Entrepreneurship development programme at the varsity

Published - October 04, 2010 07:27 pm IST - THANJAVUR:

Periyar Technology Business Incubator (Periyar TBI) at Periyar Maniammai University here will offer Entrepreneurial and Skill Development Programmes in various fields from October to December to aspiring women, youth and graduates of any specialisation in nine batches.

Periyar TBI, being a partner institution of National Institute for Micro, Small and Medium Entrepreneurship (NI-MSME), the apex training institution of the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MoMSME), it has been selected to offer the Entrepreneurial and Skill Development Programmes for this region. While NI-MSME provides training curriculum, training material and capacity building support, the partner institutions take care of the rest.

These programmes are tailored to suit every aspirant, said a University press release issued here on Monday. Two hundred hours intensive training programme will make them learn everything about starting an enterprise, managing it successfully and converting it into a successful business. NI-MSME and Periyar TBI will jointly issue certificates.

Advantages of attending the training include post training support through business plan development, incubation facilities and continuous mentoring and monitoring for two or three years until the unit become self operational, said the press release. All eligible candidates will be registered through Rajiv Gandhi Udyami Mitra scheme and all services required to set up the units will be provided.

Aspirants can approach Periyar TBI on phone number 04362-264520 or 9345104264

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