The Placement & Counselling Cell and the Department of Management, North-Eastern Hill University, Tura Campus, Meghalaya as a part of its outreach programme is organizing five (5) Entrepreneurship Awareness Programme/Camps (EAPs). About 60 participants from the state of Meghalaya preferably having S&T background i.e. Science & Technology graduate/diploma holders, students of diploma/degree in Engineering Colleges/ Diploma in ITI/Polytechnic etc are invited to participate in the EAPs.
Entrepreneurship Awareness Programme/Camp (EAPs) aims at motivating budding students for having entrepreneurial mindset with skills and knowledge that may be essential for inculcating entrepreneurial values in students and guide and monitor their progress towards entrepreneurial career.
Participants preferably should have S&T background i.e. Science & Technology graduate/diploma holders, students of diploma/degree in Engineering Colleges/ Diploma in ITI/Polytechnic etc. Altogether 60 participants will be accommodated on first come first serve basis with valid identitycards of their respective institutions. Participants are asked to avail requisite permission from their departments/institution for attending the programme.
Interested applicants may participate in any/or more of the EAPs as per the dates mentioned below:
Confirmation for participation may be given in advance or may walk-in to join in any or more of the EAPs.
There is no registration fee for attending the programme.
No TA/DA will be provided for attending the programme.
Dr. Abhigyan Bhattacharjee (Co-ordinator)
Associate Professor, Department of Management
& Co-ordinator, Placement & Counselling Cell
North-Eastern Hill University
Tura Campus, Meghalaya
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