Ppt on rural entrepreneurship in india

ECONOMICS IN SOUTHERN AND EASTERN ASIA

founded by Indian entrepreneurs In addition to these large financial empires, India is also a land of smaller entrepreneurs in what is known as the micro-credit industry Thousands of Indian men and women have been able to borrow small amounts of money to start little local businesses Entrepreneurship through micro-credit is changing the quality of life in many rural Indian villages Entrepreneurship in China is relatively/


USING TELECENTRES IN IMPROVING FARMING SYSTEMS IN AFRICA By A. Koda Traore, CTA Seminar on ICT for Development - Innovation of Rural Information Systems.

Three pillar model: Enabled FrameworkGovernments Wide Area NetworksPrivate Public Partnership Tele(service)centresFront-end Common Service Centre Scheme, (CCS) India ACP agricultural development ICTs media rural communities value chain youth networking opportunities communication knowledge sharing par Adapted from Dr Arun Varma, CCS scheme in India Photo credit: cta E-Government Services Market Linkages, Supply Chain, Distribution & Logistics Education, Healthcare, Agricultural Extension, etc Community/


TOURISM FOR DEVELOPMENT: STRATEGY & PROCESS MANAGEMENT ARVIND MAYARAM INDIA YES Summit, Nairobi 2006.

MANAGEMENT ARVIND MAYARAM INDIA YES Summit, Nairobi 2006 Why Tourism Sustainable Livelihood Poverty Alleviation Uplift of Rural Artists Uplift of Rural Artisans Empowerment of Women Improvement in Urban and Rural Infrastructure Better Image,/sector Entrepreneurship Management Institutes –Entrepreneurship development for SMEs –Tourism specific entrepreneurship programmers for tourism enabled services INITIATIVE: Institutions Human Resource Development (Indicative) Institutes of Hotel Management –HRD in /


1 Innovations in Financing the Poor: The Role of Rising Academics in Microenterprise Warner Woodworth Professor, Marriott School Brigham Young University.

among marginalized communities 11 Years:Developing new courses or classroom modules in public entrepreneurship, systems of microcredit, NGO management, Third World development, social /in some 80 rural villages: water wells, gardens, health care, reforestation, schools for children, literacy for adults, and economic development. 19.Unitus – 2 students received internships in 1999-2001 to work with Unitus in designing a strategy for accelerating microcredit. Current efforts are focused in Mexico and India/


Common Services Centre ICT Initiative of Government of India for Rural Service Delivery Ashis Sanyal Senior Director (e-Governance) Department of Information.

that to bring sustainable economic and social growth in underserved rural India by using the benefits ICT, one has to/in rural India E-Government AgricultureSocial Inclusion Tele-medicineEducation Entertainment Common Services Centres 27 IT for Change Workshop 18-20 January’ 2007, Bangalore Summary Issues  CSCs to be owned and operated by local villagers  Multi-service Delivery  Govt. and Private Services  Govt. services for credibility  Private services for financial sustainablity  Entrepreneurship/


Self-Employment in Household Enterprises and Access to Credit: Gender Differences during India’s Rural Banking Reform Yana van der Meulen Rodgers, Rutgers.

Self-Employment in Household Enterprises and Access to Credit: Gender Differences during India’s Rural Banking Reform Yana van der Meulen Rodgers, Rutgers University Nidhiya Menon, Brandeis University June 3, 2009 The World Bank Conference on Female Entrepreneurship: Constraints and Opportunities Organization Motivation Background Methodology and data Results for self-employment determinants –Individual characteristics and household factors –Household loan activity Discussion and policy implications /


Sunder Singh, B.G. DSIR. INDIA

India Increased prioritization of knowledge base – both traditional and contemporary as the national resource, and knowledge based industries as vehicles of faster economic development Growing attention on stock and quality of brain power and efforts to recognize and nurture talent Profile on Higher Learning Universities 213 Univ + Deemed Universities 89 Medical 18 Agricultural 40 Colleges – General 16,885 Colleges in Rural/ funding Science & Technology Entrepreneurship Program (STEP) Technology Business/


Skill Formation in the Unorganised / Informal Sector in India

Share of persons with formal skills increases from STs, SCs, OBCs to Others in that order In most cases in India, skills are acquired through inter-generational learning and/or systems of informal apprenticeships./ , initiated in 2007 one million persons would be trained or their existing skills tested and certified under Modular Employable Skills (MES) framework MSME - Entrepreneurship Development Programmes (EDP), Entrepreneurship Skill Development Programmes (ESDP), KVIC’s Rural Employment Generation /


