Minor In Enterpreneurship | Epren

This program will explore the various facets of entrepreneurship and small business ownership. Courses in this program will cover the logical steps that are part of organizing, managing and assuming the risks of starting a new business enterprise. Entrepreneurship program include various inputs to generate real value for customers.  Operations and financial aspects for starting a new business will be addressed via planning and development of strategic business.

This program develops the knowledge, skills and confidence to create opportunities from ideas and to evaluate them. This program focuses on
● Project based learning
● Feasibility study of an opportunity
● Market/ industry attractiveness and customer segment analysis.

Trends towards globalization, crafting prototypes and manufacturing of product with rapid technological innovations create an even greater need for the Entrepreneurship program.

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Key Information

Objectives

The objectives of this minor program are to produce graduates who:

 
  • Understand the process of entrepreneurship
  • Create framework for business idea and identify the business opportunities
  • Capitalize the opportunity by feasible idea and strategic / operational plan
  • Drive change with innovation in business operations and project management teams
  • Explore the business plan and focus on the entrepreneurial process and resources

Learning Outcomes

At the successful completion of this minor program students will be able to

  • LO1.Understand the basics of entrepreneurship and lean start-up with various managerial functions for successful business operations.
  • LO2.Design and develop the integrated systems that identify the opportunity, assess the opportunity and create the prototype.
  • LO3.Cultivate an entrepreneurial Mindset and skills necessary for change in societal, technological, and global environments.

Assessment Method

Tests, Mini projects, Case-Studies, Presentation/ Video making, Quiz, internships, study of research papers, Customer Interviews & surveys, Role play, etc.

Eligibility Criteria

Students who have passed First Year of Engineering in Computer Engineering / Information Technology /Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering /Mechanical Engineering / Electronics Engineering.

 

Students of other constituent colleges of SVU passed First Year of their degree program and having background of engineering skill and manufacturing processes.

List of Courses

  • Introduction to Entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurship Development - I : Ideation and Design Thinking
  • Entrepreneurship Development - II : Innovation and Rapid Prototyping
  • Entrepreneurship Business Essentials
  • Building business model Stage - I : design and Prototyping
  • Building business model Stage - II : New venture creation