Seminar on PM Vishwakarma held in Pulwama
Seminar on PM Vishwakarma held in Pulwama

PULWAMA — In a collaborative effort between the Ministry of Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSME), Government of India, and the District Administration Pulwama, a seminar cum awareness program on PM Vishwakarma was organized today at Government Degree College (Boys) Pulwama.

The event aimed to shed light on the significance of PM Vishwakarma for the welfare of the public and artisans, while also fostering awareness about various initiatives within the MSME sector.

Attendees, including members of the local community, students, artisans, and industry representatives, actively participated in the seminar. The platform provided an opportunity to discuss PM Vishwakarma’s contributions to innovation, entrepreneurship, and skill development in the MSME sector.

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The function was presided over by Additional District Development Commissioner Pulwama, Showkat Ahmad Rather, who delivered an address stressing the importance of PM Vishwakarma’s ideals and the government’s support for small and medium enterprises.

The awareness program featured informative sessions, interactive workshops, and expert-led discussions, aimed at educating participants about the PM Vishwakarma Scheme’s various aspects. Topics included eligibility criteria, application procedures, benefits, and the role of governmental and non-governmental organizations in scheme implementation.

Speakers shared valuable insights and guidance, underlining the scheme’s importance in uplifting the artisan community and contributing to national development.

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During the event, pamphlets on Vishwakarma were released by the General Manager of the District Industries Centre (DIC), and certificates of training completion were distributed among 200 trainees under the scheme.

It was reported that over 13 thousand people have registered for the scheme, with approximately 1140 individuals trained and around 500 registered for tool kits.

The event was attended by officials including the General Manager DIC Pulwama, Assistant Commissioner Development (ACD), Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Block Development Officers (BDOs), and Executive Officers of Municipal Committees, along with hundreds of participants.

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