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Entrepreneurs Development Programme at Rangaloo

Entrepreneurs Development Programme (EDP) of KVIC is organized by Gram Vikas Parishad (GVP) a state level Non- Govt. Organization of Nagaon District held at Rangaloo during 21st February to 5th March’2011. Selected 20 nos. entrepreneurs has got the training programme by the resource persons from the District Industries & Commerce Centre, Nagaon and others from Bank, financial institutions etc. Mr Kamal Hazarika , functional manager Ranjan Bora, Assistant Manager, Prabhat Phukan, Gautam Saikia, Mahibur Rahman, extension Officer of DI&CC, Nagaon and Mr Sibananda Kakoti ,Branch Manager, SBI Khutikatia, Sujata Jaiswal, Accountant and Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa, Programme Coordinator were attended the programme as a resource person. They delivered lecture on various related topics on entrepreneurial Development such as characteristic of Entrepreneurs, procedure of bank Loan, various Schemes of KVIC, DI&CC, Maintenance of Books of accounts , Project Formulation, establishment of a enterprise etc. In the closing function of the programme presided by Abdul Mannaf, President of Parishad and other resource persons presence distributed certificate of honour to the trainees. Intellectual People of Nagaon District appreciated such type of employment-oriented programme of Parishad & KVIC.

Sirajuddin Ahmed
General secratary
Gram Vikas Parishad,Nagaon

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