Digital meet on entrepreneurship promotion on February 12


A virtual meeting on “Promoting the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem on the Karnataka Coast”, open to all, will be organized on February 12th between 10am and 12.30pm through the Webex platform by various actors in the education system.

A press release from the Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) said the meeting will be jointly organized by MAHE, Mangalore University, NITK Surathkal, Nitte (viewed as a university), Yenepoya University, Srinivas University, the CII Mangalore Chapter and the IKP organizes. Various government departments of the state and the Union have supported the program.

Panelists will be the vice-chancellor of the regional universities, director of the NITK, chairman of the CII Mangalore Chapter, representatives of various government departments, president of ISBA, co-founders of leading companies in the region and CEOs of the region’s incubators. TV Mohandas Pai, Chairman of Manipal Global Education Services Pvt. Ltd., will provide the Keynote address.

The meeting is open to students, faculties, entrepreneurs, industry professionals and anyone involved in developing the region’s entrepreneurial ecosystem. The Webex link to join is / 2767nq2p.

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