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KSRM to organise rural management symposium

One of India s leading B-Schools KIIT School of Rural Management is going to organise its 3rd National Rural Management Symposium on Rural Entrepreneurship and Enterprise for Inclusive Growth
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The KIIT School of Rural Management (KSRM) is going to organise 3rd National Rural Management Symposium on ‘Rural Entrepreneurship and Enterprise for Inclusive Growth.’ The event will be held during 20-22 November, 2014, at KIIT University, Bhubaneshwar.

Commenting on organising the event, Dr. LK Vaswani, Director, KSRM, says, "Promoting rural entrepreneurship and enterprise will be the game changer to bring rural poor into the mainstream of rural economy."

The event will include Dr. Verghese Kurien Foundation Day Lecture and one full day students rural entrepreneurship conclave, ‘Sangati’.

The Symposium will focus on the issues facing in laying a strong entrepreneurial mindset and broad-based rural entrepreneurship to cover new activities, geographies and underserved and socially excluded target groups of the society to achieve inclusive growth.

Sangati, an exploratorium for budding entrepreneurs, will be organised by the students of KSRM on ‘Rural Entrepreneurship and Enterprises for Inclusive Growth’. It will aim at the promotion and influx of germinal and innovative ideas into the domain of rural entrepreneurship development.

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