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St Aloysius Evening College introduces Certificate Course in Entrepreneurship


Managaluru, Nov 17: St Aloysius Evening College will offer a course in Entrepreneurship, in the first week of December 2014. The course will commence on December 1,2014 and will be of 5 days duration in the evenings between 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm keeping in line with the “watch word” of the Central Government's “Make in India”.

The course is recognized by the Kanara Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI).


The course is specially designed for Final Year undergraduate and post –graduate students, Home Makers, Commerce and Management Teachers, Professionals and the General Public.

The contents of the course cover, Licensing/ permissions required to set up an undertaking, start up procedures, incentives, land allotments, labour matters, finance, Marketing Industrial Policy ( State) and the Entrepreneurship as investment.

The practitioners for conducting the course are drawn from Mangalore City Corporation(MCC), Kanara Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI), District Industries Centre ( DIC), State Bank of Mysore, (SBM) Chartered Accountants , Investment Consultancies and Legal consultancies.

For further details contact Dr Donald Lobo , Co-ordinator, Dept of Commerce, St Aloysius Evening College, Mangalore 575 003
Ph: 0824 -2449714, 9448770227

 


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