Pune: Mahratta Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture (MCCIA) is set to hold the third edition of Skill Conclave at Sheraton Grand in the city on July 28 and 29 with a focus on Skilling and Entrepreneurship. Keeping in mind the national agenda of Make in India, MCCIA is focusing on the agenda of Skills, Employability and Entrepreneurship Development.
The National proposed scheme of Entrepreneurship Development is to educate and equip potential and early stage entrepreneurs across India, connect entrepreneurs to peers, mentors, incubators, support entrepreneurs through Entrepreneurship Hubs (E-Hubs), catalyze a culture shift to encourage entrepreneurship and foster social entrepreneurship and grassroots innovations. The event will bring together Policy makers, Industry Captains, Educationists, Incubators, Entrepreneurship Development Institutions, Trainers, Corporates as well as other professionals from Industry and Academia onto one platform to deliberate on important issues related to Skill, Entrepreneurship and Employability. Participation from more than 250 people from industries, SMES, Corporates and Academic institutions is expected.
President & MD Volkswagen Group India, Dr. Andreas Lauermann will deliver the key note address. Minister for Labour, Earthquake Rehabilitation, Skill Development, Ex-servicemen Welfare, Maharashtra, Sambhaji Patil Nilangekar is the Chief Guest. Among other dignitaries and speakers for the inaugural session are Municipal Commissioner, Pune Municipal Corporation, Kunal Kumar, MD & CEO, IL&FS Education/Skills/Clusters Mr Reddy and Vice President, Symbiosis Foundation, Swati Mujumdar.
“There are focused sessions on Sector-wise Initiatives in Skilling and Entrepreneurship, Start Up: Exploratory Session, The Role of Incubators and Accelerators, Venture capital and angles investors role and social entrepreneurship. Participants can benefit by learning on the current practices and policies in skilling, learn more on start up schemes and polices and how funds can be made available through angle investors and venture capitalist,” MCCIA representatives stated.