Today, governments worldwide recognize the importance of SMEs and their contribution to economic growth, social cohesion, employment and local development.
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No one has doubt that even a small business, or for that matter any business, can indeed invent the future by staying true to their own vision with the customer in mind. Established in 1983, NIESBUD – The National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development and presently under the Ministry of Micro, Small Medium Enterprises – MSME, Government of India, is an apex body for coordinating and overseeing the activities of various institutions / agencies engaged in Entrepreneurship Development particularly in the area of small industry and small business. NIESBUD mission is to Promote, Support and Sustain Entrepreneurship and Small Business through Training, Education, Research, Consultancy and other interventions throughout the Globe.
Located in Pilani which is in the heart of the Shekhawati Region of Rajasthan, Shridhar University has been partnering with NIESBUD for conducting for conducting various training programs. In March 2011, the University conducted Social inclusion training programs in Mobile Repairing, DTP etc for scheduled caste candidates in and around Pilani. Presently a Housekeeping Hospitality Training Program which was inaugurated on 10 February 2012 is in progress.
On 27 Feb 2012, another set of training programmes covering the areas of welding, draftsmanship and electrical gadget repair was inaugurated in the Lecture Theatre of Shridhar University. SDM Chirawa Mr Narayan Singh Seshma who was to inaugurate the program as Chief Guest could not make it due to last minute exigencies. Prof Natarajan Pro Vice Chancellor welcomed the participants as well as trainers and gave an overview of the importance of SMEs and the stellar role played by NIESBUD in promoting entrepreneurial culture especially among rural youth. The e lighting of the ceremonial lamp was appreciated by one all present.
The inaugural ceremony concluded with Prof Natarajan reiterating the statement “To be top ranking in the global arena, what India today needs is a breed of successful entrepreneurs who can invent the future by providing novel solutions to address the many large issues that communities across the nation strive to cope with.”
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