Rural Entrepreneurship: Roadmap To Self-Reliant India

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LUCKNOW: Is journalism merely communicating facts and events or is journalism present even beyond this?  The truth is that time flows continuously and journalism works to script this journey of time.  When we write the past, it is called ‘history’ and when the present is written, it is called ‘journalism’.  Our ‘experience’ is our friend while writing history and our ‘conscience’ while doing journalism.  In the writing of ‘History’, we have to look into the past and come to a conclusion as to what was the result of such a fact or event, but at the time of journalism we have to look towards the future, what can be the result of such a fact and such a phenomenon.  This is why, journalism is a bigger and more sensitive task than writing history because a journalist’s unbalanced journalism can be responsible for major accidents, losses and irony in the future whereas balanced and responsible journalism can produce amazing results in future.
In today’s time, the responsibility of journalism has increased even more because no one else can guess the future roadmap on the current data, as much as the present writer can guess.
The smell of literature from ‘Roti’ and the aroma of ‘Roti’ from literature is the first identity of a cultured, well organized and balanced society.  ICN  is not just an ideological revolution but it is a social laboratory also where there are endless possibilities of amazing results in the context of the all-round development of society.  In positive and responsible journalism, ICN has earned unique identity globally.  It also believes that even the best idea is just hypnosis composed by words, until it proves its usefulness at the grassroots level of society.  And that’s why when it talk about development, ICN  Has its strong and clear belief that “all-round development of the country is possible only when every citizen of the country is able to develop there whenever he is located. So far as the entrepreneurship is concerned, it is linked with urban development in undeclared and unwritten way but the rural sector is deprived of this entrepreneurship.
In the global transition period of Corona, survival was the challenge for life in a stagnant world, the stretch on the social and economic level of India showed the cracks and two to three months time told us that our present latitudes and longitudes of will make us invisible in the atmosphere like smoke in the near future.  The country has now seen the consequences of ignoring agriculture and the burden of overloading on the cities.
‘Rural Entrepreneurship’ is one of the social missions of ICN for the country through which, it adopts some villages for the purposes of their overall promotion by providing them national and international level training and sharing of useful information .  ICN  is already working for the potential future of the country  on the basis of  self-reliance and has accepted its role in the building of new India by accepting the ‘media’ as the ‘medium’ of development.  Tarun Prakash Srivastava, the Senior Executive Editor, Dr. Shah Ayaz Siddiqui, the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Bhola Nath Mishra, the Sr. Consulting Editor, Mr. Mohd. Zaid, the Executive Editor-ICN Group ,Dr. Shah Nawaz Siddiqui, the Executive Editor, Mr.Hardik Murarka, the Senior Associate Editor & Principal Coordinator, Mr. Rahil Akhtar, the Associate Editor, Sr. Associate Editor Dr. Vasu, and Mohd. Tauseef, the Deputy Bureau Chief (Uttar Pradesh) conducted Webinar and Webshop on ‘Green Spots’ for the selected fifty-five villages under Malihabad Tehsil of Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. The local social worker and former MLA Shri Indal Kumar Rawat played an active and positive role to get it done where Mr. Tarun Prakash Srivastava  Introduced the participants to the objectives of the program. Dr. Bhola Nath Mishra ji expressed his views on the usefulness of ‘Karma’ and its necessity in the current environment of India. Dr. Shah Ayaz Siddiqui  told about the schemes of ICN and ICN Expert Shri Hardik Murarka introduced villagers to contract farming, cashcrops, fisheries, several crop cycles and modern techniques of agriculture.  Through this ‘on line’ system ,the Chief Advisor Prof. K.V.Nagaraj Ji from Mysore,  the Senior Advisor Mr. Rakesh Lohumi Ji from Shimla (Himachal Pradesh), Mr. Vijay Kumar Verma, the  Group Editor ICN  from Chandigarh,Mr. C.P.Singh, Editor ICN Group from Lucknow, Lt. Col. Nilesh S. Ingle, the Principal Rashtriya Military School & Consulting Editor, from Dholpur, Rajsthan, Mrs. Barnali Bose, the Editor World, from Kolkata, Mrs. M.S.Mazumdar, the Editor ICN Group from Guwahati, Assam, Prof. R.K.Yadav,the Dean Lakhimpur Campus Agriculture University Kanpur & Executive Editor from Kanpur, Prof. Shweta, the Sr. Associate Editor from Kanpur, Mr. Rajiv Saxena, the Editor-ICN International, Dr. Ram Bhujel,the Director Aqua Centre AIT Thailand & Sr. Consulting Editor ICN and Ms. Varaporn Suthipeth from Thailand, VIC Belani Associate Editor From Thailand, Cyrus Etminan from Germany, Ms Lidiya Mayalkina, the Executive Editor International from Russia and Mr. Uzain from Ukraine participated in the program.  The Local villagers including Sri Hari Shankar Yadav (head of village), Mr. Chandra Pal Rawat, Mr. Nazm Mustafa, Mr. Balram Rawat, Mr. Jitendra Yadav Guddu Pradhan, Mr. Buddha Lal, Mr. Ram Rawat, Mr. Bhagwat Maurya and Mr. Sandeeo Yadav participated in this Webinar and Webshop led by former MLA of the area and social worker Mr. Indal Kumar Rawat with full enthusiasm and pledged for all round development of their area.

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