Entrepreneur should fulfill personal goals while contributing to society
Sharing his experiences with the participants on day two of the program, Manish Godha, CEO and Founder of Advaiya Solutions, Udaipur introduced a variety of details on the journey of an entrepreneur. He spoke about the different motives behind Entrepreneurship - that of personal goals being one, and the other related to contribution to society as a whole
In line with the governments initiatives on Entrepreneurship, under the directives of the PM Narendra Modi, a two week Faculty Development program on Entrepreneurship was conducted at the JRNRV (Deemed) University from 12-25 January 2018. The program, under the guidance of Vice Chancellor JRNRV Prof. SS Sarangdevot was conducted by the Department of Business Administration, MVS College, Udaipur, under the sponsorship of Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India and implemented by RK Sansthan, Sawai Madhopur.
The inauguration was done on 12 Jan in the presence of Prof Suman Pamecha, Principal, MVS College; Riya Hussain, Asst Registrar, MVS College; Yogesh Sharma, Programm Director RK Sansthan and Prof SS Choudhary, Head – Dept of Business Administration at MVS College.
Sharing his experiences with the participants on day two of the program, Manish Godha, CEO and Founder of Advaiya Solutions, Udaipur introduced a variety of details on the journey of an entrepreneur. He spoke about the different motives behind Entrepreneurship – that of personal goals being one, and the other related to contribution to society as a whole.
Professor Karunesh Saxena, Director and Chairman at the Faculty of Management Studies, MLSU Udaipur elaborated on the essential characteristics of an entrepreneur and the motivation factors that lead an individual to the path of entrepreneurship. He also threw light on the various programs run by the government to foster an entrepreneurial ecosystem in the country, viz. Stand –Up India, Start – Up India, Skill India, MUDRA, Make-In-India, among others.
Speaking on motivation and confidence building, Dr Rakesh Dashora, Associate Professor, Department of Economics explained that an individual not only has existing motivating factors around him or her, but can also be a source of motivation for colleagues, students and for society as a whole.
Yogesh Sharma, Program Director FDP spoke on competencies needed in a successful entrepreneur, motivation factors focussing on Maslow’s Need Heirarchy Theory. At the culmination of his address to the audience, Yogesh Sharma distributed Self-Rating questionnaire to all participants as a platform of self evaluation. Speaking on entrepreneurial orientation in the subsequent session, he spoke about locus of control of an individual personality. He stressed on the fact that an individuals conduct is a confluence of both external and internal factors. Various Management games were played during his sessions, which helped the participants jugde their personality, entrepreneurial skills and internal competencies.
Introducing the participants to the actual processes at CDFST through an industrial visit session, got the participants to witness innovative technology.
Prof Anil Kothari, Chairman and MBA Course Director at FMS, MLSU discussed various investment avenues available in the market, their benefits and their drawbacks. Responding to queries related to investment, Prof Kothari explained the difference between investment and savings. Prof Kala Muhnot, Dean, Law College at MVSC Udaipur addressed the participants on the penultimate day of the FDP session and spoke on the important legal perspectives with respect to Entrepreneurship.
The FDP came to a succesful conclusion with a valedictory session amidst the presence of Mohammad Salim, Chief Manager at Allahabad Bank, Udaipur alonside the special guests.