SLRTDC

IIC (Institution Inovation Council)

About IIC

SLRTDC: Fostering Innovation and Creating a Brighter Future through IIC Partnership

About Innovation Cell

“Innovation is any change, big or small, that makes a difference.” – Thomas Smith

Shree L. R. Tiwari Degree College of Arts, Commerce & Science (SLRTDC) takes great pride in its participation in the Institution’s Innovation Council (IIC), established by the Ministry of Education (MoE), Government of India. Aligned with the MoE’s Innovation Cell (MIC), the IIC strives to cultivate an innovative culture across higher education institutions (HEIs) nationwide.

As an active member of the IIC, SLRTDC is deeply committed to fostering a culture of innovation within its campus. The institution believes that innovation is pivotal in shaping a brighter future for both society and individuals. With the support of the IIC, SLRTDC aims to create an ecosystem that nurtures innovation, empowering students, teachers, and staff to explore novel ideas and transform them into meaningful inventions.

Through this collaboration, SLRTDC becomes part of a network of institutions dedicated to promoting innovation and incubation. The institution is enthusiastic about the possibilities this collaboration brings, fostering potential partnerships with other institutions to collectively contribute to a brighter future.

Innovation at SLRTDC goes beyond rhetoric; it is ingrained in the institution’s ethos. Serving as a beacon for dreamers and unconventional thinkers, SLRTDC cultivates a dynamic environment where creativity flourishes, pushing the boundaries of what is possible.

The commitment to innovation permeates all aspects of academia at SLRTDC – from pioneering research to revolutionary teaching methodologies. Students are empowered to be the architects of tomorrow, encouraged to explore new ideas, experiment fearlessly, and embrace the spirit of entrepreneurship.

The culture of innovation extends beyond disciplinary boundaries at SLRTDC, promoting collaboration and fostering a melting pot of ideas that lead to ground-breaking solutions. Actively engaging with industry partners, start-ups, and research organizations, SLRTDC creates a seamless bridge between academia and real-world challenges.

With state-of-the-art laboratories and a vibrant incubation centre, SLRTDC provides the infrastructure and support necessary to turn ideas into impactful innovations. The institution takes pride in nurturing a culture that celebrates diversity, originality, and the relentless pursuit of excellence.

Join SLRTDC on a journey where innovation isn’t just encouraged; it’s an intrinsic part of the institution’s DNA. Shree L. R. Tiwari Degree College of Arts, Commerce & Science is dedicated to shaping future leaders and change-makers who will leave an indelible mark on the world through their bold and inventive ideas.


SLRTDC is honoured to be a part of the Institution’s Innovation Council (IIC) established by The Ministry of Education (MoE), Government of India. The IIC, which includes The MoE’s Innovation Cell (MIC), aims to foster an innovative culture in higher education institutions (HEIs), nationwide.

As an active member of IIC, SLRTDC is dedicated to fostering innovation within our campus. We firmly believe that innovation plays a crucial role in shaping a brighter future for both society and individuals. With support of IIC, we strive to establish an ecosystem that promotes innovation, enabling our students, teachers and other staff to explore new ideas and transform them into meaningful inventions.

Through our association with the IIC, SLRTDC is part of a network of institutions dedicated to promoting innovation and Incubation. We are enthusiastic about the opportunities this collaboration brings and the potential for partnerships with other institutions to create a brighter future for all.

IIC COMMITTEE LIST
Sr. Name Of Members Designation/Role Assigned
1 Dr.Sanjay G.Mishra President
2 Dr.Vaishali Kothiya Vice President
3 Mrs. Jinal Hitesh Mehta Convenor
4 Mrs. Sonal Saha Innovation activity coordinator
5. Mrs. Versha Singh Start-up activity coordinator
6. Mrs. Roma Ahuja Internship coordinator
7. Mrs. Akanksha Asar IPR activity coordinator
8. Mr. Zahid Shaikh Social Media Coordinator
9. Mrs. Moumita Nath ARIIA Coordinator
10. Mr. Paras Joshi NIRF coordinator
11. Dr. Deepti Sadvelkar Member
12. Ms. Nitisha Bhandari Member
13. Dr. Sonali Nandu Member
14. Mr. Nitin Jadhav Member
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List Of Activity

Empowering Innovation: SLRTDC’s List of Activities

A.Y. 2018-19

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter-Departmental
Title:

Commo Entrepreneur Insights

 

Organized by:F.Y. B.Com/ B.Sc IT/ B.B.I/ B.A.F/ B.M.M/ B.M.S
Venue:Seminar Hall (103)
Date:12th January 2019
Time:9.00am on wards
Objective of event:

·         To provide a valuable platform for first-year students to gain insights into the world of entrepreneurship, particularly within the realm of commodity markets.

