Social entrepreneurship: Become a Job Creator and Do Not Look for Jobs March 09, 2018

Last Updated - March 09 2018

The management, faculty, staff, and students of Don Bosco Institute of Technology – MMS, Kurla are organizing an annual social business summit on Saturday, 10th March from 1pm – 4pm. Every year the institute conducts the summit with the aim to create a platform for networking between NGOs, Corporates and the government bodies and to sensitize students to different social issues and the modalities of addressing them. The Summit this year will be focusing on influencing the youth of our country to look beyond job security and engage themselves in activities that will satisfy their soul and make a difference to the country. The areas which will be reflected upon during the summit are; To become responsible citizens. With the changing dynamics and developmental required, the Youth are being looked upon as future social entrepreneurs.

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Eminent individualities of the likes of Dr. A. From students to corporate to NGO/SBOs, there is some learning in store for everyone during this summit. Velumani, Establisher, and CEO, Thyrocare Technologies Ltd., Avinash Sisode, Establisher and Chairman E&G Group of Companies, Shubash Talekar, Spokesperson at Mumbai Dabbawala Association, Nimesh Shetty, Establisher and Director of Third Eye Cafe will be sharing their experiences, challenges, learning, and thoughts during the summit. The institute has also conducted an inter-college competition on ‘Social Entrepreneurship’ as a part of the summit which has students from over 20 colleges participating.


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