Jammu and Kashmir
Jammu, June 08: After completing the three-week training programme, two fresh batches of 63 aspiring entrepreneurs including eleven females passed out from Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI).
The candidates were trained at JKEDI district offices of Kishtwar and Rajouri under schmes like Seed Capital Fund Scheme and Youth Start Up Loan.
In the three week of program, the unemployed youth were trained in for manufacturing, services, and agri-allied sectors.
Candidates, who are all set to start their own business now were trained to equip themselves with what they need to start a profitable busniess through EDP.
In Rajouri, 19 candidates have chosen the services sector, six have opted for agri and allied sectors and one candidate has given preference to manufacturing sector.