October 17, 2011 admin

“Entrepreneurship Sensitization Day” organized by CMA & Aryans Group of Colleges

Chandigarh – Chandigarh Management Association (CMA) in association with Aryans Group of Colleges (AGC) today organized "Entrepreneurship Sensitization Day" at PHD Chamber, Chandigarh. Sh. Naval Gupta, Chief Regional Manager, Indian Overseas Bank (IOB) was the chief guest while Dr. Anshu Kataria (Chairman, Aryans Group & President, CMA) presided over the event. Top seven organizations including Aryans, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Chandigarh Management Association (CMA), PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI), The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE), Punjab Technical University (PTU), Indian Overseas Bank (IOB) join hands today to promote entrepreneurship among the students of tricity.
Many eminent speakers/entrepreneurs/industrialist including Mr. Vikram Hans, Chairman, CII; Mr. Dalip Sharma, Regional Director, PHD Chamber; Sh. J. N. Vohra (CMA); Mr. Anuj Aggarwal (TiE) enlighten the students on the Entrepreneurship & motivated students to become job providers instead of job-seekers.
Nearly 400 students of MBA, B.Tech,BBA,BCA of Aryans Group, 20 students made presentations of their business plans who intend to become entrepreneur. The officials of Bank appreciated the ideas of students and suggested them to make detailed business proposals for obtaining financial assistance. Out of the students who made the presentations Gurharinder Singh(MBA 1st ) & Pankaj (MBA 3rd )were adjudged the winners of 1st and 2nd awards for their business ideas.
While addressing the students, Mr. Naval Gupta said that there are various schemes offered by the banks in India especially meant to aid young entrepreneurs. He also provided the information regarding small and medium industry finance and detail about the education loan. The education system should focus on making students job providers instead of job-seekers, he further added.
Mr. Vikram Hans said that boasting of 100 per cent campus placements is not enough. Professional colleges should come out with concrete plans to build entrepreneurship qualities in students. Further Mr. Dalip Sharma emphasized the need of lifting Indian economy by making the young generation independent and self sufficient in this era of global meltdown.
Mr. J. N. Vohra said that business/management games help the students to learn various skills required to be successful entrepreneurs. Mr. Anuj Aggarwal added that there is great need of sensitizing the Indian population on management education and how it can help the youth to start up their own businesses.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Anshu Kataria said that In order to develop and groom the potential of first generation entrepreneurs we are organizing this event 5th time. Every year our students give their business ideas & get guidance from renowned personalities from different sectors, Dr.Kataria further added. Prof. D. C. Kataria (Vice Chairman); Dr. Parveen Kataria (Director General); Dr. K.K. Mangla (Director); Mr. H K Saini, Mr. Bhupinder Manchanda also spoke on the occasion.

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