1. The Institution shall form an Advisory committee for advising the matters related entrepreneurship,
innovation, and startup promotion. The committee is responsible for nominating the EDC and Department
coordinators for promotion of entrepreneurship & innovation-related initiatives.
2. The Institution shall assure to nominate & send EDC coordinators and other faculties to the
programmes conducted by EDII under IEDP.
3. Institution shall assure to conduct the following activities:
a. To publish and disseminate various events through posters, websites, notice boards,
and prominent places in the college premises.
b. Organize lectures, workshops, and seminars in different domains by the mentors and
experts in the field to create awareness and sharpen the knowledge of the students towards
c. Mentorship support to students who have business ideas appreciable by the
institution and also create a network with the hub by giving proper direction for converting the business
ideas/projects into viable business model.
d. To build relationship with alumni for long-standing growth of E-cell.
e. Encourage all students interested in E&I activities, with an added focus on women
and other underprivileged classes.
4. Faculties, staff & students shall be encouraged to do courses on Innovation, Entrepreneurship
management and venture development.
5. Students shall be encouraged to develop entrepreneurial mindset through experiential learning by
exposing them in cognitive skills training (e.g. design thinking, critical thinking, etc.), by inviting
first-generation local entrepreneurs or experts to address young minds, by conducting idea and innovation
competitions, hackathons, workshops, bootcamps, seminars, conferences, exhibitions, mentoring by academic
and industry personnel, throwing real-life challenges, awards and recognition etc.
6. For strengthening the innovation funnel of the institute, access to financing may be opened for
the potential entrepreneurs. Networking events may be organized to create a platform for the budding
entrepreneurs to meet investors and pitch their ideas.
7. In the beginning of every academic session, institute should conduct an induction program about
the importance of E&I so that freshly inducted students made aware about the entrepreneurial agenda of the
institute and available support systems. Curriculum for the entrepreneurship education should be
continuously updated based on entrepreneurship research outcomes. This should also include case studies on
8. Stakeholder engagement should be given prime importance in the entrepreneurial agenda of the
institute. Institutes should find potential partners, micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs),
social enterprises, schools, alumni, professional bodies and entrepreneurs to support entrepreneurship and
co-design the programs.
9. Mechanisms should be devised by the institutions to ensure maximum exploitation of
entrepreneurial opportunities with industrial and commercial collaborators.
10. Single Point of Contact (SPOC) mechanism should be created in the institute for the students,
faculty, collaborators, partners and other stakeholders to ensure access to information regarding
Innovation & Entrepreneurship.