Diploma in Entrepreneurship and Business Management
(Recognised by The Distance Education Council, IGNOU, New Delhi)
Correspondence & Personal Counselling)
(Registration is Open)
Supported by :
NSTEDB, DST, Govt. of India
NEDB, Dept. of SSI & ARI, Govt. of India
The post liberalisation industrial and economic scenario in India makes it
imperative that a more dynamic and pragmatic approach be adopted to create new,
first generation entrepreneurs on a large scale. This would help in tackling the
problem of unemployment and contribute to the creation of new entrepreneurs.
Using knowledge & advanced technology as their strategic tools those who can
take on the increased competition in the domestic as well as global markets are
innovators and entrepreneurs in true sense. This can be achieved only if more
and more people are motivated and convinced to choose entrepreneurship as a
career and put their energies and resources to a productive use.
Various state level entrepreneurship
development institutions as well as EDI, the pioneer in entrepreneurship
development, have, for decades, been conducting localised class-room
Entrepreneurship Development Programmes (EDPs). These EDPs have limitation in
terms of beneficiaries being covered at a time and thus fail to fulfill the need
of a large number of potential entrepreneurs scattered in the vast geographical
areas of the country. Hence, there is need for a novel approach.