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Rs 50 lakh Incubation Centre to come up at Arts College

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Hyderabad-based Hansa Solutions has collaborated with the Government College (A), Rajahmundry on Tuesday to establish an Incubation Centre with a financial aid of Rs 50 lakh.
A sprawling new building for the Incubation Centre spanning 4,000 square feet will be constructed on the college campus, solely committed to training 2,000 students annually, in line with the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 and as per the instructions of the UGC which mandates every higher education institution must set up an Incubation Centre.
The focus will be on launching startup programmes in horticulture, agriculture, healthcare, and tourism sectors, while also specializing in jute bag manufacturing, producing safety napkins, and equipping students with cutting-edge IT skills tailored to industry demands.
Training will be provided to the students in association with the Confederation of Women Entrepreneurs of India (COWE). A decision in this regard was taken in the presence of Lalitha Aluri, National President, of COWE India, Radhika Chowdary, President, of COWE AP Chapter, Sridevi, local Chapter President and other members of the COWE.
The process of training being implemented was explained by the COWE to Government College (A) Principal Dr Ramachandra R.K. and other faculty members through the PowerPoint presentation, highlighting the transformative impact of this initiative.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Ramachandra expressed gratitude to Ram Prasad and the COWE representatives, highlighting how this partnership will enrich the college’s resources and propel it towards a path of progress. He also extended heartfelt appreciation to Ram Prasad for his dedication to enhancing students’ prospects through skill development.
Later, certificates were distributed to students, who completed training in jute bags and artificial jewellery making, in the presence of the Principal. The event was attended by Academic Cell Coordinator Dr Sanjeev, IQAC Coordinator Dr Annapurna, and Vice-Principal P.S. Sastry, who emphasized the significance of this endeavour in shaping the future of education.

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