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Syed Azharuddin,

An Activist, An Author and An Entrepreneur.

He hails from Warangal, a beautiful city and second capital of Telangana State, India.

He has a Masters Degree in VLSI System Design with a background of Electronics and Communication Engineering, he also studied M.A. English & M.Sc Psychology.

He have worked as an Assistant Professor for two & half years and contributed articles on various students/youth issues in Youth Ki Awaaz, HansIndia, The Companion, The Radiance weekly, Counter currents are among few. He Served as the General Secretary of Students Islamic Organization of India, and have also participated in many international and national conferences representing SIO like International conference for Rohingya, Conference on Assam NRC, International Conference on Islamophobia and International Conference of IIFSO at Turkey, among others.

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 Establishment of an Entrepreneurship Revenue Sale by the Student Islamic Organization (SIO) with the aim of providing self-reliance and employment opportunities.

In a world called ‘Global Village’ and where digitalization is being promoted in the name of development – educated young people suffer from stress due to shortage of employment opportunities or outages. Because it is a fact that education does not guarantee employment, many young students come up with new ideas to do something different, because each person has different characteristics. So a person who takes risks not only for his own earnings but also for providing employment opportunities to his friends, relatives, neighbors and the unemployed needy, is considered a good administrator or entrepreneur (Entrepreneur, Entrepreneur ) is called.

hold an Entrepreneurship Summit together to help, guide and earn each other. The “Entrepreneurship Summit 2017” held in Mumbai by SIO was an early effort from the student organization platform, and the establishment of the SIO Entrepreneurship Cell is the first of its kind.
Being India’s largest organization, the SIO has devised a policy to fill young students and young people with a commitment that opportunities should be created in the absence of opportunities, and the motto of their policy is something It is structured that “SIO will promote its organizational structure and its operation in the nation”. Also does It encourages freedom, independence, hard work and risk-taking. A capitalist manager not only depends on himself, but also creates employment opportunities for others. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) had also encouraged his Companions to use such a disciplined ability. If educated young people and various experts take innovative and creative steps instead of just doing the job, then the following The benefits will come from: 1. Self-reliance, 2) Providing job opportunities for others, 2 Improving the nation’s financial situation and development. Youth who take such initiatives will have a far-reaching impact on society, and they can provide resources as well as help to rebuild society on a much larger scale. Various schemes of the government and other non-governmental organizations (which also point to different sources of resources as well as resources) should also be taken advantage of. 1- Self-reliance, 2- Providing job opportunities for others, 2) Improvement and evolution of the nation’s financial situation. Youth who take such initiatives will have a far-reaching impact on society, and they can provide resources as well as help to rebuild society on a much larger scale. Various schemes of the government and other non-governmental organizations (which also point to different sources of resources as well as resources) should also be taken advantage of. 1- Self-reliance, 2- Providing job opportunities for others, 2) Improvement and evolution of the nation’s financial situation. Youth who take such initiatives will have a far-reaching impact on society, and they can provide resources as well as help to rebuild society on a much larger scale. Various schemes of the government and other non-governmental organizations (which also point to different sources of resources as well as resources) should also be taken advantage of.

The following are several aspects to be discussed at the two-day conference: Attitudes and Objectives and Practical Patterns: In an Islamic Perspective, Prophet Muhammad’s Approach to Entrepreneurship, Implementing Measures and Problems, Guidance for Development, The power of communicating things, conquering races in the digital world, the uncanny secret of choosing a move, conducting disciplinary thinking in a learning environment, a founding life, the challenges, ideas and ideas and challenges facing India. Exchange, a move that specializes in casual sports, steps in India Professional sector capitalist evolution of government policies for their durability.

The following experts were present at the conference to interact and interact with aspiring investors: Mr. Rehman Ansari (Textile Industry), Hamza Ali (Legal Jurisprudence), Mr. Anis Muhammad (Import Export), Mr. Jafar Matin (Expert Education), Mr. Mujtaba Farooq Sahib (Owner Asia Express), Dr. Taseef Malik (Social Capitalist, Administrator), Dr. Shariq Nisar (Expert Islamic Finance), Mr. Haji Abdul Rakib Sahib (General Secretary, IFIC), Mr. Mirza Afzal Baig ( CEO, Lithotech Engineers), Mr. Ashfaq Alam (Executive Member, Rafah Chamber of Commerce and Industry), Mr. Sameer (Chartered Accountant), Mr. Malik AS Dalslam (Owner, Country Data System), and Mr. Laiq Ahmed (AC member, SIO, India). The delegates also had students, investors and other aspiring investors from different provinces of the country, who attended the conference.

The SIO Entrepreneurship Cell was established just before the end of the conference, with the aim of building a link for future action plans and achievement. Mr. Khaleeq Ahmed (General Secretary, SIO, India) addressed the conference. Presided over the occasion, Mr. Jasim PP (National Secretary, SIO, India), Salman Mohammad (President, SIO, South Maharashtra), Shahid Muhammad (President, SIO, Rajasthan), Abrar Ali Syed ( Assistant Professor, Ahmedabad University) and Mr. Syed Azharuddin, Convenor of the Conference.

Conference contributors include Rifah Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Standard Touch Solutions, qsaudi.com, Lithotech Engineers, Malik Data Systems, Seahath Canning Company, Scholars Group of Schools, All India Muslim Business and Startup Network, Association of Muslim Entrepreneurs , And the Indian Center for Islamic Finance. Official media partners were The Companion, Chatr Vimarsh, Rafeeq e Manzil, India Tomorrow and Asia Express.

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