MOP students to impart entrepreneurship skills to rural women
| Monday | 15th July, 2019
By Express News ServiceCHENNAI: Aligned to their goal of creating socially responsible citizens, the MOP Vaishnav College for Women on Saturday launched ‘Thozhil Seiyyalam Thozhi’, a year-long project aimed at teaching entrepreneurship skills to rural women.
Under the programme, students of the college will conduct skill-training workshops in different villages inTamil Nadu to enable economic independence and empowerment of rural women.
The first session was conducted by the students of the Department of Business Administration at SKDJ Higher Secondary School in Tiruverkadu.
We want to take it to all the villages and empower every woman seeking economic independence,” said Lalitha Balakrishnan, principal, MOP College for Women.
For about an investment of Rs 500, the women would be earning a profit of Rs 200 per day, explained the students imparting training.
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