12 New Women Entrepreneurs identified under My Village- My Business

On June 28, 2019, Pure India Trust has identified 12 women to become entrepreneurs through My Village -My Business Program, these women will be funded and supported by Pure India Trust.The Program attracted nearly 40 applicants for the current phase where 12 women were identified via 3 rounds of business ideas discussions and background check.
We are committed towards more such programs to provide opportunities for women in rural areas to become entrepreneurs.

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  2. Aishwarya September 24, 2019 at 12:49 pm

    Jagan Institute of Management Studies
    Sitapura, Jaipur

    Dear sir/ma’am,

    We are one of the pioneer institutes in imparting management education (PGDM program approved by AICTE, ministry of HRD of India) in the region and rank amongst top 100 management institutes of India according to a recent Dalal Street Magazine release. We groom students to make them industry-ready by employing an effective blend of conventional and contemporary teaching and training practices.

    All our Student Managers undergo a winter internship program in late November for 3 weeks, which is specifically to be done in NGOs so that students could see the societal aspects of life and take the opportunity to contribute to the society. It would also help them in building eminent qualities in their character.

    We look forward to hear from you at your earliest convenience. We would really welcome the opportunity of discussing this with you in person.

    Regards,
    Aishwarya Rajawat
    Placement Coordinator,
    Jagan Institute of Management Studies, Jaipur
    98230 37829
    aishwaryar.jimsj19.21@gmail.com

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