Inauguration of E-Spirit 2007, an entrepreneurship fest, on Sunday marked the beginning of the Entrepreneurship Week in Jyothi Nivas College.
Speaking after inaugurating, Jayant Shah, founder of Chemical Addiction Monitoring (CAIM) Treatment Centre, said that CAIM was the first de-addiction centre of its kind in India. It, he said, had successfully treated about 50 million addicts. Shah was of the opinion that addiction results from neither a weak will nor from a lapse of value system, as most of us led to belive. It is rather a disease which ought to be treated like one. He urged students to overcome fear and take up challenges in life.
Mandeep Kataria and Rajeev Talreja, student entrepreneurs, Nilima, member, National Entrepreneurship Network, and Jyothi Nivas principal, Sr. Philomena cardoza were present.