·         To accomplish entrepreneur and expert in the field.

Expected Outcomes  of event :

First-year students will have the opportunity to learn about effective entrepreneurship strategies, including risk mitigation, market analysis, and sustainable business practices.

Students will emphasize the need for creative thinking and adaptability.

 

Targeted Participants :

Students of all departments

 

Total Participants:27
Resource Person:Mr Naimish Trivedi
Methodology used:PPT,Group Discussion,Role Play Method
Supportive DocumentsSupporting Link
ParticularsDescription
Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter-Department
Title:Emerging Entrepreneurs: Industry Academia Synergy Seminar
Organized by:F.Y. B. Com/ B.Sc. IT/ B.B.I/ B.A.F/ B.M.M/ B.M.S
Venue:Seminar Hall Room no :103
Date:

20th September, 2018

 

Time:9.15 am
Objective of event:

·         To inspire and educate first-year students about the dynamic world of entrepreneurship, emphasizing the pivotal role that collaboration between industry and academia plays in nurturing future business leaders.

·      To highlight the importance of bridging the gap between academia and industry in the context of entrepreneurship.

Expected Outcomes of event:The “Emerging Entrepreneurs: Industry-Academia Synergy Seminar” will be an enlightening and empowering experience for students.
Targeted Participants:

Students of all departments

 

Total Participants:32
Resource Person:Prof. Basuki Nath Jha
Methodology used:PPT, Group Discussion
Supportive DocumentsSupporting Link
ParticularsDescription
Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Entrepreneurial Compliance – Mastering the Industrial Dispute Act
Organized by:F.Y. B. Com/ B.Sc. IT/ B.B.I/ B.A.F/ B.M.M/ B.M.S
Venue:Seminar Hall (103)
Date:

4th December, 2018

 

Time:9.15 am
Objective of event:

Understanding the Industrial Dispute Act in entrepreneurial success and compliance.

To provide the students with a comprehensive overview of the subject matter.

To enhance understanding, real-world case studies and practical examples illustrating how the Industrial Dispute Act can impact businesses

 

Expected Outcomes  of event

The seminar also explored the symbiotic relationship between entrepreneurship and legal compliance.

Students learned how adherence to labour laws can contribute to sustainable business growth and reputation management.

 

Targeted Participants :Researchers, Students
Total Participants:35
Resource Person:

Advocate A. K. Shukla

 

Methodology used:PPT
Supportive DocumentsSupporting Link
Particulars :     Description
Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Inter-department
Title:Start-up India Scheme – An Initiative of Government of India
Organized by:Research and Development
Venue:Seminar Hall
Date:28th November ,2018
Time:11am Onwards
Objective of event:

·      To promote and support entrepreneurship, innovation, and job creation in India.

·      To emphasized the need for nurturing a supportive ecosystem for start-ups and encourage active participation and engagement from the attendees.

Expected Outcomes  of event :

·      Fostering innovation and creating employment opportunities in diverse sectors, including technology, healthcare, agriculture, and manufacturing.

·      Participants will learn positive impact of the scheme in encouraging entrepreneurship, creating job opportunities, and fostering innovation across various sectors.

Targeted Participants :Researchers, Students
Total Participants:31
Resource Person:Dr.Shital Patil
Methodology used:Interactive method of communication
Supportive DocumentsSupporting Link

A.Y. 2019-20

Particulars:Description
Activity:Research and Development
Activity level:Interdepartmental
Title:Business Plan competition – share your plan to make a difference
Organized by:Shree L.R Tiwari Degree college of Arts, Commerce and science
Venue:College premises
Date:15th January 2020
Time:10:30 am Onwards
Objective of event:

·      To understand the novelty and feasibility of their business ideas.

·      To Assign experienced mentors to guide and support participants throughout the competition.

·      To provide participants with relevant workshops and training sessions to enhance their business knowledge and skills.

Expected Outcomes of event:

·      It empowers individuals to transform their innovative ideas into reality, creates jobs, and stimulates economic growth.

·      By providing mentorship, funding, and networking opportunities, it can make a significant difference in the lives of aspiring entrepreneurs and the communities they serve.

