EC 2020 - Enterprise, Entrepreneurship and Innovations
Offered by the Career Guidance Unit
Credit Value and Hours
Credit Value: 1C
This course entails topics including definitions, concepts and importance of enterprise and entrepreneurship; the entrepreneurs’ role and personality; environment for entrepreneurship; entrepreneurship in practice: ideas, innovations at individual, group and organizational levels, business strategies and plans; basics of operations, finance, marketing and human resource management, case studies.
Intended Learning Outcomes
On completion of the course the students would be able,
- To apply the fundamentals and background of Enterprise entrepreneurship & Innovation.
- To evaluate professionals’ journey in business field and learn how to develop their career, overcome the obstacles facing, towards becoming a successful businessman.
- To plan business models and create self-confidence involve with entrepreneurial activities.
These workshops would be conducted by industry specialists with specific domain knowledge.
What are theory and fundamentals of Enterprise Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Guest Talk “My Journey" by businessmen, Training sessions on 'Developing a successful business plan', Potential business areas will be identified and assigned to students, Further training on developing the business plan and Presentation Skill Development, Development of a business proposal.
Method of evaluation
Group presentation and viva voce based on development of a business proposal.
Total marks allocation 100%
- Business proposal – 50%
- Presentation & Viva – 50%
Evaluation will be carried out by 3 panel members