President of India Ram Nath Kovind inaugurates permanent Campus of Indian Institute of Management, Nagpur

He expressed confidence that the eco-system at IIM, Nagpur would promote among the students the mindset of becoming job-creators, instead of being job-seekers.

New Delhi: President of India Ram Nath Kovind inaugurated permanent campus of the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Nagpur on May 8, 2022.

Educational institutes are not just mere places of learning; it is the place which polishes the inner and sometimes hidden talents in each one of us, said the President of India,  Ram Nath Kovind while  speaking on the occasion of inauguration of permanent campus of the IIM,  Nagpur at Dahegaon Mauza, MIHA, Nagpur .

The President said that the curriculum gives us the occasion to introspect within ourselves the purpose, the ambition and hence fulfill our dreams. He said that we are living in an era where innovation and entrepreneurship are appreciated and encouraged.

Both innovation and entrepreneurship have the ability to not just ease our lives through technology but can also provide employment opportunities to many people. He expressed confidence that the eco-system at IIM, Nagpur would promote among the students the mindset of becoming job-creators, instead of being job-seekers.

The President was happy to note that IIM, Nagpur through its Centre for Entrepreneurship has established IIM Nagpur Foundation for Entrepreneurship Development (InFED). He said that what is a matter of immense pride is that InFED has successfully enabled women entrepreneurs to graduate from Women Start-up Programme  and six of them have even launched their enterprises. Such programs provide an effective platform for women empowerment.

He said that our traditions have always emphasized upon sharing, especially in the field of knowledge. Hence, it is our duty to share the knowledge which we have gathered. He expressed hope that just as IIM Ahmedabad has provided mentorship to IIM, Nagpur, the leading professional schools of our country, technical, management or humanities would provide mentorship to establish similar institutions.

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