Workshop for technology innovations held at Kohima
Dimapur, March 14: The state-level workshop for technology innovations, TECHNOVATION Nagaland 2023, was held at Hotel Vivor Kohima on March 14.
The host for the event was AIC (Atal Incubation Centre) SELCO Foundation and SDGCC, Planning and Transformation Department.
Awalo Keppen, Assistant Manager at Nagaland Tool Room & Training Centre, thanked for letting the NTTC be part of the programme and he gave a brief highlight on the working and functions of NTTC and that the NTTC is a society of government under the department of Industries and Commerce established in the year 2006.
NTTC is also selected as one of the start-up incubators under Startup Nagaland and they have been helping businesses to build up their visions. They are also involved with innovators in developing different types of technologies ranging from Agri and allied services. He said that with adequate state-of-the-art machinery, the NTTC is ready to extend its services to all innovators.
Kevitso Kenneth, Senior Scientific Officer at Science & Technology, thanked the AIC, SELCO, SDGCC, Planning & Transformation for organizing this important event. He expressed belief that this workshop will give an insight into scouting, supporting, and spawning local innovators.
Nayantara Sasikumar, OSD to (Planning) & SDG Nodal Officer, extended her gratitude to the team from AIC central foundation as they are an inspiring bunch of people and that she supports the cause that they stand for and they are the reason that this event has been organized.
She also gave her sincere appreciation to all the innovators, representatives, and local organizations. She expressed delight for the sustainable innovations being initiated such as the SDG innovations, participatory action, and research initiatives, though it is a small initiative started last year.
She maintained that through this initiative foundation and SDGCC with the support of the relevant government departments and local organizations, innovators would come up with their proposals and become successful entrepreneurs.
(Page News Service)