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Skill Development Programs for Students and Livelihood Generation

 

 

Glimpse of Skill Development Programs for Students and Livelihood Generation

 

Vermicompost selling by the NSM Sales Counter

Inauguration Vermicompost selling by the NSM Sales Counter

Product of Hands on training on Leaf composting

Workshop on Duck Farming

Product of Hands on Taining on Mushroom cultivation

Product of Vermicompost Unit, Department of Zoology

Product of Hands on Taining on Mushroom cultivation, Dept of Botany

Hands on training on Leaf composting

The vision of Netaji Subhash Mahavidyalaya is to provide inclusive education for inculcating human values, professionalism and scientific instillation to all sections of students including scheduled tribes, scheduled castes, other backward communities and religious minorities with special focus to female students. The college is continuously striving for proving ample scope for multifaceted development of local youths irrespective of religion, race, caste, gender through student-centric learning for self-development and skill development among students. In the present socio-economic scenario, it is essential to grow up a generation competent enough to get absorbed in private/government jobs or to make themselves competent enough for self-employment. So, the institution has taken initiatives to equip the students with some relevant technical skills with a moto to improve their employability and help them in starting small entrepreneurial ventures. The programmes are organized mostly in collaboration with other government institutions with involvement of resource persons who are experts of the particular skill.

In line with the activities for imparting some market worthy skills to the students it seemed imperative that the institution itself strive to put before the students a small business model where the institution can earn some revenue by production and sell of products manufactured in the campus using mostly campus waste and active support from students themselves. For this purpose Vermi Compost Production from bio degradable component of campus waste along with locally procured cheap plant waste materials and Mushroom cultivation and sell of the products in prevalent market rate has been initiated.Along with exploring the possibilities of institutional revenue generation, the main objective of the practice is to put before the students a small business model where their own expertise is used so as to encourage them to take up such entrepreneurial activities privately.

The college has taken up the initiative to produce Vermi Compost and to cultivate Mushroom in college campus with involvement of faculty members of departments of Zoology and Botany respectively.Students of the college who got training in Vermi composting and Mushroom Cultivation by attending Workshops organized on these two skills by the college earlier are actively engaged in the production process. Department of Zoology is using the vermicomposting tanks which are already existing in the college campus to produce vermicompost from biodegradable waste materials available in the campus as well as plant waste available for free locally. The college has invested a small amount for repairing of the tanks and procurement of earthworms. Cow dung is procured locally at a small price. The compost is packed in 5 kg bags and being sold at the rate of Rs 100 per bag to staff, faculty members and local people for their personal use. As for Mushroom cultivation, Oyster Mushrooms are being cultivated in the Department of Botany using paddy straw. The college has spent a small amount for purchasing straw, spawn and accessories. Autoclave for sterilizing the straw is already available in the department. The mushroom produced is being sold at the rate of Rs.200/- per Kg to staff, faculty members and local people.

 

 

     

 

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Name of the Programme Date        Organizing department/committee/cell Collaborating institute/agency Resource Persons No of participants
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Online FDP cum Student Development Programme on Linux and LaTex

 

3rd-9th September, 2020

Netaji Subhash Mahavidyalaya Udaipur

IIT Bombay Spoken Tutorials

Smt Patriot Debbarma, Coordinator, Asst Professor & HOD In-charge Department of English;

Vidya Kadam, Coordinator, IIT Bombay Spoken Tutorials

 

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2

Online Workshop On “Mushroom Cultivation: Techniques And Income Generation”

 

16th July, 2021 Department of Botany in collaboration with IQAC, NSM Rabindranath Thakur Mahavidyalaya, Bishalgarh, Tripura Dr. Anupam Guha, Associate Professor, Rabindranath Thakur Mahavidyalaya, Bishalgarh 778
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Training Program on “Biofloc Fish Farming”

20th to 23rd August 2021 Netaji Subhash Mahavidyalaya Udaipur Department of Fisheries in collaboration with Udaipur Municipal Council

Sri Sujit Sarkar, DY Director of Fisheries, Udaipur,BijoyKanti Ghosh, Supt of Fisheries, Udaipur; Supriti Dey, Fisheri Officer, AnurudhaSaha, Fishery Officer; Biswajit Sukla Datta, Fishery Officer; Tanuka Chakraborty, Fishery Officer

 

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4 Workshop on ‘Duck farming in Tripura-A prospective entrepreneurial Venture’ 7th September, 2021

Netaji Subhash Mahavidyalaya Udaipur

College of Veterinary Science & A.H, R.K Nagar, West Tripura

- Dr.JowelDebnath, Asstt. Professor

- Dr.Tapan Kr. Das

Dr.SaurabhMajumder

 

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5 An Intracollege - Workshop On “Mushroom Cultivation: Techniques And Income Generation” 16-07-2021

Department of Botany in collaboration with IQAC, Netaji Subhash Mahavidyalaya

 

  Prof. Ajay Krishna Saha, Department of Botany, Tripura University 33
6 Workshop on ‘Vermicomposting’ 10th November, 2021 Swacchata Action Plan (SAP) Committee and Dept of Zoology, NSM  

Dr, Nupur Datta, asst professor & HOD Incharge, Dept of Zoology, NSM, Udaipur; Sri KoshorePotari, PGT, Dept of Zoology, NSM Udaipur

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7 Work shop on ‘Development of Nursery’ 24th December, 2021 Department of Botany &Swacchata Action Plan (SAP) Committee, NSM    

Sri Prasenjit Debbarma, Asst professor,  Department of Botany, NSM Udaipur; Dr. Chiranjit Paul, Guest Teacher, Dept of Botany, NS Mahavidyalaya, Udaipur

 

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8 Work shop on ‘How to make leaf compost’ 30th December, 2021 Department of Zoology and Swacchata Action Plan (SAP) Committee of NSM , Udaipur  

Dr, Nupur Datta, Asst professor & HOD Incharge, Dept of Zoology, NSM, Udaipur; Dr. Parthasarathidebray, Asst professor & HOD Incharge, Dept of H. Physiology, NSM, Udaipur

 

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