SANGHARSHA Team Leader: Dhananjay Karvir Thakare, SGBA University Team Member: Shruti Jain, SSCBS, Delhi University Country: India.

ripe for rural entrepreneurship. They will not only be more adaptive to their local environment and sustain their families successfully, but also their endeavors will generate more jobs in the area, ultimately attracting other young individuals to experience the same. Development in the agro sector will bring high revenue the demand for food products, especially for the ones inherently grown and processed in India, is increasing/


Rural GA in the Global Economic Olympics Center for the Study of Rural America, FRBKC Mark Drabenstott Vice President & Director Center for the Study of.

level. County Entrepreneurial Growth and Employment Growth Calculations based on BEA, Regional Economic Information System data Center for the Study of Rural America, FRBKC Recruitment Retention Entrepreneurship Policy for Regional Competitiveness Recruitment Retention Entrepreneurship Current Policy Source: Dabson This requires a shift in policy... 2 And access to equity capital… Equity capital is the lifeblood of entrepreneursEquity capital is the lifeblood of entrepreneurs …yet/


India and the Knowledge Economy: Leveraging Strengths and Opportunities Carl Dahlman and Anuja Utz World Bank Institute November 9, 2004 New Delhi.

in traditional knowledge and local entrepreneurship, which is being encouraged by various measures (including a recently created National Innovation Foundation). A series of laws on IPRs have been passed in the past two years. © K4D, WBI Benchmarking the Innovation in India India/ states, and within states Risk of rising unemployment and increasing internal inequality, especially between urban and rural, and large marginalized population © K4D, WBI The Way Forward Critical to go from analysis of problems/


GREEN GREEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENTREPRENEURSHIPCHALLENGES AND AND BENEFITS BENEFITS.

that Meets the Needs of Present Without Compromising the Ability of Future Generations to Meet Their Needs GREEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP CHALLENGES 4 Conservation of Critical Resources like Water, Energy along with Recycling and Recovery of Pollutants from Waste/Prosperity CASE STUDY : ITC ITC E-CHOUPAL DEVELOPING RURAL MARKET e-HUB e-CHOUPAL-THE IDEA e-Choupal is an initiative of ITC Limited, a conglomerate in India, to link directly with rural farmers via the Internet for procurement of agricultural and/


Common Services Centre ICT Initiative of Government of India for Rural Service Delivery Ashis Sanyal Senior Director (e-Governance) Department of Information.

demonstrate that to bring sustainable economic and social growth in underserved rural India by using the benefits ICT, one has to /in rural India E-Government AgricultureSocial Inclusion Tele-medicineEducation Entertainment Common Services Centres 27 ELITEX 2007, 10-11 January 2007, New Delhi Summary Issues  CSCs to be owned and operated by local villagers  Multi-service Delivery  Govt. and Private Services  Govt. services for credibility  Private services for financial sustainablity  Entrepreneurship/


SCHOOL FOR HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (SHRD) Department of Entrepreneurship and Procurement HEE 4102 Entrepreneurship development BY Prof. Henry M. Bwisa.

in Economic Development (cont.) Three types of innovation: – Ordinary - New products with little technological change. – Technological – New products with significant technological advancement. – Breakthrough – New products with some technological change. 6/13/201698H.M. Bwisa Entrepreneurship and rural development: Seven unique challenges for rural entrepreneurs 1) culture that promotes entrepreneurship/.M. Bwisa Western Influence Parameter of Quality in India is “Becoming” Risk One dimensional man/woman/


Entrepreneurship Education in India K Ramachandran Professor of Entrepreneurship & Strategy Indian School of Business

, IIMA, IIMB, IIMC, IIML Incubator, Student Club, Promotional Activities XLRI, XIMB, SPJain, BITS Pilani Student Club, Promotional Activities ENTREPRENEURSHIP AT ISB Entrepreneurship education in India: –Impact making islands –Great opportunity (self, organisation, local and national economy) –Critical factors: Faculty availability Expertise and need for capacity building Entrepreneurship Education in India: Problems Absence of faculty awareness, opportunities, and interest Lack of skills and knowledge/


CEL Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership BITS Entrepreneurship Model By Prof Arya Kumar Chief ED &IPR Unit, BITS, Pilani and Prof Anil Bhat, Group Leader.

that provides faculty around the world with details on how to create and operate multi discipline and multi- functional entrepreneurship Center between April 16-27 2007 at Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley  In-house Learning Sessions (IHLS)  2 Competitions held under “Ideas for Rural India” (I4RI) Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, BITS Pilani  6 workshops and 30 interactive sessions with Entrepreneurs under “Meet an/


India School Fund (ISF) Ensure effective delivery of quality education and drive entrepreneurship to break the vicious cycle of poverty in rural areas.