Targeted Participants:Academicians and Researchers and Students
Total Participants:32
Resource Person:Asst.Prof.Sunil Vishwakarma
Methodology used:Group Discussion,PPT
Supportive DocumentsSupporting Link
Particulars:Description
Activity:Research and Development
Activity level:Interdepartmental
Title:

Entrepreneurial Pathway: MBA or Business?

 

Organized by:Shree L.R Tiwari Degree college of Arts, Commerce and science
Venue:Seminar Hall
Date: 28th September 2019
Time:10:00.am Onwards
Objective of event:

·         To provide valuable insights, resources, and networking opportunities for entrepreneurs looking to embark on or refine their business ventures.

·      To aspiring and current entrepreneurs interested in leveraging the power of an MBA education to enhance their entrepreneurial journey

Expected Outcomes of event:

·         Participants will be gaining a deeper understanding of how an MBA education can serve as a strategic asset in entrepreneurship, offering skills in leadership, finance, marketing, and more.

·         The event will be facilitated with meaningful connections among attendees, leading to potential collaborations, partnerships, and mentorships.

·         Decision-Making Support: Entrepreneurs will receive guidance on selecting the right MBA program, financing options, and how to manage the balance between education and business

 

Targeted Participants :Academicians and Researchers
Total Participants:33
Resource Person:

Ms. Latika Gopal, National Head of Digital Marketing at Fame Resource

 

Methodology used:Group Discussion,PPT
Supportive DocumentsSupporting Link
Particulars:Description
Activity:Research and Development
Activity level:Interdepartmental
Title:Swadeshi Vichaar, Swadeshi Prachar – A make in India Initiative
Organized by:Shree L.R Tiwari Degree college of Arts, Commerce and science
Venue:College premises Seminar Hall
Date:20th April 2019
Time:10.15.am Onwards
Objective of event:

·      To Attract foreign direct investment (FDI) to facilitate technologicalcollaborations and investments in manufacturing sectors.

·      To Foster innovation, research, and development to promote indigenousmanufacturing capabilities.

·      To enhance the ease of doing business in India by simplifying regulations and improving infrastructure.

·      To generate employment opportunities and skill development for the Indian workforce and discuss ways to develop a value-based education system.

Expected Outcomes of event:

·      Increased Students awareness towards skill development programs inIndia.

·      Helping students to understand the concepts like FDI, research andinnovation.

·      Encouraging students in understanding how they can take advantage of such initiates and benefit from them.

Targeted Participants :Academicians and Researchers and Students
Total Participants:30
Resource Person:Mrs.Saee Sawant
Methodology used:Group Discussion,PPT
Supportive DocumentsSupporting link
Particulars:Description
Activity:Research and Development
Activity level:Interdepartmental
Title:Wealth Creation for Startups: SEBI’s IAP Catalyst
Organized by:Shree L.R Tiwari Degree college of Arts, Commerce and science
Venue:College premises
Date:21st September 2019
Time:10:00.am Onwards
Objective of event:

·         To understand the importance of wealth creation as a driving force behind entrepreneurship and economic growth.

·         To learn the aspects of wealth creation for startups, including securing investment, financial planning, and long-term sustainability.

·         To understand of regulatory aspects and the support SEBI provides to foster a conducive investment environment

Expected Outcomes of event:

·         Participants will be able to gain knowledge of resounding success, equipping entrepreneurs with the knowledge and tools needed to embark on a journey of wealth creation.

·         The event will be highlighting sense of financial acumen and motivation to seize opportunities, create wealth, and make a lasting impact in the dynamic world of entrepreneurship.

·         The event will underscore SEBI’s commitment to fostering a supportive ecosystem for startups and their financial endeavours.

Targeted Participants:Academicians and Researchers
Total Participants:31
Resource Person:

Ms. Madhusmita Ghosh

 

Methodology used:Group Discussion,PPT
Supportive DocumentsSupporting Link

A.Y. 2020-21

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Research and Development

Activity level:

Inter Department

Title:

Webinar on E-Commerce and Digital Marketing – A new era of Entrepreneurship

Organized by:

Research Department

Venue:

Online

Date:

9th January 2021

Time:

10.30 am

Objective of event:

·         To provide participants with practical knowledge and skills to effectively utilize e-commerce platforms and implement successful digital marketing strategies.

·         To promote ethical and responsible practices in e-commerce and digital marketing.

