Brainstorming Session On Entrepreneurship Development Held At Bodoland University


KOKRAJHAR, SEP 14: A one-day brainstorming session was held at Bodoland University complex in Kokrajhar today on strategy augmentation for sustainable interpreneurship development held at Bodoland University in Kokrajhar.

The session discussed on the Agriculture, Skill development and other allied areas to create an awareness on the self reliable and sustainable environment among the society.

Nearly 40 participants from different institutions including Bodoland University,  Bineswar Brahma Engineering College, ITI different colleges participated the session.

The session was organised by Skill, Employment & Entrepreneurship Department (SEED) of Bodoland Territorial Region and Bodoland University to create awareness on self employment opportunity generation building for creating livelihood earnings in the region.

BTR CEM Pramod Boro inaugurated the session which has emphasised towards the potential strategy augmentation across the region.

Boro said that the BTR administration has been stepping up with properly establishment of augmentation for sustainable enterprenurship development in Agriculture, Skill development in the region.

He has urged citizens to be involved in the skill development building up environment among the society to create self reliable resources.

He said that young generations must come forward towards building innovative ideas with creativity attitudes.

BTR executive member for SEED department Wilson Hasda told that the brainstorming session was orgaanized to make self reliable and trustworthy on livelihood earnings among the citizens.

He said that there is huge potentialities of bringing healthy livelihood earnings in Bodoland Territorial Region districts and accordingly citizens must take innovative ideas and strategies towards bringing healthy self reliable resources.

Among others, Vice Chancellor of Bodoland University, Prof Laishram Ladudingh, BTC executive member Ghanashyam Das, Bineswar Brahma Engineering College principal Dr Kamal Kumar Brahma were prominent attendees in the event