Youth advised to start personal business to cope with economic crisis
University graduates should work on various business proposals and Ideas.
There are many ideas about domestic and online business including agriculture by-products, which can be used by the youth to become self-sufficient and also create employment opportunities for others. – speakers of a seminar
The experts have recommended the youth to start a personal business to deal with the agricultural losses and economic crisis caused by floods and rains in the province and emphasized on developing ideas and projects for agriculture-related businesses and handicrafts.
They were speaking at a one-day Seminar on ‘Entrepreneurship’ hosted by Sindh Agriculture University, Tando Jam, in collaboration with the Kamyab Jawan, USAID and Institute of Food Sciences Technologies, on Tuesday.
In his addressing the Vice Chancellor SAU Dr. Fateh Marri said that after the recent rains and floods, more responsibilities have come on the scholars and graduates of the universities.
He said that entrepreneurship should be promoted to deal with the damages caused by rains and to reduce the economic crisis, and adopt the tradition of personal business instead of private and government jobs, and change the lifestyle of their families.
Dr. Aijaz Ali Khooharo, Chairman of Students Teachers Engagement Program (STEP) and Dean of Faculty of Agricultural Social Sciences said that now the concept of universities is changing, now universities are working on the goals of commercialization along with research, while universities have also become the hub of communication between industry and academia.
Dr. Tahseen Fatima Miano, said in her presentation that university graduates should work on various business proposals and Ideas during their studies, for which there are opportunities for training, financial and technical support.
She said that there are many ideas about domestic and online business including agriculture by-products, which can be used by the youth to become self-sufficient and also create employment opportunities for others.
Dr. Jam Ghulam Murtaza Sahito, the focal person of the Kamyab Jawan Sindh Agriculture University Center, said that under the Youth Development Center, we are working on various projects to support students in various fields. Dr. Nida Asad Marri and others also addressed the ceremony.
Dean of Crop Production Faculty Dr. Inayatullah Rajpar, Dean of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Sciences Dr. Syed Ghiyasuddin Shah Rashidi, Dean of Crop Protection Faculty Dr. Manzoor Ali Abro, Director IFST Dr. Aijaz Soomro and others were also present. (PR)