The SRM Institute for Science and Technology (SRMIST) and the Puthiya Thalaimurai Foundation organized an entrepreneurial orientation for self-help groups on Areca plates and spirulina production in the village of Orathur on Sunday.
A press release said the event was organized as part of the Unnat Bharat Abhiyan initiative, through which the Institute adopted Orathur and seven other villages in Chengalpattu and Kancheepuram districts.
More than 100 people from all of these villages attended the event, the press release said.
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