Government and non-government organizations and agencies of Nepal sent representatives for an orientation at CTU Argao’s shared service facility for handloom weaving on December 7.
Much was provided on approaches and strategies toward the promotion of small and medium enterprise, investment and entrepreneurship, as CTU Argao has been working on these aspects for years now.
Hablon sa Cebu , the trademark of the campus’ extension project, blends well with the changing tides of postmodernism built against the backdrop of industry 4.0.
The group showed great interest in the involvement of the university in revitalizing the local loom weaving industry and supporting industries through various innovations by the campus’ fabrication laboratory (Fablab).
CTU officials and Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)-Region VII personnel had a productive engagement with the Nepalese delegates from the Ministry of Land Marketing, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation (MoLCPA), Deutsche Geshellscraft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), and local and provincial government and non-government sectors. Prof. Evangeline Rellin/ICPA Argao