LAKHIMPUR: “To be a successful female entrepreneur is just as important as a skill set. To be successful, you need to focus on your personal journey and personal growth. Every day, everyone You need to be given the opportunity to learn, be innovative, and respond to that opportunity. Determination, tenacity, and motivated attitude will create and empower your success story. ” Said Mommy Peg of Lakhimpur on Tuesday. A prominent entrepreneur, organic farmer and environmental activist, said while participating in a program organized for the celebration of International Women’s Day at North Lakinpool University (Autonomy). At the university, the event was held by the Women’s Studies Center in collaboration with the Students’ Union. As part of the event, an interactive session was held with prominent female entrepreneurs, organic farmers and truly young achievers, environmental activists, to inspire university students in relation to this year’s theme. Of International Women’s Day. The program was initiated by Principal Beeman Chandra Cheitia, who gave a speech on sustainable development. Student Anwesha Neo emphasized Momee Pegu’s life and achievements. Dr. Kakari Buyan, Director of the Center for Women’s Studies, explained the theme of this year’s event, “Today’s Gender Equality for Sustainable Tomorrow,” and the theme of the campaign, “Breaking the Bias.” This year’s theme recognizes the contributions of women and girls around the world who are leading the way in adapting to and mitigating climate change and building a more sustainable future for all.
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