Expected Outcomes of event :

 The event will successfully raise awareness and enhanced participants’ understanding of the potential and significance of e-commerce and digital marketing in entrepreneurship. Attendees gained insights into the benefits, challenges, and opportunities associated with these fields. They will be encouraged to think creatively, innovate, and embrace digital platforms and marketing techniques to start or grow their businesses.

Targeted Participants :

All students of B.Sc IT/ B.B.I/ B.A.F/BMM/B.com/ B.M.S

Total Participants:

123

Methodology used:

 Webinar based Interactive method of communication

Supportive Documents

Supporting Link

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Research and Development

Activity level:

Inter Department

Title:

Webinar on Impact of Entrepreneurship on Pre and Post Covid – 19 Pandemic

Organized by:

Research Department

Venue:

Online

Date:

15th September 2020

Time:

10.15 AM Onwards

Objective of event:

·         To provide insights into the changes observed in the entrepreneurial landscape during the pre and post-Covid – 19 period.

·         To explore the opportunities that have emerged for entrepreneurs in the post- Covid – 19 era and discuss how they can be capitalized on.

Expected Outcomes of event:

The Webinar will clarify many doubts they will have in the students  mind and help the students in understanding how such situation can make impact on their entrepreneurial career.

Targeted Participants:

 Students of all departments

Total Participants:

25

Methodology used:

Webinar based Interactive method of communication

Supportive Documents

Supporting Link

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Research and Development
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:

How to plan start-up and entrepreneurship as a career

Organized by:Research Department
Venue:Online platform
Date:16th January 2021
Time:11:00  am onwards
Objective of event:

·         To help students understand how to plan start-up.

·         To understand evaluate entrepreneurship

Expected Outcomes of event :The expected outcome for a “How to Plan Start-up and Entrepreneurship as a Career” event would ideally include a combination of knowledge transfer, inspiration, and practical guidance for participants who are interested in pursuing entrepreneurship.
Targeted Participants :All Degree college students
Total Participants:264
Methodology used:Webinar based interactive method
Supportive DocumentsSupporting Link
Particulars:Description
Activity:Research and Development
Activity level:Interdepartmental
Title:Business Plan competition – share your plan to make a difference
Organized by:Shree L.R Tiwari Degree college of Arts, Commerce and science
Venue:College premises
Date:15th January 2021
Time:11:00 .am Onwards
Objective of event:

·      To understand the novelty and feasibility of their business ideas.

·      Assigning experienced mentors to guide and support participants throughout the competition.

·      Providing participants with relevant workshops and training sessions to enhance their business knowledge and skills.

Expected Outcomes of event:

·      It empowers individuals to transform their innovative ideas into reality, creates jobs, and stimulates economic growth.

·      By providing mentorship, funding, and networking opportunities, it can make a significant difference in the lives of aspiring entrepreneurs and the communities they serve.

Targeted Participants:Academicians and Researchers and Students
Total Participants:32
Methodology used:Group Discussion,PPT
Supportive DocumentsSupporting Link

A.Y. 2021-22

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Research and Development

Activity level:

Inter Department

Title:

Webinar on Strategy for Evaluating Competitors and Planning Future Business Opportunities

Organized by:

Research Department and IPR in collaboration with BMS Department.

Venue:

Online

Date:

3rd September 2021

Time:

11:30  am

Objective of event:

·         To make students understand availability of Market Competitors.

·         To create awareness on identifying and planning Business Opportunities.

Expected Outcomes of event :

The webinar on “Strategy for Evaluating Competitors and Planning Future Business Opportunities” will be successful in achieving its objectives by providing participants with valuable insights into competitive analysis and strategic planning.

Targeted Participants :

FY, SY TY students of B.com/ B.M.S, BAF.

Total Participants:

29

Methodology used:

Webinar based Interactive method of communication

Supportive Documents

Supporting Link

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Research and Development
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Webinar on Empower: Celebrating Women Entrepreneur
Organized by:Research, Innovation, Incubation and IPR Cell in collaboration with BMS Department
Venue:Online-Google Meet
Date:8th March 2022
Time:10.30 am
Objective of event:

·         To recognize and celebrate the achievements and contributions of women entrepreneurs, highlighting their successes, innovative ideas, and positive impact on society.

·         To Increase awareness about the importance of women’s entrepreneurship and the unique challenges faced by women in starting and growing businesses.

