Mushroom Cultivation Training held

Mushroom Cultivation Training held

September 15, 2020

Mysore/Mysuru: “The meaning of nation is the population of the country. If people begin to work, the nation will prosper on all sectors. Rural people are working round-the-clock without knowing that they are contributing to the cause of the nation,” opined K.N. Ananda Nayaka, Director, RUDSETI, Mysuru. 

He was addressing the participants at the valedictory programme of the three-day Mushroom Cultivation Training at Kenchanahalli in H.D. Kote taluk organised by Viveka Rural Livelihood Centre. 

A.M. Babu Nayak, Entrepreneur, Male Mahadeshwara Group of Companies, Mysuru, narrated how to take a small business into a big empire. 

P.D. Nayak, Manager, Viveka Rural Livelihood Centre, Kenchanahalli presided and explained how the centre has excelled in the Tribal Development over a period of time. 

Totally, 28 participants attended the programme and certificates were distributed.


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