Prospective entrepreneurs should not seek ideas for proposals and instead convert their ideas into viable projects, said APITCO managing director V. Ramchander.
He was addressing the students at the workshop on “Entrepreneurship: Personality Development for Success in Life” organised by the Alluri Institute of Managements Sciences (AIMS) and University Arts College. Entrepreneurs, he said, besides striving for their progress and earning profits, also contribute to the society by providing employment to others.
KU Vice-Chancellor B. Venkat Rathnam, who was the chief guest at the inaugural function, urged the students not to wait for employment opportunities and instead to explore the chances of setting up own enterprises. He appreciated the efforts of institute and its director Banda Prakash for collaborating with the University Arts and Science College and organising the workshop.
Arts College principal M. Rajagopalachary presided over the function while registrar K. Sayulu and others were also present.
Later, D. Muralidhar, personality development trainer, N. Bapiraju, deputy manager, APSFC, and Gangadhar, industrial promotion officer, District Industries Centre, took sessions dealing with the various aspects need to be practiced by prospective entrepreneurs to succeed. More than 200 students from various colleges participated.
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KU V-C B. Venkat Rathnam urges students to set up own enterprises