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Since 1950, a substantial volume of study has gone into the facets of Entrepreneur Development in India.

The study showed that the entrepreneurs are born & can also be made. It is possible to identify the individuals in all communities with entrepreneurial talent, to motivate & train them through properly organized programs.

The EDP thus became a new concept for harnessing the vast untapped human resources. It strikes a welcome note in respect of change in perception & in recognition of critical role the entrepreneurs play in Industrial Development by creating potential avenues for self-development.

Entrepreneurship Development Program covers the entire venture creation process, from idea generation to building viable global businesses, with special emphasis on the nurturing roles of corporations, universities, governments, and foundations. Using entrepreneurial culture as a model, participants learn what they need to know in order to develop ideas into successful businesses and to increase entrepreneurial opportunities in their corporations, institutions, and regions.

A Faculty Development Programme (FDP) is designed to train and develop professionals in entrepreneurship development so that they can act as resource persons in guiding and motivating young persons to take up entrepreneurship as a career. The FDPs provide inputs on process and practice of entrepreneurship development, communication and inter-personal skills, creativity, problem solving, achievement motivation training, inputs on resource and knowledge industries. The training methodology includes case studies, group discussion, games and simulation exercise, field visits and classroom lectures.

Identification and careful selection of entrepreneurs for training Developing the entrepreneurial capabilities of the trainee Equipping the trainee with basic managerial understanding Helping him to secure necessary financial infrastructural and related assistance

EDP means programmes designed to help a person in strengthening his entrepreneurial motive and in acquiring skills and capabilities necessary for playing his entrepreneurial role effectively. A programme not touching entrepreneurial motivation and behaviour cannot be called as an EDP. EDP primarily focuses on developing those firstgeneration entrepreneurs who on their own cannot become successful entrepreneur.

Higher rate of economic growth. Development of backward and tribal areas. Creation of employment opportunities. Improvement in the standard of living. Promoting small-scale industries. To promote women entrepreneurship. It covers three major variables: Location Target group and Enterprise

Any of these can become the starting point for initiating and implementing an EDP.

To identify the potential entrepreneurs. To develop necessary knowledge & skills among the participants. To understand the process & procedure of setting up of small business. To train the entrepreneurs to understand environmental threats & opportunities

To provide help in identification and formulation of viable projects To impart training in managerial understanding and skills To provide post training assistance and monitoring facilities

EDPs should help develop latent facilities of those who possess the potential of becoming entrepreneurs. Understanding the type of input that are required by a group of entrepreneurs should be understood clearly & the training program tailored accordingly. Training be not only to set up an industrial venture but also to enable the trainees to run it successfully.

The focus should be on the persons rather than on the project. These programs should be conducted in place where necessary infrastructure for training is available. One of the objective of training should be on changing the attitude & mindset of young people from security oriented activities to risk taking activities.

Education of entrepreneurs help them in the effective creation of useful goods and services for consumers Education helps entrepreneurs
in keeping account of taxes and paying taxes in time

Education helps the entrepreneurs inInnovating new ideas which in turn give them benefits

Education guides entrepreneurs in optimum utilization of resources thus giving them maximum benefits Education helps entrepreneurs in promoting export which in turn help them in earning foreign exchange Education provides knowledge of business to people thus increasing opportunity of employment Education of entrepreneurs play a remarkable role in economic and industrial development of a country

For rapid Industrial Development Entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship are base for industrial and economic development. Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP) makes entrepreneurs for creation of entrepreneurship environment. In India, in every five plan year more and more amount is allotted for entrepreneurship development.

To remove or reduce Regional Industrial Imbalance Creation of suitable Industrial Environment for rapid economic development. Optimum utilization of available local resources. Helps in reducing unemployment & poverty. Progress & expansion of social wealth.

A vehicle for social economic revolution In rural, semi-urban areas, with a view to direct women towards self-employment and freedom, special EDPs are designed. EDPs have played very determining role for bringing poor, exploited and weaker class of our society into economic development.

Industrial Motivating Programme. Entrepreneurship Development Programme. Skill Development Programme. Management Development Programme. Entrepreneurship Awareness Training Programme. Product-oriented Entrepreneurship Development Training Programme. Target group-oriented Entrepreneurship Development Training Programme.

Identification and careful selection of entrepreneurs. Developing and motivating entrepreneurial capabilities of the trainee. Equipping the trainee to identify viable industrial project/prepare project profiles or brief project reports. Equipping the trainees with basic enterprise-building skills. Imparting basic managerial skills. Helping the trainees to secure the necessary financial, infrastructural and related business assistance during the implementation of the project.

No proper strategy. No local support. Non-availability of inputs. No adequate research facilities. Inconsistent programme design. No clear-cut objective. Lack of clarity in approach and Lack of creativity and commitment.

Entrepreneurship Training Institutes National Institute for Entrepreneurship & Small Business Development (NIESBUD) Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII) National Institute for Small Industry Extension and Training(NISIET) EDPs of SIDBI

Training is the systematic instruction of staff at all levels in new attitudes or new skills.

T he availability of skilled workers at all levels of management. Enables the workers to perform the work more efficiently and precisely. Minimises excessive scraps, defects and wastage. Minimises the number of accidents, as unskilled or semi skilled workers. Training reduces fatigue. Training enables the worker to work speedily. Training improves the good relation between employees and management. New techniques can be easily adopted by through trained employees. Standardization can be adopted. Training enable employees to occupy higher position of authority. The supervision cost can be minimised.

To impart basic knowledge about the industry, production and production methods. To build the necessary skills of new entrepreneurs To assist the entrepreneur to function more effectively by exposing him to the latest concept, techniques and information. To impart customer education and To impart knowledge of marketing goods

Individual instruction Group instruction Lecture method Demonstration method Written instructional method Conference Meeting

Setting training objectives Training objectives Developing course content Choosing appropriate training methods

Introduction of entrepreneurship Motivation training Essentials of management - general management - marketing management production management - financial management Fundamentals of feasibility study Organizing the business Plant visit