Indian emerging entrepreneur Sheikh Asif launches free online courses for Nepalese

Kathmandu, July 3

Sheikh Asif, Founder and CEO of Menua digital menu platform, and Thames Infotecha Manchester-based information technology company, has announced free online entrepreneurship courses for interesting Nepalese.

The emerging entrepreneur from Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India says he is on a mission to revolutionize the IT industry and hence has started offering free courses in digital marketing, web design and of line graphics.

Sheikh Asif has trained over 1,000 students to date and helped over 100 companies in the Covid pandemic to bring businesses online. He has published three business books titled Digitization In Business, Online Business Ideas and Start a Business.

Due to financial problems in his family, Asif was unable to continue his studies and started working for local businesses. In 2016 he took over Thames Infotech, where he had worked for almost a year and a half. During his journey, he has won numerous awards, including Entrepreneur of the Year, Digital Marketing Expert, and Social Media Expert. He was nominated for India’s fourth highest civilian honour, Padma Shri in 2022.

Today, Sheikh Asif wants to share his skills with everyone in the world. With this mission, he started online classes in 2018 and trained many students, including those from Nepal.

“I have seen many Nepalese working in our territory as laborers. I haven’t found anyone working for a good company with a good position,” he told Onlinekhabar. “Now I want to teach them for free so they can come to Kashmir or work remotely for my company and other companies based in India. with good positions. “

Nepalese students can reach him directly via its official websitehis Facebook Where instagram to enroll for free in said courses with no hidden costs. These courses will be certified and employment oriented.