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WelcometoNSTEDB

4/9/2015 WelcometoNSTEDB

Training

FacultyDevelopmentProgramme(FDP)

AFacultyDevelopmentProgramme(FDP)isdesignedtotrainanddevelopprofessionalsinentrepreneurshipdevelopmentsothat theycanactasresourcepersonsinguidingandmotivatingyoungS&Tpersonstotakeupentrepreneurshipasacareer.Through each FDP, 15­20 faculty members of Science and Engineering colleges, Polytechnics and Entrepreneurship Development

Organisationsaretrainedforadurationof2­3weeks.

TheFDPsprovideinputsonprocessandpracticeofentrepreneurshipdevelopment,communicationand inter­personalskills,creativity,problemsolving,achievementmotivationtraining,inputsonresourceand knowledge industries. The training methodology includes case studies, group discussion, games and simulationexercise,fieldvisitsandclassroomlectures.

GuidelinesforConductingFacultyDevelopmentProgramme(FDP)

ProgrammeObjective

ProgrammeObjective

FacultyDevelopmentProgramme(FDP)aimsatequippingteacherswithskillsandknowledgethatareessentialforinculcating

entrepreneurialvaluesinstudentsandguidingandmonitoringtheirprogresstowardsentrepreneurialcareer.

Whocanconduct?

Institutes / organisation engaged in entrepreneurship training having vast experience in the field of entrepreneurship development.Theorganisationshouldhavein­housetrainingexpertsforconductingFDPs.

TargetGroup

TeachersofScience&TechnologyColleges/Institutions,personsfromtheorganisationengagedinentrepreneurshipdevelopment.

Duration

2weeks(preferablyresidentialprogramme).

SuggestedScheduleforFacultyDevelopmentProgramme(FDP)

Day

Morning

Session

Afternoon

Session

SessionI

SessionII

SessionIII

SessionIV

 

HistoricalBackground­Indian

1st Registration

Inauguration

Programme

Objective&

Orientation

Valuesvis­a­vis

entrepreneurship&the

presentscenario

       

EDPs­methodologies

 

WhyEntrepreneurship:

&strategies­

2nd

Entrepreneurship­

IstSession tobecontinued

L

promotionalwork&

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Concept

developmental

inputs

       

HowtoIdentifyand

 

3rd

EDPsinIndia­roleof

DST(NSTEDB)and

otherpromotional

institutions

Profileofanentrepreneur

U

SelectPotential

Entrepreneurs:

varioustooland

techniques

IndividualCounseling

Techniques

 

BusinessEnvironment Marketsurvey:toolsand

Scanning

techniques

 

ProjectIdentification

4th

N &opportunity

guidance

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5th

HowtostartaSSIunit

(generalconceptabout

thegovt.formalities,

Agenciesinvolvedin

promoting&assistingSSI

units

C

RoleofSupporting

Agencies­DIC,

SIDC,etc­Apanel

RoleofFinancialInstitutions

Banks/SFCetc­Apanel

discussion

rules&regulationsetc.)

discussion

 

AchievementMotivation

6th

Training(AMT): how

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todevelopachievement

continued

motivation

         

Promotion&Supportto

7th

Technicalaspectsof

SSIunit

Environmental/Pollution

controlandEnergysaving/

Non­conventionalenergy

sourcesaspects

B

Technology

assistancefromR&D

labs&other

institutions

TechnologyDevelopment

SchemesofDST&other

agenciesincludingVenture

CapitalFun

 

FinancialaspectsofSSI

FinancialAspectsof SSIUnit­ financialprojections,BEP, workingcapitalassessment etc

 

Marketing

 

units:Projectcost,

management&

8th

Sourceoffinance,Cost

R

marketingsupport

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ofproduction&

availabletoSSI

Profitability

 

units

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9th

Howtopreparea

Istsessiontobecontinued.

E

Problemsolving&

Problems&Issuesinthe

BusinessPlan(Project

decisionmaking

managementofSSIunits

Report)

10th FactoryVisit

FactoryVisit

A FactoryVisit

FactoryVisit

       

Howtomake

 

11th

Communicationskills­

interactingwithpeople

ManagerialAspects(Including

LabourLegislation

K

proposalforEACs

andEDPsandhow

Interfacewithsuccessful

entrepreneur&successstories

forbetterresults

CommercialActsetc)

toorganisingan

EAC,EDP

 

12th ActionPlanandFeed Back

Valedictory

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