Srinagar: Sher-e-Kashmir College of Agricultural Sciences and Expertise, Kashmir (SKUAST-Okay) held a four-day on-line workshop on innovation and entrepreneurship. “About 75 college students, students and school members participated within the on-line workshop, ‘Innovation & Entrepreneurship: Spurring Seeds to Agripreneurship’ organized by the SKUASTK’s Innovation & Entrepreneurship Cell underneath the ICAR-World Financial institution-funded Nationwide Agricultural Greater Training Mission (NAHEP),” the assertion issued on Saturday mentioned. The workshop aimed to supply a possibility for undergraduate and postgraduate college students to debate and discover numerous alternatives and vistas of innovation and entrepreneurship in agriculture and its allied sectors, it mentioned.
“Banking sector consultants, JKEDI officers, agripreneurs, agriculture policymakers and agribusiness consultants from numerous elements of the nation and overseas held numerous classes on profitable entrepreneurial fashions, digital rural advertising, state and central authorities startup schemes, innovation fashions and so on in the course of the four-day workshop,” it mentioned. Dr Pragathi Gokhale, Director MGIRI, Maharashtra, apprised the scholars about cell apps for rural agripreneurship. Qamar Javaid, DGM NABARD for J&Okay, talked concerning the numerous agripreneurship schemes and insurance policies obtainable to college students by means of NABARD. Satyajit Kumar of Mark Agri-Genetics, Mumbai spoke about institutionalizing agriculture by means of entrepreneurship. Prabuddh Mishra, CEO Vanproz; Akthar Ahmad, Assistant School, JKEDI and Rajpal Singh Gandhi, CMD, GVS Biotech held classes on agripreneurship. Director, Planning and Monitoring, SKUAST-Okay and PI NAHEP, Prof Nazir Ahmad Ganai chaired the plenary session wherein participant suggestions and suggestion have been mentioned.