• Minister Nirani to inaugurate the programme
• Kaigarike Adalat to address the grievances of industrialists to be held same day
Bengaluru, January 2: The Karnataka government’s ambitious ‘Udyami Aagu, Udyoga Needu’ and Kaigarika Adalat programme which is aimed at guiding and helping educated youth and budding entrepreneurs will be held in Kalaburagi on Monday.
Large and Medium Industries Minister Murugesh R Nirani will inaugurate the ‘Udyami Aagu, Udyoga Needu’ and Kaigarika Adalat program organised on January 3 at Dr BR Ambedkar auditorium in Gulbarga University here.
The Industries department has organised ‘Kaigarike Adalat’ at 3.30 pm on January 3 to address the grievances of industrialists in Kalaburagi division. This will help resolve the issues faced by the industrialists and other stakeholders on the spot.
Seeking to honour Powerstar Puneeth Rajkumar who was a role model for youths with his dignified conduct, simplicity and social service, the government has named the podium of ‘Udyami Aagu, Udyoga Needu’ after the late actor.
Puneeth Rajkumar did not restrict himself to the film industry but he was also an entrepreneur and involved in social service. He had also provided jobs to hundreds of people in his institutions. The Karnataka government has already announced the posthumous Karnataka Ratna award for Puneeth.
In an attempt to attract more youth towards entrepreneurship, Minister Murugesh Nirani has also decided to name the future ‘Udyami Aagu, Udyoga Needu’ programmes’ are which would be held at Mysuru, Belagavi, Mangaluru and Tumkur, podiums after Puneeth Rajkumar.
The government has made transport facilities for students coming from other districts to attend the symposium which will begin at 10 am. Large number of students and budding entrepreneurs from Yadgir, Raichur, Koppal, Bidar, Ballari and Vijayanagara are expected to attend the event. A huge screen has been installed outside the venue to facilitate more participants to want the program.
The ‘Udyami Aagu, Udyoga Needu’ and Kaigarika Adalat programme was held at Bangalore Palace last October. The event was a grand success and more than ten thousands students who finished ITI, Engineering, MBA, BBM and other professional courses from Bengaluru urban, Bengaluru rural, Ramanagara, Chikkaballapura, Kolar and other parts attended and benefitted.