India School Fund (ISF) Ensure effective delivery of quality education and drive entrepreneurship to break the vicious cycle of poverty in rural areas. ISF Make a difference in the world www.indiaschoolfund.org 2 Timeline: Steadily progressed from a dream to opening fully functional school in/of preventable diseases Systemic Approach to macro-economic development in rural areas Summary  Technical skills: Literacy-math- science, entrepreneurship, vocational  Soft skills: communication, negotiation, critical/


Vocational Education and Training in India

duration of courses, they are not designed to offer skills to the low-educated people. Skill Development in India Vocational Education Vocational Training For organized sector (ITIs and ITCs mainly address this) For unorganized or informal / boards, state institutes of rural development and institutions run by voluntary agencies. Trainees receive a stipend during their training which is normally for six months. Entrepreneurship Development Centers/Institutes provide training in different fields based on the/


P K Jain & Geeta Khulbe. Genesis and Growth of NKC The Prime Minister of India, Dr. Man Mohan Singh constituted National Knowledge Commission on 13th.

in 1956 for the by Central legislation. Medical Education Keeping in view the wide disparity in the distribution of health professionals and health services in India NKC recommended for reforms in medical education with inclination towards care-driven, rural/It foresees a National Innovation System, where entrepreneurship at the national and local levels is encouraged. Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship is a critical element of a growth economy. Entrepreneurship in India is on the rise and is generating /


PRESENTATION BY Dr. ARUN VARMA RURAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND LIFESTYLE IMPROVEMENT.

650 M Indians[ Amongst largest ever projects of its kind]  All CSCs to be broadband enabled  To be deployed in a PPP Framework;with focus on Rural Entrepreneurship  CSCs to deliver an array of public-private services[Link slide]  CSCs envisaged as agents of rural transformation in India The Services Model E-Government Services E-Commerce / Online Marketplace Education, Healthcare, Agricultural Extension, etc Entertainment Data Collection/


Gandhian Vision of Rural Industrialization – Needs and challenges.

for ‘quick employment generation’ Growth in Economy India’s Development Experience 35% below poverty line- huge unemployment Unaccounted money in circulation: 30-50% of GDP Transparency International : India nearly at the top in corruption Total Debt : ~Rs2,000/at all levels) related to KVI Sector –Practical training in good KVI units –Seek Grants for projects related to KVIC Sector – Rural entrepreneurship as a viable career –Rural Energy & Infrastructure Development Identify policy changes to give /


1 Teaching Innovation - Entrepreneurial - Global The Centre for Technology enabled Teaching & Learning, N Y S S, India DTEL DTEL (Department for Technology.

India DTEL DTEL (Department for Technology Enhanced Learning) UNIT 5:- SYLLABUSDTEL. Concept of entrepreneurship 1 its relations in economic developments, 2 Eventuation of concept of entrepreneur 3 characteristics of an Entrepreneur 4 2 Types of entrepreneurs, Qualities of entrepreneur 5 Factors affecting growth of entrepreneurship/. 12 The Functions of an entrepreneur in a developing economy in the context of the environmental forces i.e economic, rural,political and culture. Accordingly the entrepreneur /


1 1. 2 2  Goal Setting  Entrepreneurial Skills – Awareness and Development Understanding Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship as a Process Basic Elements.

1 1 2 2  Goal Setting  Entrepreneurial Skills – Awareness and Development Understanding Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship as a Process Basic Elements Entrepreneurial Competencies Venture Project Planning & Entrepreneurship Cycles Entrepreneurship Courses in India Contents 3 3 Set specific measurable goals for themselves in their personal and/ or professional life. Understand the skills and the intricacies involved in starting an entrepreneurial venture. By the end of this module, the student will be able/


An Analysis. This entry in the notification exempts services provided to UNO or specified international organisation. UNO has not been defined and it.

