Chennai, September 2019: Shasun Bazaar, the most awaited event of the Entrepreneurship Development Cell of Shasun Jain College for Women will hit the college corridors on 21st September 2019 between 8:45 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. The event will be inaugurated by Ms Veena Kumaravel, Founder, Naturals – India’s No. 1 Hair and Beauty Salon Chain. This year’s Bazaar promises to be extravagantly exciting.
The college aims at tapping the inspiration, creativity and courage of the students. It encourages the students to seize opportunities, thereby, providing economic growth at a personal and societal level.
It is also aimed at kindling the entrepreneurial skills and innovative abilities of young women and also honing their communication, presentation, marketing and managerial skills, giving them a true feel of being an entrepreneur and motivating them to work towards an entrepreneurial career path.
The college provides training through its ED cell ‘SHABASH’ and allows the students to efficiently market the products by interacting with the public through the Shasun Bazaar each year. The college equips students with the will to accept high level personal and professional risk to pursue their goals. It opens new vistas to the students and gives them an opportunity to be employers rather than employees. Social Entrepreneurship is the main focus of ‘ENACTUS’ which is another vertical of SHABASH. Shasun Jain College, adopted Kaliyanoor village near Kancheepuram where ENACTUS has been handholding a group of women through skill training and product development. The bazaar will provide space and encouragement to the women of Kaliyanoor and other women striving hard from the economically deprived sector who want to prove their mettle through self and group employment. These women groups will be identified through NGOs. The Bazaar goes all out in showing its support towards the environment by abstaining from the use of plastic in lines with Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.
Shasun Bazaar is successfully stepping into its 9th year. Emulating the previous years’ success, Shasun Bazaar expects an even bigger response this year both from the student entrepreneurs and the public. A team of about 500 students will operate 100 stalls in our college campus with an expected food fall of over 10,000 visitors.
Some highlights of the Bazaar are as follows:
- Clothing, Accessories and Footwear for men, women and children,
- Eco-Friendly Products,
- Customised, Self-designed Products,
- Automobile and Mobile Accessories,
- Cosmetics and Styling Products,
- Stationery items,
- State Ethnic Products,
- Imported Products – Handbags
- Unique, Intellectual Games,
- Scary House
- Photo Booth
Mouth-watering food from over 6 different cuisines.