Entrepreneurship Workshop Held At KU

SRINAGAR —The University of Kashmir and Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI) jointly organised a day long  workshop-cum-boot camp for idea pitching at University campus on Monday. 

A number of students, entrepreneurs and innovators from various parts of  Valley participated in the event.

The objective of workshop-cum-boot camp was to scout  for innovative business ideas from students, innovators and entrepreneurs so that “the ideas could be incubated as startups and awarded under startup initiative of the state of J&K.”

The workshop was attended by faculty members, students and officers of the University as well as “innovators, entrepreneurs and faculty members of other Valley based institutions and organizations.” 

KU Vice-Chancellor Prof. Talat Ahmad presided over the inaugural function of the workshop while Dean Academic Affairs KU Prof. M. A. Sahaf was the guest of honor. 

An Innovation Exhibition of many innovative technologies developed by local youth, organized in the lawns of Gandhi Bhavan, KU was a special event at the occasion. The Vice Chancellor and other dignitaries and delegates later visited the Innovation Exhibition. The Exhibition was a great source of inspiration for the students and entrepreneurs.

Prof. Iqbal Ahmad Hakeem of Business School, University of Kashmir, presented the vote of thanks. 

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