J&K Bank concludes training programme of 89th PMEGP batch in Ganderbal
Ganderbal: J&K Bank RSETI Ganderbal, Tuesday concluded its 10 days’ entrepreneurship Development programme for young aspiring entrepreneurs of District Ganderbal.
J&K Bank Zonal Head Central II, Syed Rais Maqbool was the Chief Guest on the occasion, which was also attended by Cluster Head Ganderbal, Farhat Abbass, Director RSETl Ganderbal M H Hamdani , Lead District Manager Ganderbal, Farooq Ahmad Wani, District Officer KVIC Riyaz Ahmad and other senior officers of the bank.
Notably, the batch comprised of 30 candidates hailing from various locations of the District like Gagangeer, wangat, kangan, chattergul and Main ganderbal.
On The occasion, The Chief Guest said, “entrepreneurs need proper training to take advantage of their strengths and translate their dreams into real success and in that direction RSETIs across the state are proving extremely supportive to such entrepreneurs”. He further added that “the Bank is always ready to walk an extra mile in helping the youth in self employment endeavors as it is well aware of the fact that unemployed youth need support in the form of trainings and credit linkage programmes.”
Director RSETI Ganderbal elaborated upon the role RSETIs play in entrepreneurship development. He also divulged the details of the training programmes being run at RSETI and emphasized the need to take full advantage of such training programmes.He urged the candidates to work with zeal in establishing their units and become handy contributors in the society.
Earlier, Cluster Head Ganderbal Farhat Abbass congratulated the candidates for successful completion of the training. He hoped that the training imparted through RSETI shall prove a turning point in the business ventures of the candidates.
It is pertinent to mention that this was the 89th batch in the District Ganderbal getting training at the RSETI for availing the credit facility through banks.
The function concluded with the distribution of certificates among the trainees at the hands of the Chief Guest.