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ENTREPRENEURSHIP SKILLS WORKSHOP

Learning is a lifelong process that extends beyond the classroom. So, why should one restrict oneself to a traditional job? Why not start a new business? In recent times in Indian economy, new businesses have evolved as an alternative to otherwise confined careers. Working for a new business organization is rewarding for many people because they get exposed to various areas like business strategy development, marketing, communications as well as commercial aspects of scientific research. Government is also framing new policies, which contain the definition of e-commerce units, classification by size, scale and norms for the workforce and procedures to start businesses in India and other countries.

Given this economic scenario, a 2 day Entrepreneurship skills workshop has been organized at Jaypee Business School, Noida on 22nd and 23rd August, in an attempt to train the participants in all major areas related to starting and successfully running new businesses.

The workshop had the following 7 major components

  1. Launching New Ventures

  2. Business Plan for New Ventures

  3. Make in India

  4. Legal Process for New Ventures

  5. Funding of New Ventures

  6. Management of New Ventures

  7. New Generation Entrepreneurship

The trainers for the workshop included experts from the industry and faculty members of Jaypee Business School. Mr. Vivek Agarwal, founder and CEO of Liqvid conducted the module on funding of new ventures. Prof. Jaijit Bhattacharya, Govt. Transformation expert, partner at KPMG and President, Centre for Digital Economy Policy Research,  conducted a highly interactive session on Make in India. Mr. Gaurav Bansal, Mr. Mayank Goel and Ms. Mehak Chhabra of Registrationwala.com gave inputs and handled all queries related to launching of new ventures and business plans. Prof. Ashok Wahi, senior professor in the area of IT at Jaypee Business School, made the participants aware of new generation entrepreneurship. Prof. G. K. Agarwal and Prof. Sujata Kapoor, experienced faculty members of Jaypee Business School gave inputs on legal process for new ventures and management of new ventures respectively.

The workshop participants included 4 students from various business schools outside Jaypee Business School, 3 students from JIIT, 3 faculty members from JIIT, 1 research scholar and 12 students from Jaypee Business School.

Vice Chancellor of JIIT deemed University, Prof. S. C. Saxena inaugurated the workshop. Dr. S. Suresh, head  of Entrepreneurship Cell, Jaypee Business School was the coordinator of the workshop.

Learning is a lifelong process that extends beyond the classroom. So, why should one restrict oneself to a traditional job? Why not start a new business? In recent times in Indian economy, new businesses have evolved as an alternative to otherwise confined careers. Working for a new business organization is rewarding for many people because they get exposed to various areas like business strategy development, marketing, communications as well as commercial aspects of scientific research. Government is also framing new policies, which contain the definition of e-commerce units, classification by size, scale and norms for the workforce and procedures to start businesses in India and other countries.

Given this economic scenario, a 2 day Entrepreneurship skills workshop has been organized at Jaypee Business School, Noida on 22nd and 23rd August, in an attempt to train the participants in all major areas related to starting and successfully running new businesses.

The workshop had the following 7 major components

  1. Launching New Ventures

  2. Business Plan for New Ventures

  3. Make in India

  4. Legal Process for New Ventures

  5. Funding of New Ventures

  6. Management of New Ventures

  7. New Generation Entrepreneurship

The trainers for the workshop included experts from the industry and faculty members of Jaypee Business School. Mr. Vivek Agarwal, founder and CEO of Liqvid conducted the module on funding of new ventures. Prof. Jaijit Bhattacharya, Govt. Transformation expert, partner at KPMG and President, Centre for Digital Economy Policy Research,  conducted a highly interactive session on Make in India. Mr. Gaurav Bansal, Mr. Mayank Goel and Ms. Mehak Chhabra of Registrationwala.com gave inputs and handled all queries related to launching of new ventures and business plans. Prof. Ashok Wahi, senior professor in the area of IT at Jaypee Business School, made the participants aware of new generation entrepreneurship. Prof. G. K. Agarwal and Prof. Sujata Kapoor, experienced faculty members of Jaypee Business School gave inputs on legal process for new ventures and management of new ventures respectively.

The workshop participants included 4 students from various business schools outside Jaypee Business School, 3 students from JIIT, 3 faculty members from JIIT, 1 research scholar and 12 students from Jaypee Business School.

Vice Chancellor of JIIT deemed University, Prof. S. C. Saxena inaugurated the workshop. Dr. S. Suresh, head  of Entrepreneurship Cell, Jaypee Business School was the coordinator of the workshop.

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