The booming economy, easy availability of funds and changing socio-economic environment are fostering a new Indian–one who is eager to create his own Infosys, Wipro, TCS, Suzlon or Bharti rather than join one. From starting a new enterprise to overseas acquisitions, these are no longer just aspirations but everyday realities. India's growth story is driven by such entrepreneurs who have yet to go a long way as larger conglomerates with all the success they deserve.
As India continues on an economic boom, we believe that there is a need to assess the Indian ecosystem for its conduciveness to promote and sustain successful entrepreneurial ventures. Entrepreneurial India is our maiden study, envisaged to promote a productive dialogue between industry, academia and the government for whetting and promoting India's entrepreneurial gene.
ndustry and Academia are driving growth factors of entrepreneurial activities or “Campus Start Ups”. This program is one such enabler that gives students a platform to contribute in commercial and industrial growth through their own companies incorporated during the academic years.
It also creates value addition for the institutions in the form of incorporated companies, innovations, prototypes, logos, patents, copyrights, intellectual property rights, research sponsorship and consultancy services provided to the industry along with investments and funding received for their Start Ups.
“I, being the Program Director, can foresee institutions benefiting with significant increase in institutional rankings to position themselves much above other institutions in the region”.