Nagpur: Dalit Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DICCI, Vidarbha Chapter, Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) and Ministry of Social Justice , Government of Maharashra are organising series of programmes. The first business awareness campaign which will shed light on ‘Economic Reforms and Future of MSME (SC/ST)’ is scheduled on December 15, 2017 at 3 pm Hotel Centre Point, Ramdaspeth. Padmashree Milind Kamble, Chairman of DICCI, MP Krupan Tumane, P K Nath, Deputy General Manager of SIDBI and C K Thoolkar, General Manager of MECL (Geological Services).
Around 300 participants are likely to attend the programme. On December 16, 2017, Stand-up India Clinic and business awareness campaign are organized at Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Samajik Nyay Bhavan, Gondia at 11 pm. The programme will be chaired by Rajkumar Badole, Maharashtra Minister for Social Justice and Guardian Minister, Gondia. Padmashree Milind Kamble, Chairman of DICCI, Rajendra Thakre, CEO of Zilla Parishad and District Collecor, P K Nath, Deputy General Manager of SIDBI, Vjay Kamble, Zonal Manager of Bank of Maharashtra, Nishchay Shelke, President of DICCI-Western India and Mentor of DICCI, Vidarbha Chapter, Gopal Wasnik, President of DICCI, Vidarbha Chapter, Rajesh Dawande, Senior Vice-President, Chandu Patil, Vice-President, Roopraj Gavai, Vice-President, Vijay Somkuwar, Financial Inclusion Head of DICCI-Western India and Wini Meshram, Chairperson of Ladies Wing, DICCI-Vidarbha Chapter will also remain present on the occasion.
Similar such programmes are being organized at Akola on December 29, 2017, Chandrapur on January 31, 2018. This was informed by Nishchay Shelke, President of DICCI-Western India and Mentor DICCI, Vidarbha Chapter, at a press conference organized at DICCI, Vidarbha Chapter office on Tuesday afternoon. The primary objective of conducting the series is to create 100 entrepreneurs from each district in the entire Maharashtra as per the decision taken by DICCI.