Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus launched the new programme of offering master degree in Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation, at the click here where can i get free viagra Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development in Sriperumbudur, near Chennai, in Tamil Nadu. It is an institute of national importance under the Government of India's Ministry if Youth Affairs. Also seen in the photo are Rajeev Gupta, Secretary of Youth Affairs Government of India, Ms Latha Pillai, Director, Rajiv Gandhi institute, and Dr. Cecep Effendi, Director General of CIRDAP
Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus is in India for a seven day visit from 31 August to 7 September.
He was invited to deliver a special lecture at the Rajiv Gandhi National Institution of Youth Development (RGNIYD) in Sriperumbudur, 40 kilometers from Chennai, and to launch the new programme of offering master degree in Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation, at the Institute. Mr. Rajeev Gupta, Central Secretary of Youth Ministry flew over from Delhi to Chennai to receive Professor Yunus and be present at all the ceremonies. Imprint of both feet of Professor Yunus was ceremoniously taken on Plaster of Paris to display in the institute to inspire young students of the institute.
Rajiv Gandhi Institute was founded in memory of Rajiv Gandhi at the place where he was assassinated. This is a special institute under the Ministry of Youth Affairs, Government of India implementing programmes for youth all over India. The Institute announced a programme to turn unemployed youth into entrepreneurs through social business. The event was jointly organized by the Rajiv Gandhi Institute and CIRDAP, an intergovernmental organization comprising 15 countries, headquartered in Dhaka. Dr Cecep Effendi, Director General of CIRDAP came from Dhaka to be present in the ceremony and extend support from CIRDAP for follow up programmes out of Professor Yunus's visit. A team from Yunus Centre was also invited to carry out a workshop on social business for 50 participants including students and entrepreneurs at the institute as a first step towards longer term collaboration with Professor Yunus.
Departing Ambassador of South Korea to Bangladesh Yun Young Lee made a farewell call on Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus at Yunus Centre on August 31.
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The investments into four Nobin Udyokta businesses were announced today at the 107th Social Business Design Lab. The four young entrepreneurs, who are children of Grameen Bank borrowers, are seen in the photo with Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus.
The 107th Social Business Design Lab organized by Yunus Centre took place today on 29th August 2015 at the Grameen Bank Auditorium. Around 150 participants and observers, from national and international organizations with diverse background attended the program, including a large number of international participants.
The Design Lab was chaired by Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus. He opened the online viagra india lab with welcoming remarks to the audience including those tuning in via live stream. Professor Yunus explained the process of the Lab, to review and assess social business plans of entrepreneurs. He reported that to date since January 2013, a total of 1553 projects have been presented during last 107 Design Labs of which 1528 projects were approved for investment, and most of these already in operation.
President of Uganda Yoweri Museveni received Professor Muhammad Yunus, who called on him at the Presidential Palace on 29th July 2015. Professor Yunus had a one hour meeting with the President who was joined by Finance Minister, Agriculture Minister, and the State Minister of ICT. President Museveni and www.pferdezucht-kaernten.at Professor Muhammad Yunus discussed possible ways of using social business to ensure people centric sustainable development in Uganda.
Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus has just concluded his four day visit to Uganda where he was received by President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda at the Presidential Palace, met Vice President Ssekandi, attended high level meetings with government representatives and social and business leaders of Uganda, and addressed the National Conference on Social Business in Uganda.
Prior to visiting Uganda Professor Yunus visited Washington to be the Chief Guest at the 35th Anniversary Celebration of RESULTS International The event was attended by congressmen, senators, policy makers, NGO activists and academics.