Events & Exhibitions
To promote a dynamic business ecosystem for the SC ST entrepreneurs, CSCC holds interactive sessions with different stakeholders for exchange of ideas.
CSCC, as FICCI’s partner held Stakeholders Meet on 20th June, 2018, in an effort to understand the challenges faced by the SC/ST entrepreneurs and to suggest solutions/interventions thereof in order to Promote and Support the SC ST entrepreneurs’ interests.
CSCC –inclusivity arranged the participation of SC ST entrepreneurs in different events organized by FICCI.
CSCC & Inclusivity organized ‘Exploring Export Opportunities in Eurasia for the SC ST Entrepreneurs’ on July 3, 2018, at FICCI Federation House. Four Indian Ambassadors from Eurasian countries: Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan initiated discussion on business opportunities for the SC ST entrepreneurs in Eurasia/ Foreign market.
FICCI and CSCC-Inclusivity collaborated to host Hathkargha, 2018, at the Constitution Club of India on 9th and 10th October, 2018.
CSCC-Inclusivity partnered with FICCI to set up an exclusive pavilion for the SC ST Handicrafts and handloom workers to promote their products.
CSCC-Inclusivity were FICCI’s knowledge partner for the Buyer Seller Meets, carried out for the M/O MSME held at Nagpur, Hyderabad, Pune, Raipur, Chennai, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Wayanad, Plakkad, Kolkata starting from mid-January, 2019, to mid-March, 2019.
CSCC –inclusivity organized ‘HastShilp 2019’ for the SC ST craftsmen/women to present their diverse arts and crafts to people and to the domestic and foreign buyers with the support of NSIC.
HastShilp, held on 23rd & 24th January 2019, at the Constitution club of India, the first of its kind Craft Exhibition showcased the living craft traditions prevalent among the SC ST. Participating Artisans came from all over India including SHG groups such as Swayamsiddha, Lupin Foundation, etc. The other participants were NI-MSME, IDEMI, and All India Artisans and Craft Workers’ Welfare Association, AIACA, and Various NGOs.
CSCC-Inclusivity held the 2nd edition of “Hast-Shilp 2019” in collaboration with NSIC and NSSH for the SC/ST artisans and small enterprises.
Organized on 21st to 23rd October 2019, at the Constitution club of India, Delhi, Artisans and small enterprises brought value to the Craft Exhibition similar to its preceding edition, entrepreneurs all across India came to showcase their handicraft products & skills. Encouragement from buyers and supporting agencies of the Government ensured that the “Make in India” national message of our Hon’ble Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi reached SC ST craftsmen and effort was made to make them a part of India’s Handicraft market.
CSCC-Inclusivity held the 3rd edition of “Hast-Shilp ” in collaboration with NSIC and NSSH for the SC/ST artisans and small enterprises.
Hast-Shilp 3rd edition, organized on 29th February to 2nd March 2020, at the Aga Khan Hall, Delhi. Similar to its preceding edition, entrepreneurs from different parts of the country came to showcase their handicraft products & skills. For Value edition to their craft different packaging tips were provided by Mr. Madhav Chakraborty, Joint Director & Regional Head – Indian Institute of Packaging, Delhi and design interventions by Mr. Navneet Gaur, Marketing Consultant, CSCC.
First edition of Dalit Enterprise was introduced to the public at India International Center.
Inspired by Black Enterprise, India’s first ever Dalit magazine, the Dalit Enterprise seeks to provide visibility, platform and voice to the Dalit community month after month and aim to make entrepreneurship a role model among Dalits. The magazine also creates awareness on policy issues and schemes that impact the SC ST entrepreneurs, and sensitize the stakeholders to all their concerns. It has successfully completed a year of publication. The first sample of the magazine was released on 27th October, 2017, by the Hon’ble Minister, Shri Dharmendra Pradhan Ji, at India International Centre, New Delhi with currently twelve issues under its title.
A project work initiative with focus on skilling and Entrepreneurship promotion among the SC/ST.
Skilling SC ST candidates in different job roles in Uttar Pradesh, under Min. of MSDE. The Project started in 2020. The initiative would focus on giving information, training and support to SC ST candidates, in order to steer them to employment, self – employment or establishing their own business. It would resolve hurdles/challenges in the way of building an enabling ecosystem for entrepreneurship locally. It is a high-touch bottom-up intervention with a view to support the initiatives of the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. At the end of the intervention period, the program would try to ensure that all candidates are either Self-employed, Employed, or Entrepreneurs. It would provide relevant skills and livelihoods to generate consistent income and encourage growth of entrepreneurship among them. Carried out Ministry of MSME sanctioned ESDP projects in Uttar Pradesh in 2020.