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YCET organized a session on "Entrepreneurship skills, attitude and behavioral development"
4/11/2024 10:28:05 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Apr 11: Yogananda College of Engineering and Technology [YCET] had yet again fortified its commitment towards imparting such quality education by organizing a session on "ENTREPRENEURSHIP SKILLS, ATTITUDE AND BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT" in connection with IIC Activity.
Institution's Innovation Council (IIC) program is initiative of Ministry of Education (MoE) through MoE's Innovation Cell (MIC) in collaboration with AICTE for Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) to systematically foster the culture of innovation and start-up ecosystem in education institutions. IICs' role is to engage large number of faculty, students and staff in various innovation and entrepreneurship related activities such as ideation, Problem solving, Proof of Concept development, Design Thinking, IPR, project handling and management at Pre-incubation/Incubation stage, etc., so that innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem gets established and stabilized in HEIs.
Making the students feel more at ease with entrepreneurship was the main reason for selecting the topic of "ENTREPRENEURSHIP SKILLS, ATTITUDE AND BEHAVIOURAL DEVELOPMENT" for the session. The primary objective of the session was to motivate the pupils to improve their abilities and become more accustomed to it.
An entrepreneur is an individual who creates a new business, bearing most of the risks and enjoying most of the rewards. The process of setting up a business is known as entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurs play a key role in any economy, using the skills and initiative necessary to anticipate needs and bring new ideas to market. Entrepreneurship that proves to be successful in taking on the risks of creating a startup is rewarded with profits and growth opportunities.
The event was started with the welcome address by the student coordinator, IIC Cell Paras Sharma (2nd semester CSE). The resource person for the session was Er. Divya Jamwal. Er. Divya Jamwal is working as a Coordinator of Management Department in IMS.
She enlightened the audience about the characteristics and objectives of Entrepreneurship. She explained in detail about marketing skills, social networks, and required dimensions of entrepreneur behavior by giving the examples of various real time entrepreneurs like Bhavish Aggarwal, Peyush Bansal, Falguni Nayar, Vandana Luthra,etc.
The lecture increased the length and breadth of knowledge. She said that there are three attributes to becoming a successful entrepreneur: Information, Attitude and Behavior. The audience really got enriched & benefitted by this interactive session.
The session was summed up with the memento ceremony, and the vote of thanks. Dean Academics YCET, Er. Dinesh Gupta and HoD, Civil Department Er. Rajnish Magotra presented the memento to the guest for the day Er. Divya Jamwal. The vote of thanks was given by student coordinator, IIC Cell Vikrant Singh (6th Sem CSE).
The event was well coordinated by the student coordinator, IIC Cell Umar Fareed Jaral (6th Sem Civil), who was the anchor for the day.
Chairman Er. Vidhi S. Singh Jamwal, Vice-Chairman Shiv Dev Singh Jamwal, Managing Director Er. Renu Bangroo, Director, YCET Dr. (Prof.) Mukesh Kumar Rana, Dean Academics, YCET Er. Dinesh Gupta, and Chief Coordinator, YCET Er. B.R Verma congratulated the YCET team for the successful completion of the event and gave best wishes.
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