Expected Outcomes of event :Celebrating Women Entrepreneurs will be the platform that celebrates the achievements and resilience of women entrepreneurs while addressing the challenges they face. The event will foster a supportive and empowering environment where women could network, gain knowledge, and find inspiration to pursue their entrepreneurial aspirations.
Targeted Participants :FY, SY, TY students of B.Sc IT/ B.B.I/ B.A.F/BMM/B.com/ B.M.S, BAF, BSC.CS, HS.
Total Participants:43
Methodology used:Webinar based Interactive method of communication
Supportive DocumentsSupporting Link

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Research and Development

Activity level:

Inter Department

Title:

Webinar on Hackathon for Social Impact: Harnessing Business Contribution for Social Causes

Organized by:

Research, Innovation, Incubation and IPR Cell in collaboration with BMS Department

Venue:

Online-Google Meet

Date:

30th September 2021

Time:

10.30 am

Objective of event:

·         To educate participants on the concept of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and the positive impact businesses can have on society.

·         To facilitate the exchange of ideas, experiences, and perspectives to foster

Expected Outcomes of event :

As a key outcome of the event, the students will develop an action plan that will help contribute them to society in more effective way.

Targeted Participants :

FY, SY, TY students of B.Sc IT/ B.B.I/ B.A.F/BMM/B.com/ B.M.S, BAF.

Total Participants:

31

Methodology used:

Webinar based Interactive method of communication

Supportive Documents

Supporting Link

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Research and Development

Activity level:

Inter Department

Title:

Webinar on Gandhian Wisdom for 21st Century Entrepreneurs: Navigating Challenges with Purpose

Organized by:

Research, Innovation, Incubation in collaboration with BMS Department

Venue:

SLRTDC- Seminar Hall

Date:

11th October 2021

Time:

11.00 am

Objective of event:

·         To motivate and guide the students towards the Gandhian wisdom for 21st century Entrepreneurs.

·         To introduce them towards navigation of challenges with a purpose.

Expected Outcomes of event :

The “Gandhian Wisdom for 21st Century Entrepreneurs” webinar will foster a deeper understanding of how Gandhian philosophy can guide entrepreneurs in addressing the challenges of the modern world.

Targeted Participants :

All the students of B.Sc IT/ B.B.I/ B.A.F/BMM/B.com/ B.M.S, BAF, BSC.CS, HS.

Total Participants:

33

Methodology used:

E- Learning in modern education

Supportive Documents

    Supporting Link

A.Y. 2022-23

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Research and Development
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Workshop on Use of Stock Market for Entrepreneurs
Organized by:Research, Innovation, Incubation and IPR Cell.
Venue:SLRTDC- Seminar Hall
Date:6th September 2022
Time:11.30 am
Objective of event:

·         The primary objective of the scheme is to promote and support

entrepreneurship, innovation, and job creation in India.

Expected Outcomes of event :The attendees will be encouraged to explore the benefits and support provided under the Use of stock markets for Entrepreneurs and actively engage with the ecosystem to nurture and grow their ventures. The participants were also informed about upcoming events, workshops, and mentoring opportunities to help them enhance their entrepreneurial skills and network.
Targeted Participants :All the students of B.Sc IT/ B.B.I/ B.A.F/BMM/B.com/ B.M.S, BAF, BSC.CS, HS.
Total Participants:68
Methodology used:PPT presentation
Supportive Documents        Supporting link

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Research and Development

Activity level:

Inter Department

Title:

Seminar on SIP Symposium: Entrepreneurial Wealth Builder

Organized by:

Research, Innovation, Incubation in collaboration with BMS Department

Venue:

SLRTDC- Campus

Date:

2nd August 2022

Time:

11.00 am

Objective of event:

·         Diversification is essential to manage risk effectively within SIP portfolios.

·         Tax efficiency can be enhanced through SIP investments, reducing the overalltax burden.

·         Goal-oriented investing with SIP helps entrepreneurs achieve both business andpersonal financial objectives.

Expected Outcomes of event :

·         providing valuable insights into how entrepreneurs can use this investment strategy to secure their financial future.

·         Better understanding of SIP and its potential benefits, and many expressed their intent to implement SIP as part of their financial planning.

Targeted Participants :

All the students of B.Sc IT/ B.B.I/ B.A.F/BMM/B.com/ B.M.S, BAF, BSC.CS, HS.

