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10nov(nov 10)11:00 am12(nov 12)4:00 pm.

Event Details

3-day International Workshop and Short Course on Social Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Startups

A 3 days’ international workshop cum course on Social Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Startups (IE&S) will be conducted from 10rd Nov to 12th Nov 2022 by DSPPG, IoE, University of Delhi

The course is for those who are interested in entrepreneurship, start-ups and innovation

It is open for registration for under graduate and post graduate students from all courses.

The certificate course will be conducted by leading academicians and practitioners, recognized social innovators, young entrepreneurs, policy makers and administrators from India and abroad.

Our Collaborators

PHD Chamber of Commerce

Public Affairs Forum of India (PAFI)

University of Huddersfield, UK

Centre for Innovation and Social Enterprise (CISE) KMC, DU

Design Innovation Centre, DU

Entrepreneurship Association of India

Resource Persons for Workshop

1.     Prof Ram Singh Director, IoE

2.     Prof Roopinder Oberoi, Fellow, IoE

3.     Prof Satyajit Majumdar Dean TISS – School of Management, Mumbai

4.     Virat Bhatia President, PAFI Managing Director, Apple India

5.     Prabhat Labh CEO Grameen Foundation India

6.     Deepak Maheshwari, PAFI, Co-founded National Internet Exchange of India (NIXI) and the ITU-APT Foundation of India

7.     Lord Raminder Singh Ranger, CBE British businessman, and Founder of Sun Mark, UK

8.     Prof Subhasis Ray, Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar

9.     Prof Jamie Halsall, University of Huddersfield, UK

10.  Prof Mike Snowden, University of Huddersfield, UK

11.  Prof Jay P Kesan, University of Illinois, USA

12.  Prof Walter Mswaka, Rollins College, USA

13.  Prof. Ernest Christian Winful, Accra Technical University, Ghana

14.  Ms Sharon Jandu Managing Director Northern Asian Power Policy Think Tank, UK

15.  Mr Kulvinder, CEO, Atal Innovation Centre, JNU

16.  Dr Jatinder Singh, Director, PHD Chamber of Commerce

17.  Siddharth Agarwal Co-Founder at Evolverance

18.  Chirag Agrawal Co-Founder at TravClan IIT Roorkee and IIMA

19.   Hemant Kushwaha Assistant Professor and Coordinator, AIC-JNUFI, JNU

20.  Prachi, Consultant at Dasra, NGO, IDS

21.  Amit Pandey

22.  Vandana Tolani Founder & CEO at Convanto 

23.  Prof Bidhu Biswal, CIC

24.  Prof Pushpinder Dept of Commerce KMC

25.  Dr Bobby Luthra, Chief Researcher at Adiwasi Samta Manch (ASM), Deputy Director, Centre for Asian, African and Latin American Studies (CAALAS), ISS, Delhi, India

26.  Rupinder Kaur Founder-She Codes

*International Resource Persons from UK, USA, Ghana will be joining the sessions online through Zoom

Why attend this course?

This 3-day course provides a practical and systematic approach to exploring and evaluating the core choices that entrepreneurs need to make as they translate their ideas into reality.

Students will experience a blend of interactive lectures, case analyses, and exercises

To achieve competitive advantage, innovation-driven and growth-oriented entrepreneurs must balance experimentation and learning with the range and application of a strategy.

Designed for innovation-driven and growth-oriented startups, this entrepreneurship course builds on an emerging body of work that moves beyond a one-size-fits-all approach to startups and instead focuses on the key choices that founders face as they start and scale their business.

Expected Outcomes

1.     The course is designed to give an opportunity to pursue a cross-disciplinary study of social innovation and entrepreneurship which will enable students to enhance their skills and abilities to explore complex problems and develop innovative methods to address socio-economic problems.

2.     It aims at developing social innovation and entrepreneurial modeling along with critical knowledge. It will draw on theory, contexts, and methods from across the disciplines. It will provide new concepts, tools and framework to look beyond the silos of subject domains.

3.     This course moves beyond a one-size-fits-all approach to start-ups and instead focuses on the key choices that founders face as they start and scale their business

Course Experience

Through a combination of interactive lectures, case analyses, and exercises, this course provides:

  • A deep understanding of the core strategic choices faced by startup innovators
  • A synthetic framework for the development and implementation of startup strategy in dynamic environments
  • Key understandings into skills and behaviors essential to scale up ventures over time
  • A methodology for assessing the factors that are most significant for successfully scaling a social entrepreneurial venture

Course Details

Course Registration Fee: Rs 500 per student

Total Seats: 40 students Undergraduate and Postgraduate

The Course is completely Self-Finance

*Honorariums and Travel of Resource persons financed by CIC, DU

*We are supported by students of Centre for Innovation and Social Enterprise, KMC who are volunteering for Course

Venue: DREAM Building, Gate No 4 North Campus University of Delhi Delhi – 110007

 Regards 

Prof Roopinder Oberoi 

KMC 

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Time

10 (Thursday) 11:00 am - 12 (Saturday) 4:00 pm