Expert Webinar on Innovation organized at CT University

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Chandigarh

27 May 2020

DIVYA AZAD

Institution Innovation Council, MHRD, CT University under Priority Monitoring and Evaluation Cell , CT University organized an expert webinar on “Boat of Innovation can sail in Turbulent Economy- Post Covid” at CT University, Ludhiana, Punjab on 27th May, 2020. Mr Karun Kashmiri, Executive Member CMA and Ex Joint Secretary Baddi, Barotiwala, Nalagarh Industries Association was the resource person in the webinar. Students, faculty from CT University and delegates from reputed organizations and institutions participated in this webinar. Mr Ati Priye, Deputy Director, EDC and Dr Rajiv Sharma, Deputy Director, PME Cell and President IIC, MHRD, CT University heartily welcomed the expert.

Mr Karun Kashmiri has beautifully explained how an Entrepreneur can make an innovation a key business process as a success. He gave the advice on planning for innovation and creating the right business ideation to develop your ideas. Innovation is a facilitator of entrepreneurship and a way of empowering people to take charge of their lives and economic prosperity. At the same time, entrepreneurship is the answer to innovation both at individual business-level. It also stimulates general business sector growth of a nation.

He focused on the innovative ideas that may help the entrepreneurs to achieve success. He gave many new ideas which can be helpful for the budding entrepreneurs and help them to increase productivity, growth and profitability in the business. Dr Kavita Sharma, Vice President, IIC MHRD and Head of School of Management Studies CT University gave vote of thanks to the expert as well as to all the participants of the webinar. She said that these kind of awareness and valuable sessions will be planned in future also in order to bring the spirit of creativity,

innovation and entrepreneurship among the incubates and students who are budding entrepreneurs.

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