Saathi Sanga Manka Kura Episode 848_Vocational Training

Issue: Vocational Training

Episode: 848

The issue of this week's episode is vocational training. The episode starts off with the hosts responding to feedback and query about the program sent by a regular listener.

In the drama this week, Satya, a differently abled man is finding it really difficult to keep a job to support his household. On a trip to town, he sees a doughnut shop and is fascinated by its burgeoning business. Thinking this will somewhat help with his economic condition, he gathers necessary information about the business, takes a small loan and starts his own doughnut business. He heads out to sell doughnuts he made door to door in his village but he is bullied and made fun of for his efforts. What will happen next? Tune into this week's episode to find out.

A few friends share their opinions on what things you should keep in mind before starting a business.

In Saathi lai Saathi ko Sallah segment, a problem sent by a listener about excessive white discharge from genital is addressed. An interview with Dr. Aruna Upreti is also included to get an expert's opinion on the matter.

The VOY question is: In your opinion, why is it important to plan and prepare ahead before starting a business?

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Anonymous's picture

Great article! This topic is very interesting and improtant in my opinion. It reminds me how I ordered an essay from I needed short article about undergraduated education from my college classes but didn't have time to write it on my own so I decided to order it.

Anonymous's picture

Vocational training is preparing for a particular vocation or exchange, barring the callings. Vocational training centers around pragmatic utilizations of abilities learned, and is by and large unconcerned with hypothesis or customary scholastic aptitudes.

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