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Launch of Entrepreneurship program at GSSSIETW on 9th April 2018
A one year program on entrepreneurship and business management was launched at GSSSIETW college on 9th April 2018. Thirty participants have enrolled in the program, including 26 students and 4 faculty members. The program is being conducted by Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII), a National level apex institution promoted by IDBI Bank Ltd, SBI, ICICI Ltd, IFCI Ltd and Govt of Gujarat.
The objective of the training program is to develop entrepreneurial engineers, who by developing the entrepreneur skills, shall become the leaders / achievers in their future endeavors, although there shall be more focus on promoting technology startups among the students. The inputs of the training program will be:
All these inputs will be given in a phase wise manner, to ensure quality inputs and result oriented training.
With these inputs, the participants will get all the necessary training to develop themselves as “Corporate Entrepreneurs” who are the first choice for the employers / corporates.
The sessions will be handled by experienced faculties from EDII and other agencies such as IIM-B, NID, DRDO, Innovation experts, Management experts, Angel Investors, Bankers, Export Promotion Council etc.
Dr.Raman Gujral, Incharge, Southern Regional Office, EDII, Bengaluru inaugurated the program. Mr.Yeshaswi Nag, Project Officer, EDII, Bengaluru was present with him, along with Shri.R.K Bharath, CEO, GSSSIETW, Dr.Shivakumar.M, Principal, GSSSIETW and Dr.Padmashree, Head, ED Cell, GSSSIETW
Dignitaries at lighting of the Lamp for the launch of the Entrepreneurship Training Program
Group Photo of the enrolled students.
Shri.R.K.Bharath, CEO, GSSSIETW, Dr.Shivakumar, Principal, GSSSIETW, Dr.S.Padmashree, Head, ED Cell, GSSSIETW, Dr.Raman Gujral, Incharge, Southern Regional Office, EDII, Mr.Yeshaswi Nag, Project Officer, EDII are also present
Dr.Raman Gujral, EDII, addressing the gathering
Students and Faculty members of GSSSIETW during the program launch