Excellence – is the word we strive for. It puts us above everyone else. EDII was awarded ‘Excellent Institute for Entrepreneurship Development in India’ at 11th National Education Summit & Award.
For EDII’s contribution towards developing entrepreneurial ecosystem, CMAI association of India awarded this prestigious award to the institute. Shri Rajesh Kumar Chaturvedi, Chairman CMAI & IAS presented the award to Dr. Sunil Shukla, Director, EDII.
India has witnessed a recent boom in startups. It is due to the prevailing conditions of sufficient funding, latest technology and a market that is thirsting for something new that the arrival of startups in the business scene has come with a surprising force and it certainly seems like they are here to stay.
The Current Scene of Entrepreneurship in India
It was only after Independence that the business sector witnessed a major shift in its structure. Indian entrepreneurs were determined to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams and break the boundaries that they had been restrained by. The need for some kind of regional development, at that time, paved the path that would welcome startups into the business scene.
From a measly presence of just 3,100 back in 2014, the number of startups to grace India is expected to increase to about 11,500 by 2020. A constraining factor with India is that entrepreneurs are still looking to find investors for their various ventures. Once they are able to tap the capital markets for better growth prospects, India will certainly race ahead of other countries with regard to its GDP.
Fortunately, India currently has massive funding and access to technological resources making it one of the best moments for the development of the largest startup ecosystem. It is due to the favorable domestic markets and availability of resources, that an entrepreneur finds a conducive environment in India for his startup to emerge.
Education and Practical Exposure – Simple Path to Success
It certainly is no surprise that if you wish to succeed in the task of becoming an entrepreneur, you need both education and practical exposure to the outside world. While education can play a major role in influencing student’s attitudes and motivations toward entrepreneurship; by exposing yourself to the practical aspect of business, you will see its relevance in terms of economic welfare as well as in creating employment opportunities.
If You are a Budding Entrepreneur, This is How EDI Course will Help You Out…
Dedicated to entrepreneurship education and training, our Post Graduate Diploma in Management – Business Entrepreneurship will familiarize you with all the varied aspects of entrepreneurship. Since we are well aware that a pragmatic approach needs to be adopted when looking at the markets, we will provide you with all the necessary training and knowledge to do this so that you are able to discover the potential for entrepreneurship that lies within you. If you want to make a success of your business venture, training and research in entrepreneurship will certainly go a long way.
This course focuses on providing research and documentation so that you are exposed to the current market scene. With business research, you will also receive training in data analysis and understanding of the market. This way, through different strategies you will be able to gauge the intricacies of entrepreneurship before you venture onto this path. This full-time, two-year program will certainly leave you with a relevant and practical learning experience
So although startups are witnessing a booming growth in the current scheme, about 90 percent of them have not been able to succeed. However, given the increased growth that the presence of startups has brought to the Indian economy, the need for more startups is certainly present. So if you wish to guarantee success on your entrepreneurial journey, come join us and learn all you need to know about the world of entrepreneurs.