Budding Entrepreneurs of Solan learnt Business Management Skills

Solan: H.P. Centre for Entrepreneurship Development (HPCED) is a society under the aegis of Himachal Pradesh Government’s Industries Department that works with a sole objective of developing entrepreneurial skills of budding entrepreneurs in Himachal Pradesh. It keeps on organising Entrepreneurship Development Programmes (EDP) round the year, in different parts of Himachal Pradesh with support of Khadi and Village Industries Commission.

Currently, the HPCED is conducting a 10-days EDP at District Industries Centre (DIC) at Chambagahtin Solan for budding entrepreneurs hailing from various towns and villages of district Solan.

On Saturday 02 March 2013, Uday Mittal – an Assistant Professor of Management at Bahra University educated participating entrepreneurs about the benefits of professional designing and packaging in business. While conducting an interactive session he also trained the participants for effectively utilising the Risk Taking Behaviours in business. Bahra University is providing its full support to H.P. Government’s efforts in self-employment generation, by supporting HPCED in EDPs being conducted in various parts of Himachal Pradesh.

One of the key participants in EDP, Shiv Kumar from Solan-Brewry appreciated the efforts of Mr Devi Chand Bhatti – the Coordinator of the Programme for organising this EDP which has benefitted many budding entrepreneurs of district Solan. Shiv Kumar is a member of Pradesh Congress Committee.

Another key participant Ms Vinti Mukul from Darlgaht, who is working for welfare of rural women by providing computer education to women in rural areas under the banner of Baghat Shiksha Samiti praised Bahra University for its contribution in developing entrepreneurial skills of people of Himachal Pradesh. She is also the secretary of district Solan BJP.

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