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SELF – DESCIPLINE clubbed with honesty were important tools to become successful entrepreneurs, said Mahesh Ram, Plant Manager of HPCL, Khapri (Nagpur) on Tuesday at the valedictory function of ‘Bar Binding,’ a 30-day training programme, organized by DICCI Super 50 Foundation, in association with DIC. Maharashtra Government has partnered with DICCI Super 50 Foundation for two training programmes.
Instilling confidence among the trainee candidate, Ram continued that the responsibility on their shoulders had become manifold. “For the development of any country, the development of individual is must. This was said by Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, who had drafted the Indian Constitution,” be noted.
Those who had undergone training should imbibe in their mind that they had to excel in the field which they had selected.
“Aspirations of your families are chasing you. You have to first think and then take the dive into the sea of entrepreneurship. If everyone starts progressing, the country will automatically progress,” he told the trainee candidates. He suggested them to remain committed to the things which they had studied during the training.
D G Badkas, Manager of DIC said that the certificates allotted to the trainee candidates would help them start their enterprises. “Make hay of the situation and avail the schemes floated by the DIC,” he suggested.
Manish Sanghvi, Vice President of BMA said industry welcome candidates who had training certificates. “We don’t want industrial accidents to occur. Safe practices are very crucial. While working in industries, short – cuts are not entertained, he pointed out.
Sunil Zade, Head of DSR-DICCI said: “Every big thing starts from a small thing. This has been proved by late Dhirubhai Ambani, the founder of Reliance Group. The 30- day training programme has set a tone to become entrepreneurs. Everyone should scan his strengths and weaknesses and try to overcome weaknesses.”
“The certificate of training is not mere a piece of paper but it is booster dose of energy and strength,” Zode added.
Nishchay Shelke, President of DICCI Nagpur Chapter said: “Skill is the only thing which remains with an individual till he or she breathes last. We have introduced tracking system wherein we will take feedback of the trainee candidate. Whatever difficulties they will face, our team is equipped to help them.” He gave three important tips to be followed to become successful entrepreneurs — reach beyond time, practice what you preach and say thank you.
Rajesh K Suryavanshi, Head, Training Centre of KEC International Ltd. Butibori appreciated the discipline maintained by the trainee candidates during 30 days. He suggested that they should keep positive attitude which would help defeat lacunae.
“Skill is not related to any caste, colour of creed. Once you enter the market, skill is the only thing which will be acknowledged. There are several stories of Rags to Riches, therefore think positively.” he suggested.
Gopal Wasnik, Project Director of Training Programme, said that after China, India ranked second in young generation population. China had marched ahead than its counterparts like the US and European countries as it focused on young generation. “We have to rediscover our skill as skill will help in marketing personality of individuals,” he noted.
The programme was conducted by Kiran Meshram, Vertical Head of DICCI, Nagpur and Winnie Meshram, Chairperson of Women’s Wing proposed a vote of thanks. Manish Shahane, Officer- Training of KEC International was also present.