) Cattle Insurance under Swarnajaynti Gram Swarozgar Yojna (earlier known as Integrated Rural Development Programme); (c) Scheme for Insurance of Tribals; (d)/Entrepreneurship Development Board (NSTEDB) of the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India and who has entered into an agreement with the TBI or the STEP to enable himself to develop and produce hi-tech and innovative products; 28. Service by an unincorporated body or a non- profit entity registered under any law for the time being in/


From Ideas to Wealth thru Entrepreneurship U. B. Desai SPANN Lab Dept. of Electrical Engineering IIT-Bombay www.ee.iitb.ac.in/~ubdesai.

can be the driver for other industries In India service industry can be the driver for other industries Service Industry Sectors: Banking, insurance, education, finance, marketing, entertainment, leisure and so on. Today ITES (IT enabled services) is a multibillion dollar industry 20-08-2005 13Ideas to Wealth thru Entrepreneurship Indian GDP 56% 22% GDP: $650 billion Rural GDP $160 billlion GDP from IT industry/


1 THEME : SOCIAL AND HUMAN DEVELOMENT Generating Employment Opportunities in Karnataka A Way Forward Paper Presented at the 2 Days Seminar on “11th Five.

 Poverty incidence – declined more sharply in Rural area.  Work participation rate for /Entrepreneurship as a closely linked theme : A limiting factor Skill essential for : (i)Absorbing new technology. (ii)Increase productivity. (iii)Ensure decent income for living. Liberalization/Globalization – Structural change displacement require rapid skill building. -To tap opportunities. -To minimize social costs. 19 Skills (Contd. …) ─95% of the world youth (15-35 years) learn skill with 4000 choices. ─In India/


IMPORTANCE OF SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES

categorized as a small- scale unit if it fulfils the capital investment limit fixed by the Government of India for the small-scale sector As per the latest definition which is effective since December 21, 1999, for/sector. Other measures include credit marketing, technology, and entrepreneurship development, fiscal, financial and infrastructural support. In 1999, the government established the Ministry of Small Scale Industries and Agro and Rural industries to make policy decisions for the development and /


Nature & Development of Entrepreneurship

items. Industrial Finance Corporation of India( IFCI). National Small Scale Industrial Development Corporation (NSSIDC) National Bank of Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) Small Industries Development Bank of India( SIDBI) National Institute of Small/in several countries entrepreneurial talents are found in persons having particular socio-economic background. For e.g.: Christians contributes to entrepreneurship in Lebanon, Halai Memon industrialists in Pakistan and Marwadis and Parsis in India/


Welcome to Presentation on: Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India: Its Role in Developing SME Entrepreneurship in: 7th International CEO Forum.

Welcome to Presentation on: Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India: Its Role in Developing SME Entrepreneurship in: 7th International CEO Forum for Chief Executives of Development Finance Institutions at: Siem Reap (Cambodia) by: Dr. Dinesh Awasthi Director Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India Ahmedabad 18 th November 2010 A national resource institution committed to promoting entrepreneurs through education, training, research and institution building Set up in 1983 by National /


Diploma in Basic Rural Technology (DBRT)

rural to urban migration Giving multi skill base for specialization Developing entrepreneurship History Center of Indian Institute of Education (IIE), Pune Founded in 1983 by scientist turned educationalist Dr. S. S. Kalbag Aimed to find problems in/Bihar and Maharashtra. 28 students getting scholarship from other donors and VA scholarship funds IBT program expansion in other parts of India. 130+ schools in 5 states. 207 IBT instructors completed training this year. Updates - Highlights Total of 47 students/


Millennium Project India Node (July 2004) Anandhavalli Mahadevan Vice-Chancellor Mother Teresa Women’s University Kodaikanal India.

Tamil Nadu Wealth Ranking Herbal Technology University Administration Self Help Group Studies Entrepreneurship STATUS OF WOMEN IN INDIA AND TAMIL NADU Total Population in India and Tamil Nadu (in Millions) Percent Distribution of Estimated Population by Age- Group, Sex and Residence in India (1999) Birth Rate in Tamilnadu and India – Per 1000 Population Death Rate in Tamil Nadu and India – Per 1000 Population Infant Mortality Rate – Per 1000 live births Expectation of/


What Makes an Area an ICT City By Dr. T.H. CHOWDARY Director: Center for Telecom Management and Studies Chairman: Pragna Bharati (intellect India ) Former:

