Experts held discussion on entrepreneur skills and development for African students
Ludhiana, November 23, 2018: A two day Indian African Partnership Summit got concluded at CT University (CTU) where African students gathered and were addressed by All India Management Association (AIMA) members for various career and employment opportunities in Africa. The theme of the summit was “Don’t Hunt for the job- be your own boss”. It was organised with the support of Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India.
On the second day, the students were taken for Industrial visit to Kandhari Beverages Pvt. Ltd. Village Nabipur, Fathegarh Sahib, Punjab and Vardhman Special Steels Ltd, Hero Majestic Road, Ludhiana, Punjab and thereafter were judged on their submission of Business Ideas as a project of the two day summit.
Judged by Dr JS Junjea, Chairman AIMA, announced the winners Peter MphatjoGundwe as first, Paul Zulu as 2nd, Ella Hamwaka as third and Shalom Mokiwa stood fourth. Winners were awarded with tablets.
Dr. JS Juneja, while congratulating the winners said that he was impressed with the spark of bringing out ideas is great in students. He motivated every student to cultivate best in themselves and they must work hard.
Vice Chancellor, Dr Harsh Sadawarti while congratulating the winners and praising the business idea of each student said that he feels great to be a part of such summit where every student not only was listening to the experts but was actively participating.
The present dignitaries were Dr Raj Agarwal, Director, AIMA; Ahsanul Haq, President JMA; CTU Chancellor Charanjit Singh Channi and staff of CT University.