (SCFS) and Youth Startup Loan Scheme (YSLS) in Services, Manufacturing and Agri-Allied sectors, an official handout read.
During the valediction ceremony Director JKEDI Dr M I Parray interacted with the participants and received their feedback regarding the training program. He also assured the trained aspiring female entrepreneurs that their cases would draw his special attention. He instructed the staff present on the occasion to “facilitate the timely sanction of their cases”.
Speaking on the occasion Dr Parray appreciated the role of JKEDI – Centre for Women Entrepreneurship and called upon youth to “take proper advantage of various entrepreneurship development schemes being implemented by the institute”.
The three week EDP was aimed at providing lessons on skill development as well as business-cum-sector specific, and self-development training to the participants. Expert lectures, market surveys and field visits were also arranged for these candidates so that they could get the exposure to the realistic business environment, the handout added.