Kalahandi Food and Craft brands will create a unique identity: PDDRDA Somesh Upadhyay
There is a need to organize hackathons in the Kalahandi district: Prof. Satyasiddhartha Panda
Economic literacy is essential in the district: Surya Narayan Panda
Sambalpur: The district administration has set up Kalahandi Food and Craft. This will create a unique identity for the organic food and craft brands in the district. Amazon has been contracted to create markets in the district, such as Habaspuri Sari, Panas Chips, Panas Atta, and Dokra. “Economic growth is possible through tourism in Kalahandi and agribusiness,” said Kalahandi PDDRDA Somesh Upadhyay who was the chief guest in Samachar Just click, on the 12th chapter of Chala Dekhma Amar Kalahandi.
As one of the guests, Satyasiddhartha Panda, Professor of Management, University of Christ, Bangalore, will take steps to promote entrepreneurship in the Kalahandi district. Entrepreneurial opportunities in rural areas, like in other states, can be made aware through folk art. He encouraged ordinary people as well to take part in solving this great task: “One of the things you and other people can do is keep up the pressure … there are going to be some difficult decisions for government”.
Surya Narayan Panda, Business Head, IIFL All Finance Limited, Bangalore, joined in and emphasized financial literacy. He encouraged ordinary people as well to take part in solving this great task: “One of the things you and other people can do is keep up the pressure … there are going to be some difficult decisions for government”.
Debashis Raut, Area Sales Executive, Adani Wilmer Ltd, New Delhi, emphasized the need to focus on organic farming in the Kalahandi district and its need for entrepreneurial development. Attention should be paid to the ancillary arrangements for facilitating sales through the e-commerce platform. In Kalahandi district, like the one in Raghurajpur, various tourist items should be displayed near tourist spots in the district, he said.
At the beginning of the program, vocalist Dilip Kumar Jani performed a Kalahandi song. Devendra Kumar Bisi conducted the program. Niranjan Mohapatra of the Odisha Library Academy provided technical assistance while Pragati Group of Institutions Knowledge Partners was present at the event.