Varsity ready to produce entrepreneurs

Aim is to help passing students to start businesses and earn money by opening their own entities


APP July 31, 2021

HYDERABAD:

The first ever technology incubation centre (TIC) has been established at the Faculty of Engineering and Technology (FET) of the University of Sindh on Friday.

The aim is to help passing students to start businesses and earn money by opening their own entities instead of waiting for public sector jobs. The centre was inaugurated by University of Sindh Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Muhammad Siddique Kalhoro

In his presidential remarks on the occasion, the VC said that the TIC will work under the office of research, innovation and commercialisation (ORIC). He added it will be supported to every possible extent by the university. Dr Kalhoro continued that passing students are required to be engaged in the centre for a year or two so they might be able to deal with business related issues and start their own.

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“Incubation means learn and earn, therefore, whatever the students learn on the campus during their studies, they should develop their skills and start a business and play their part in the development of the national economy”, he said.

Published in The Express Tribune, July 31st, 2021.

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