GDC Hyderpora holds seminar on Entrepreneurship Scenario in J&K
SRINAGAR: A day-long seminar on “Entrepreneurship Scenario in J&K: Opportunities and Challenges” was organised at Government Degree College Hyderpora.
The event was organised in the memory of Late Prof. G.M. Bhat.
Head Department of Education at University of Kashmir, Prof Tasleema Jan was the Chief Guest at the occasion.
The other eminent guest speakers on the occasion were Assistant Professor ZIBS Zhejiang University, China Dr. Sheikh Fayaz Ahmad, Dr. Shabir Ahmad Parra from Department of Electronics of Instrumentation Technology of University of Kashmir, Abdul Hamid Bhat CEO Rahim Motors Rangreth and Dr. Sheikh Javid from Department of Electronics of Instrumentation Technology University of Kashmir.
The Principal SMS (M) GDC Hyderpora Prof. Ghulam Jeelani Qureshi inaugurated the seminar and presented a welcome address at the occasion.
In his address, he elaborated the purpose of organizing the seminar.
Prof. Rakshanda Lateef from Department of Education of GDC Hyderpora sketched the early life and contributions of Prof G M Bhat while Prof Sheikh Javid shared his life experiences with Prof G M Bhat and highlighted his contributions in the arena of Innovation and Technology.
Later, Prof. Shabir Ahmad Parra who recently figured in the top two percent of scientists list in the field of Image processing and Artificial Intelligence by Stanford University, California, USA deliberated upon Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and Technopreneurship.
Sharing his success story, Abdul Hameed Bhat amazed the audience with his achievements and struggle in the field.
Prof Sheikh Fayaz Ahmad enlightened the participants about the successful evolution of nations through Innovation and Entrepreneurship while Prof. Tasleema Jan shared her views about the seminar and highlighted the role of innovations in real-life situations.
The convener of the seminar was Professor Khurshid Ahmad Mir of Department of Political Science and while Imtiyaz Ahmad Gull of Department of Commerce hosted the programme and Prof. Tanveera Tabassum of Department of Zoology presented vote of thanks.