Three Day workshop organised by Entrepreneur Cell
The Entrepreneur Cell of St. Thomas College Bhilai ‘under the aegis of CITCON organised a Three day workshop with an objective to develop Entrepreneurship Skills among the students of the college.
Er. P.K. Nimonkar, state head of (CITCON) and Professor Anil Kalele Associate Faculty and Mr. Prakash Markale Ex. Deputy Manager of CITCON were the Resource Person Other dignitaries present were Administrator of the College Rt. Rev.Fr. George Mathew Ramban, Principal Dr. M. G. Roymon, The august gathering was welcomed by the Principal of the college. Speaking on the occasion he said that such workshops provide ample opportunity for the students to choose between job and self independence through startup business. In his Presidential address Administrator of the college, Rt. Rev.Fr. George Mathew Ramban appreciated the efforts of the cell and hoped that the workshop will provide a road map for the students who wish to go for start up business.
The spokesperson for the first session was Er. P.K. Nimonkar, state head of (CITCON) .He highlighted on the importance of communication in today’s scenario. He threw light on the positive aspects of good communication and how it can inspire people to plan and promote business.The second session was conducted by Professor Anil Kalele, who elaborated on the topic “Effective communication skills and steps of Entrepreneurship”. He spoke about the relevance of appropriate attitude and behaviour for becoming a successful businessman. Mr. Kalele emphasised on the topic through various anecdotes. Mr. Suprabhat Sheel, Associate Prof.,CITCON spoke about the importance of entrepreneurial motivation which is vital step in transforming an ordinary person into a good businessman .
The program was conducted by Prateek Sharma (Dept of Commerce) and vote of thanks was proposed by Dr. Sunita Kshatriya (Dept of Commerce) .Dr .Aparna Ghosh, (Dept. Of Economics),member of the Entrepreneur cell of the college also extended co-operation for the smooth conduct of the three day workshop.