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INNOWORDS - Season 1-Ep. 1- by JOE A SCARIA

An inspiring session was organized for all the aspirants of entrepreneurship on 7th February 2017. It was conducted at the lawn in front of the Divisional Block B. The session was handled by Mr. Joe A Scaria, who seamlessly won the interest of all the students that gathered around. The students were provided with a registration form to fill up some basic details.This would help the organizers  to understand the audience, to publicize the upcoming events and to keep in contact with them.
Ajin Omanakuttan welcoming the gathering

The session started with a silent prayer. Ajin Omanakuttan welcomed the gathering. Then, Mr. Joe A Scaria shared a glimpse of ideas and thoughts of how an entrepreneur should think, talk and act all over. He explained with obvious examples of successful startups, the necessity under which the idea was developed, and its various stages of progress up to its success.

Numbers matter

All are winners
 The current world has evolved onto something where ‘an idea’ of a 16 year old can beat a century or further pioneered industries in a very short period. It was a reality that was brought into light for the information of students. He urges each and every student to dream and fantasize, because any ideas that passes by is never a lame one.
Learning with nature
The enthusiasm of the students towered, even though the sun setted with its fiery kiss to the night.
At the end of the session a vote of thanks was delivered by Ajin. Prof. Sherin Sam Jose, CEO of Startups Valley TBI, appreciated the willingness of the students for participating in such extra-curricular activities. Followed by Prof. Abi Varghese, convenor of IEDC motivated the students to come up with innovative projects.
Prof. Sherin Sam Jose, CEO, Startups Valley TBI addressing the gathering
Ajin Omanakuttan proposing vote of thanks
The feedback loop
Later, suggestions and feedbacks were received from students side, to rectify and enhance the effectiveness of the upcoming events. The event connected with a much larger audience than anticipated.