Scope varsity holds panel dialogue on ‘Girls Entrepreneurship’


Scope University organized another successful online program with a panel discussion on entrepreneurship among women. It was organized under the auspices of the institution’s Innovation Council, the Ministry of Personnel Development, the central government. Conscious and successful women in this field took part and shared their experiences. The program was led by Monika Singh, head of the organization’s T&P department. He welcomed all the successful female entrepreneurs, group leaders, professors and students of the organization who were present. All panel members introduced themselves. At the start of the program, Devendra Singh, Group Director of the organization, welcomed all online entrepreneurs. He said that we have always known and believed this girl power.

Even if one speaks of a male-dominated society, but since ancient times, women in the form of Durga Shakti have been considered the first worshipers and in this day and age when people want to be job seekers, women entrepreneurs have decided that they can do jobs- By becoming a creator, you show that society still needs to grow. Kanika Sharma, who was part of the program, shared her experiences and told how she used time management to build a successful NGO with almost no capital, her interest and passion and continues to grow.

Karnika Singh said that she left the job of a multinational company and moved to BNB. She used his technical skills in the Air Apartments business. He has constantly tried to reach the peak of success by professionally creating a priority list in his work system using social networks.

Shobhana Chamadia explained in very simple terms how she went from being a housewife to being an entrepreneur and spreading the home furnishings business not only near her but also by ordering online.