Seminar on “Innovation & Entrepreneurshipin Kashmir Prospects, Challenges” held at Islamia College

Seminar on “Innovation & Entrepreneurshipin Kashmir Prospects, Challenges” held at Islamia College

posted on March 27, 2022 | Author Aatif Qayoom

Srinagar, March 26: Islamia College Srinagar organized a one-day seminar on Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Kashmir Prospects and Challenges. IIC, the innovation and incubation cell, organized the program.

The seminar was opened by Professor Ajaz A Bhat, Head Professor and Head of the Department of Mathematics, who welcomed the guest speakers and emphasized the importance of the program in the current scenario in his brief opening sermon.

A large number of students who attended the seminar shared their views. The students also underlined the importance of such programs in the contemporary world.

The Principal of the College, Prof. Sheikh Ajaz Bashir had raised the idea of ​​establishing an IIC in the college which resulted in today’s live interaction on the subject. In his lucid PPT,

Uh. Shahrukh Mushtaq highlighted the need for innovation and entrepreneurship in his lucid PPT. Syed Nadeem (Managing Director, GIAN J&K) made a compelling case for local innovations in the Kashmir region and how they can be achieved.

On the occasion, the young enturper Muheed Nisar presented the perspectives of the region, which was overall a story to be celebrated despite strong difficulties. From rags to riches, MD

Rahim Greens Abdul Hamid guided the audience through the transformation of entrepreneurial activity in the valley. dr.

Nasreen Chesti moderated all the discussions. Dr. Zahoor A Jath, head of the IIC, provided valuable suggestions. Dr. Khursheed A. Tariq Dar and Dr. Abid Hussain Banday from the Departments of Zoology and Chemistry, respectively, led the Q&A session in addition to informing the work of the College’s IIC.

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