Total Participants:

68

Methodology used:

E- Learning in modern education

Supportive Documents

Supporting link

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Research and Development

Activity level:

Collaboration with SLRTCE

Title:

Seminar on Masterclass on Chankyaniti – Strategic Management and Leadership

Organized by:

Research, Innovation, Incubation in collaboration with BMS Department

Venue:

SLRTDC- Campus

Date:

16th September 2022

Time:

10:00 am Onwards

Objective of event:

·         To provide participants with a deep understanding of ChanakyaNiti’s principles and teachings.

·         To focus on cultivating leadership skills inspired by Chanakya’s strategies.

·         To encourage participants to apply Chanakya’s leadership principles in their personal and professional lives.

Expected Outcomes of event :

·         Attendees will gain insights into how Chanakya’s teachings can be practically applied in various aspects of their lives, such as personal development, leadership, and decision-making.

Targeted Participants :

All the students of B.Sc IT/ B.B.I/ B.A.F/BMM/B.com/ B.M.S, BAF, BSC.CS, HS.

Total Participants:

48

Methodology used:

PPT, Interactive communication

Supportive Documents

Supporting Link

A.Y. 2023-24

PARTICULARSDESCRIPTION
ACTIVITYVisit to Incubation unit/Patent facilitation centre/ Technology transfer centre such as Atal Incubation centre.
Sub Activity:Field/Exposure (one day)
Activity level:Institution’s Innovation Council of SLR Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC
Title:Field Visit IIT Mumbai Incubation Centre(SINE)
Organized by:Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC
Venue:IIT Bombay, SINE (Incubation Centre)
Date:13th June 2023
Time:1:30 Hrs
Objective of event:1.  Provide an understanding of the functions and services offered by these centre, such as mentoring, funding support, intellectual property management, and technology commercialization.
2. Explore the role of these centre in fostering innovation, entrepreneurship, and economic growth.
3. Learn about the processes involved in incubating start-ups, facilitating patents, and transferring technology from research institutions to industries.
4. Understand the potential impact of these centres on local and national innovation ecosystems
Outcome of event:1. Exposure to Best Practices: Participants visited renowned IIT BOMBAY SINE Incubation Centre. They observed the functioning of these centres, interact with professionals, and learn about best practices in incubation, patent facilitation, and technology transfer.
2. Knowledge of Incubation Units: Participants developed a comprehensive understanding of incubation units, their objectives, and their role in supporting start-ups. They learned about the infrastructure, resources, and services provided by these units to nurture entrepreneurial ventures.
Targeted Participants:Faculties of SLRTDC
Total Participants10
speakerNA
Methodology used:Power Point Presentation Presentation with notes and comments Discussion
Supportive Documents:ClickHere

PARTICULARS

DESCRIPTION

ACTIVITY

Intellectual Property Right and Intellectual Property Management for Start-up

Sub Activity:

Webinar

Activity level:

Institution’s Innovation Council of SLR Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC

Title:

Intellectual Property Right and Intellectual Property Management for Start-up

Organized by:

Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC

Venue:

Online (Google Meet)

Date:

Friday, 14th July, 2023

Time:

10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Objective of event:

The Webinar aims to raise awareness among students and innovators about the importance of intellectual property rights and the potential benefits they offer. Many startups may not fully understand the significance of protecting their intellectual property or may underestimate the risks associated with infringement.

The Webinar shall provide a clear understanding of the various types of intellectual property rights, including patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. It shall explain the scope of protection offered by each type and help startups identify which forms of IP are relevant to their business.

The seminar shall provide practical guidance on how to protect and manage intellectual property. It should outline the steps involved in filing patent applications, registering trademarks and copyrights, and implementing trade secret protection measures. It should also discuss the associated costs, timelines, and potential pitfalls to be aware of.

The seminar shall facilitate networking and knowledge-sharing among students and innovators. This can encourage collaboration, idea exchange, and potential partnerships in the field of intellectual property.

Outcome of event:

Participants gained knowledge on the importance of intellectual property rights and the potential benefits they offer to startups. They will understand the risks associated with not protecting their IP and the potential impact on their business.

Participants gained confidence in navigating the complexities of intellectual property and managing IP-related challenges. They will have a solid foundation of knowledge and resources to make informed decisions regarding their intellectual property assets.

