“Strive to Be a Job giver than a Job Seeker”, says Asst. Prof. Bishnubrat Hazarika
March 14, 2019
14 March 2019: Assam Rajiv Gandhi University of Cooperative Management (ARGUCOM) Sivasagar, organised One Day Workshop on Entrepreneurship in collaboration with Don Bosco College, Golaghat. The Program was sponsored by Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL), Golaghat. Asst. Prof Bishnubrat Hazarika, Asst. Prof Hemanta Chutia and Asst. Prof Subhasish Borpujari were the resource persons of the workshop.
Asst. Prof Anjan Bharali, of the Department of Commerce and animator of the Entrepreneur Club, introduced and welcomed the dignitaries and the resource persons of the day.
Asst. Prof. Bishnubrat Hazarika spoke about the various opportunities for Entrepreneurship development in the region. He invited to create a mentality of job giver than Job Seeker.
Asst. Prof Hemanta Chutia imparted information on the various products which can be easily manufactured locally and explained how to go about it. He gave a brief description about the processes of making and marketing of green tea, tea, king Chilli, Bamboo shoot, Mushrooms cultivation etc.
Asst. Prof. Subhasish Borpujari explained about the source of getting funds from various financial institutions like Axis Bank, Micro, Small and Medium enterprises (MSME), North Eastern Development Finance Corporation (NEDFI). They offered their experience and handholding to make the process a successful one.
Students also interacted with the resource persons and clarified their doubts. The program ended at 2.45 pm. The University provided certificates and refreshments for the participants.
Asst. Prof. Mousmi Gogoi of the Department of Commerce and Mentor, Entrepreneur Club delivered the vote of thanks. Dr. Jose Palely, Principal thanked the resource persons and ARGUCOM for extending their support in creating a spirit of entrepreneurship in the campus, and looked forward to the visit of the Vice Chancellor to the college to further the collaborative efforts to a greater level.
Report Prepared by: Roshan Kandulna, Department of Commerce and member of Entrepreneur Club