Panaji, June 17, 2017 … Government has implemented various schemes to promote self employment and to develop entrepreneurship among unemployed youth belongs to SC/ST communities in the State.
This was stated by the Chief Minister while addressing at the gathering as Chief Guest at the inaugural function of the Launch of the 23rd DICCI Goa Chapter at a function held at Ferns Kadamba Hotel at Old Goa yesterday.
The national organization DICCI commenced its 23 Chapter in Goa. The DICCI has been founded in the country to develop business leadership among the youth of SC/ST community by providing guidance and all other support in their ventures.
The Chief Minister further speaking said that formation of DICCI will certainly will become successful in creating new business leaders, entrepreneurs among backward communities in Goa future in the country. The DICCI in future he said will play an important role in creating interest about business thereby making SC/ST youth self reliant.
The Chief Minister heartily welcome the DICCI Goa Chapter and suggested to approach the Government and would extend the support cooperation for the cause he reiterated.
The Member of Parliament Shri Narendra Sawaikar in his address highlighted the work done by DICCI in its little space of twelve years time. The extension of its wings in nation and in other seven foreign countries remarkable. The DICCI he said is doing commendable job of fulfilling hopes and aspiration of young and upcoming entrepreneurs among SC and ST communities in the country by doing the same in Goa as well. With the help and support of DICCI SC/ST youth will become self reliant in life he added.
The founder President of DICCI Shri Milind Kamble in his address said that the Indian economy is in the new era of reformation. The problem of employment of SC/ST youth is needed to be addressed and respond and with different manner. The objective foundation DICCI is to create business meaders and develop entrepreneurship among SC/ST youth in the country.
The initiatives of Central Government like start up stand up and Make in India have paved ways for the young generation to start their business ventures.
He suggested the State Government to support and cooperate DICCI Goa Chapter in its endeavour in future.
Shri Atreys Sawant Chairman CII Goa Chapter, Padmashree Ravekumar Narra, President, DICCI South India, Smt. Anita Raj, President DICCI Womens Wing were among those who spoke on the occasion.
Thereafter the DICCI Goa Chapter Team was officially declared with Shri Rajesh Dayalkar as its Chairman and Smt. Nutan Shirke as President of Women Wing.
Shri Nishchay Shelke, President DICCI West India welcomed the guests.
Dr. Rajesh Paswan, Advisor DICCI North India compered the function. While Shri Rajesh Dayalkar, Chairman DICCI Goa Chapter proposed the vote of thanks.