Targeted Participants:

Faculties and students of SLRTDC

Total Participants

212

speaker

Dr. Bindoo Malviya

Methodology used:

Power Point Presentation Presentation with Question Answer and Discussion

Supportive Documents:

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PARTICULARSDESCRIPTION
ACTIVITYWebinar on Business Model Canvas
Sub Activity:Webinar
Activity level:Institution’s Innovation Council of SLR Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC
Title:Business Modeling Canvas
Organized by:Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC
Venue:Online (Google Meet)
Date:Saturday, 15th July, 2023
Time:11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Objective of event:The webinar shall provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of what the Business Model Canvas is and how it can be used as a tool for developing and analyzing business models. It should explain the different sections of the canvas and their significance in describing the key elements of a business.
The webinar shall help participants become familiar with the various components of the Business Model Canvas, such as customer segments, value propositions, channels, customer relationships, revenue streams, key activities, key resources, key partners, and cost structure. Participants should gain insights into the importance of each component and how they interrelate within a business model.
The webinar shall highlight the analytical power of the Business Model Canvas. Participants should learn how to use the canvas to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of their existing business models, identify areas for improvement or innovation, and assess the impact of changes on different components of the model. They should gain insights into how to use the canvas to align their business strategy and operational activities.
The webinar shall inspire participants to think creatively and innovatively about their business models. It should encourage them to explore new possibilities, experiment with different combinations of components, and challenge conventional thinking. Participants should gain an understanding of how the Business Model Canvas can be used as a framework for business model innovation and disruption.
Outcome of event:The participants developed solid understanding of the canvas, practical skills to apply it to their own businesses, and a mindset of strategic thinking and innovation.
Participants were empowered to analyze, develop, and innovate their business models using the canvas as a valuable tool.
Targeted Participants:Students of SLRTDC
Total Participants64
speakerMr. Anirudha Modak
Methodology used:Power Point Presentation Presentation with Question Answer and Discussion
Supportive Documents:Click Here

PARTICULARS

DESCRIPTION

ACTIVITY

“IBM SKILLSBUILED PROGRAM” for undergraduate and post graduate students

Sub Activity:

An Orientation Program

Activity level:

Institution’s Innovation Council of SLR Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC

Title:

An Orientation Program on IBM SKILLSBUILD PROGRAM

Organized by:

Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC

Venue:

Online

Date:

18-Jul-23

Time:

2:30 hrs

Objective of event:

The session aimed to provide participants with valuable insights on IBM SB platform to access 8000 free courses effectively to enhance their professional presence, build a strong network, and explore career opportunities.

Outcome of event:

The session on “IBM SKILLSBUILD PROGRAM” was conducted by Mr. Akshay Harkare, was highly informative and provided participants with valuable insights on optimizing their various courses.

Attendees gained a deeper understanding of the platforms of IBM to access more courses and learned how to create a strong profile that effectively showcases their skills and accomplishments.

Attendees gained a deeper understanding of the platforms of IBM to access more courses and learned how to create a strong profile that effectively showcases their skills and accomplishments.

Students will get in touch with industry experts and more internship opportunities.

Overall, the session was a resounding success, equipping attendees with the IBM to enhance their professional journey.

Targeted Participants:

Students of SLRTDC

Total Participants

313

speaker

Mr. Akshay Harkare

Methodology used:

Power Point Presentation Presentation with notes and comments Discussion

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ACTIVITY

Setting up & Supporting Innovation Ecosystem

Sub Activity:

An Orientation Programme

Activity level:

Institution’s Innovation Council of SLR Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC

Title:

Faculty orientation on Setting up & Supporting Innovation Ecosystem

Organized by:

Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC

Venue:

B. K. Shroff College of Arts & M. H. Shroff College of Commerce

Date:

22-Jul-23

Time:

3 Hrs

Objective of event:

To familiarize faculty members with the fundamental concepts and principles of innovation ecosystems. This includes understanding the components, stakeholders, and the role of educational institutions in fostering innovation.

To empower faculty members with the knowledge and skills required to play an active role in the development of an innovation ecosystem within their educational institution. This may involve training them in innovation methodologies, entrepreneurship support, and collaboration facilitation.

To promote interdisciplinary collaboration within the institution. Innovation ecosystems thrive on diverse expertise and perspectives, so faculty orientation should aim to break down departmental silos and foster a culture of cross-disciplinary cooperation.

Outcome of event:

Faculty member can actively contribute to the development of such ecosystems within their institutions. This can result in a more conducive environment for innovation, entrepreneurship, and research.

Faculty members can more effectively teach and mentor students in entrepreneurship and innovation. This outcome can lead to higher student engagement in these areas, potentially producing more entrepreneurial graduates and successful startup ventures.

