Srinagar, Jan 18: In a dedicated effort to engage with the youth and foster connections in remote regions, the Indian Army facilitated a 7-day Tourist Entrepreneur Course in Kishtwar. This initiative underscores the Army’s commitment to community development and skill enhancement in often overlooked areas.
Experienced professionals from the tourism industry played a pivotal role in the course, offering valuable insights and practical knowledge to the enthusiastic participants. The curriculum focused on essential skills for budding entrepreneurs, with a particular emphasis on establishing and managing Home Stays.
Through this initiative, the Indian Army not only contributes to the economic upliftment of the region but also empowers the local youth with the tools needed to harness the potential of tourism. The interactive sessions provided a platform for meaningful discussions and exchange of ideas, fostering a sense of entrepreneurship and community pride among the participants.
The success of the Tourist Entrepreneur Course highlights the positive impact of collaborative efforts between the armed forces and civilian sectors in nurturing talent and promoting sustainable development in remote areas.