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Date/Schedule: 21 - September - 2020 to 1 - October - 2020
Speakers: Subramani, Lakshmi Narayanan, Dr. M.S.Shivakiran, Dr. C. Chandra Mouli, T. Anitha Kumari
Venue: Virtual
Participants: Faculty in-charge of Innovation/Entrepreneurship cells of Colleges & Universities and Other Faculty interested in Entrepreneurship

Program Content

The following aspects will be covered during the program:

  • Letter and spirit of Entrepreneurship and its relevance in educational institutes,

  • Design Thinking and Problem-solving

  • Social v/s Technology-based Entrepreneurship

  • Overview of startup and innovation ecosystem in India

  • Grants, funds, and investments landscape

  • Role & importance of R&D in Entrepreneurship

  • Business Opportunity Identification & Selection,

  • Information on the support system and various schemes of assistance for New Enterprise Creation,

  • Business Plan Preparation

  • Marketing, branding, and digital footprint

  • Establishing and Managing a New Enterprise,

  • Team Building, risk analysis, and mitigation

  • How to pitch the business idea?

  • Intellectual Property Rights

  • Exit strategies



  • Virtual Classroom lecture-cum-discussion on concepts and practices of entrepreneurship;

  • Case studies, group discussions, and exercises build skills and competencies;

  • Take home e-reading materials;

  • Intensive interaction with subject experts and successful entrepreneurs;

    Virtual Industrial visit to understand the overall operation and mechanism.


Program Objectives

The major objectives of this program are to create interest amongst faculty, sensitize them towards entrepreneurship and nuances of the startup ecosystem. Other specific objectives are to:

  • Equip the faculty with startup ecosystem processes, skills, and knowledge to lead the innovation/startup/entrepreneur cells in their respective colleges;

  • Understand the process of business idea generation, project formulation & screening for feasibility;

  • Identify and leverage the different avenues/support system available for students and faculty to convert their ideas into innovations and further into business ventures;

  • Give an overview of the startup network which includes mentor support, incubators, and investors in the country;

  • Learn how to identify, nurture, and mentor the students at the early stage of innovation.