200610 India’s Tragedy 19512006 Contribution of Agriculture to GDP 67%<20% Rural Population85%72% Labour dependent upon agriculture 70%65% THC_CTMSS319_Oct 200611 In Rural India Literacy (62%) & Education ( About 15%) Per capita income All IndiaUrban Rural Rs/ move) THC_CTMSS319_Oct 200619 Most Importantly (1/2) A government which is “evangelist” about education, talent, entrepreneurship; out-reaching; facilitative; friendly seductive A local body ( Municipal Corporation) which is caring, responsive and not/


Entrepreneurship Management Training and Entrepreneurship Development Programme in India Importance of training Methods of training EDP- Need and importance.

on machinery and components Production of technologically advanced machines Entrepreneurship Management Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII) Develops programmes for entrepreneurial training and development Develops innovative training techniques for trainers Focused attention on women entrepreneurs with first such EDP in 1988 EDP for rural entrepreneurship development in U.P and Orissa Famous for organising camps on entrepreneurship Condusted EDP in Sri Lanka, Nepal, Ghana, Kenya etc/


Amir A. Hasson & Dr. Rich Fletcher Developmental Entrepreneurship Class Presentation MIT Media Lab September 25, 2003.

First National eGovernance Initiative in India Computerization of all land records in state of Karnataka - - Manual land records illegal Some 500,000 land record transactions/ month Seeking means of decentralizing its database using wireless technology DakNet-Bhoomi Pilot Rough Cut Rural Karnataka, India Cambodia: Village Schools Business Strategy Vision Same factors driving WiFi revolution in developed world could drive a revolution in developing world: low cost for/


Empowering women through financial education

illiterate or semi-literate women in rural areas of India Female MSMEs Various ILO projects in Cambodia SEWA in India GREAT Women project in the Philippines Improving women’s financial strategies e.g., providing girls with financial literacy training and access to savings account in Mongolia and Bangladesh In developing economies: Increasing financial inclusion and improving the use of formal saving products; supporting female entrepreneurship e.g., helping women approaching/


VILLAGE ADOPTION PROGRAMME

exhibitions -Train farmers and local youth about Food Processing and value addition -Encourage villagers to form producer’s company and establish small Food Processing Units NIFTEM believes: In teaching its students that upliftment of India at grass root level is an important social obligation and Looks forward to coming up with many success stories in this star programme! ..Redefining entrepreneurship in rural food sector Thank You


VILLAGE ADOPTION PROGRAMME NIFTEM’s Initiative to Link Rural Food Sector to Mainstream Economy Small step to make a giant leap…

Processing and value addition -Encourage villagers to form producer’s company and establish small Food Processing Units VILLAGE ADOPTION: With a Sharpened Focus in coming year NIFTEM believes In teaching its students that upliftment of India at grass root level is an important social obligation, and Looks forward to coming up with many success stories in this star programme! Thank You..Redefining entrepreneurship in rural food sector


Achievements, Initiatives and Policies Department of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Ministry of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, Youth Affairs.

skilled manpower, increase the outreach in terms of skill development efforts penetrating to the rural areas as well as catering to the village level demand as the initiatives on skill development are presently confined to the district level only Focus also on small and micro enterprise and create an environment for boosting entrepreneurship and work towards making India the Manufacturing Capital of the world/


INDIA FASTEST GROWING FREE MARKET DEMOCRACY IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY

is estimated to be US $ 1b The penetration of cable TV, in the rural segment is expected to grow by 12 % pa The music industry in India is expected grow at 20 % pa FM radio broadcasting has been privatized/, DICss, CFTIs   SSI Sector Industrial Infrastructure SIDCs, SSIDCs, HUDCO Marketing SIDO, NSIC,SSIDCs, EPCs Entrepreneurship Development SIDO, EDI, NIESBUD, SISIs Specialized Institutions Contribution Of SSI In India 95% of Industrial Units > 8,000 Products 35% of National Exports SSI Over 11 m Units /


ECONOMIC UNDERSTANDING Factors that Influence Economic Growth; Human Capital & Capital (India, China, and Japan) Standard SS7E10:

they introduce innovation and help economies adapt to the changing conditions in our world today. The rapid pace of growth and the huge population in Asian countries offer excellent opportunities for entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship is rising dramatically in India and China. India has a particularly high rate of business owners with training and facilities, especially in rural areas. In China, private business is the fastest growing segment of the economy/


Chapter 13: Strategic Considerations for the Triple Bottom Line in High-Tech Companies.

lines, rail, and electricity ◦ Particularly in rural or impoverished markets where “business case” doesn’t support tele- communications investment in infrastructure  Non-profit Ventures ◦ See section on Social Entrepreneurship ©2010 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as/ Corporate Citizenship Initiatives  Technology Expert: Intel’s Environmental Strategy in China  Technology Solution: Nanosolar  End-of-Book Case: SELCO- Solar Power in India ©2010 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Prentice Hall All /


Address to be delivered in STI Workshop at Tehran, Iran, July 26-31, 2015.

, visits and exchange of experts, holding scientific and technological Workshops, implementation of Joint Projects, training, exchange of experiences in regard of S&T infrastructure, women entrepreneurship and technology in rural areas Responsibility of implementing this Agreement rests with the Ministry of Science & Technology of the Government of Republic of India and the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology of Government of Islamic Republic of Iran/


SMEs & Entrepreneurship 2007 Entrepreneurial Solutions to Insoluble Problems.

to account for 84% of increase in global energy consumption by 2030 Emissions of carbon dioxide will jump by 57%, 2005-2030 China becomes world’s biggest emitter this year, India the third largest by 2015 Environmental /Social Entrepreneurship Empowerment Zone’ –NC: low profit, limited liability partnerships (L3C) ConclusionIntroduction Wave 4 Government Elsewhere … Small Business Innovation Grants: all US federal agencies spending more than $100m set aside minimum 2.5% for SBIRs California: Rural Economic/


PUNJAB AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT AND EXTENSION TRAINING INSTITUTE (PAMETI) PAU CAMPUS, LUDHIANA TO HELP IN PROVIDING EFFECTIVE EXTENSION SERVICES TO THE.

Karnal, Haryana (EEI) 10. Centre for Research in Rural and Industrial Development, Chandigarh (CRRID) 11. Punjab State Cooperative Departments (PSCD) 12. Directorate of Marketing & Inspection, Government of India, New Delhi (DMI) 13. National Institute of Agricultural/-Clinic and Agri-Business Centres0673 16Training Sponsored by Public/Private Agencies211085 17 Entrepreneurship Development/Small Business Planning 0599 18Special Seminar121941 19CAD Sponsored Programme04129 20NIAM Sponsored Seminars //


ENTREPRENEURSHIP MANAGEMENT Social Entrepreneurship Prof Bharat Nadkarni.

people employed in the social entrepreneurship sector. Secondly, social enterprises provide employment opportunities and job training to segments of society at an employment disadvantage (long-term unemployed, disabled, homeless, at-risk youth and gender-discriminated women). In the case of Grameen, the economic situation of six million disadvantaged women micro- entrepreneurs were improved. A similar SHG movement is helping disadvantaged women in rural in India. 2.Innovation/


CA N Balasubramanian 6/6/20161. Different Stroke  Service has been defined in clause (44) of the new section 65B and means -clause (44) of the new.

Services by way of transportation by rail or a vessel from one place in India to another of the following goods -  (a) petroleum and /;  (c) prisoners; or  (d) persons over the age of 65 years residing in a rural area; 6/6/201671 Some more Definitions- Per Mega Exemption Notification  “charitable activities” means /Entrepreneurship Park (STEP) recognised by the National Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board (NSTEDB) of the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India/


SCHOOL FOR HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (SHRD) Department of Entrepreneurship and Procurement HEE 4108 :ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT THEORY Prof. Henry.

/economics nexus, entrepreneurship in economic theory, entrepreneurship and market forces, supply/demand aspects of national entrepreneurship,,entrepreneurship and the theory of the firm, entrepreneurship and economic growth, process of entrepreneurship development, barriers to entrepreneurship, perspectives/types of entrepreneurship (social, political, public sector, academic, corporate, private, rural), internalitionalzation of entrepreneurship, emerging issues in entrepreneurship theory. COURSE/


ECONOMIC UNDERSTANDING Factors that Influence Economic Growth; Human Capital & Capital (India, China, and Japan) Standard SS7E10:

they introduce innovation and help economies adapt to the changing conditions in our world today. The rapid pace of growth and the huge population in Asian countries offer excellent opportunities for entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship is rising dramatically in India and China. India has a particularly high rate of business owners with training and facilities, especially in rural areas. In China, private business is the fastest growing segment of the economy/


UNIQUE BUSINESS FOR ENTREPRENEURS. There are no certain formulas to become successful entrepreneur’s soon making good profits, and sink in the business.

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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE. MISSION To prepare future professionals to blossom in the local, national and global markets by equipping with depth theoretical.

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