Faculty can lead to an increase in collaborative research projects, both within and outside the institution. These projects can drive innovation, create opportunities for external funding, and lead to the development of new products, services, and knowledge.

Targeted Participants:

Dr. Vaishali Kothiya

Total Participants

1

Speaker

Dr. Radha Iyer
Dr. K. George Abraham
Mr. Uday Wankawala

Methodology used:

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“Accelerators / Incubation – opportunities for Students and Faculties – Early Stage Entrepreneurs”

Sub Activity:

Webinar

Activity level:

Institution’s Innovation Council of SLR Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC

Title:

Accelerators / Incubation – opportunities for Students and Faculties – Early Stage Entrepreneurs”

Organized by:

Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC

Venue:

Online

Date:

31-Jul-23

Time:

2:30 hrs

Objective of event:

To educate participants about the concept of accelerators and incubators, how they function, and their role in fostering innovation and entrepreneurship.

To help students, faculties, and early-stage entrepreneurs identify suitable accelerator or incubator programs that align with their business ideas, goals, and needs.

Share success stories of startups that have benefited from accelerator or incubator programs, highlighting the impact of such programs on their growth and development.

Inspire participants to take their entrepreneurial ideas to the next level by providing them with the knowledge, tools, and confidence needed to succeed in the competitive startup landscape.

Outcome of event:

The participants develop an understanding on the concept of accelerators and incubators, how they function, and their role in fostering innovation and entrepreneurship.

The students, faculties, and early-stage entrepreneurs were able to identify suitable accelerator or incubator programs that align with their business ideas, goals, and needs. They also develop the confidence to develop idea and implement the same in to a start-up and commercialize the same.

Targeted Participants:

Faculties of SLRTDC

Total Participants

119

speaker

Dr. Mohit Dubey

Methodology used:

Power Point Presentation Presentation with notes and comments Discussion

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ACTIVITY

18th Aavishkar: Inter-Collegiate / Institute / Department Research Convention

Sub Activity:

Workshop

Activity level:

Institution’s Innovation Council of SLR Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC

Title:

Faculty orientation on Setting up & Supporting Innovation Ecosystem

Organized by:

SIES (Nerul) College of Arts, Science and Commerce (Autonomous)

Venue:

Auditiroum, SIES (Nerul) College of Arts, Science and Commerce (Autonomous)

Date:

1-Aug-23

Time:

1 Day

Objective of event:

To help participants develop the skills and mindset for generating innovative ideas, with a specific focus on preparing research projects for events like Aavishkar. This includes techniques for brainstorming, problem-solving, and fostering creative thinking.

To guide on how to participate in Aavishkar or similar innovation and research competitions. This includes understanding competition criteria, proposal submission, and preparing a compelling pitch for their research project.

To educate participants on how to create visually compelling and informative posters for research presentations. It also aims to improve their oral presentation skills, ensuring they can effectively communicate their research through their posters.

Outcome of event:

Participants developed stronger innovation and idea generation skills, making them more adept at coming up with creative solutions, novel concepts, and research ideas that can be developed into successful Aavishkar projects or other innovative initiatives.

The guidance provided on Aavishkar participation, combined with improved poster and presentation skills and enhanced innovation capabilities, can lead to successful participation in Aavishkar or similar competitions. Furthermore, the innovation and idea generation skills acquired can have broader applications in research, entrepreneurship, and problem-solving, making participants more effective contributors in various professional and academic settings.

Hands on Training during the workshop participants are expected to create well-designed posters that effectively communicate their research findings visually. They should also improve their presentation skills, enabling them to confidently and persuasively convey their work to a broader audience.

Targeted Participants:

Dr. Vaishali Kothiya
Liza Khan (Student of Bachelor of Commerce)

Total Participants

2

Speakers

Dr. Sasikumar Menon
Dr. Sunita Shailajan
Dr. Minakshi Gurav

Methodology used:

Power Point Presentation Presentation with notes and comments Discussion

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ACTIVITY

“Business/Start-up Plan Poster Presentation Competition”

Sub Activity:

Webinar

Activity level:

Institution’s Innovation Council of SLR Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC

Title:

Business/Start-up Plan Poster Presentation Competition

Organized by:

Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC

Venue:

Online

Date:

5-Aug-23

Time:

3:30 Hrs

Objective of event:

Encourage and nurture an entrepreneurial mindset among participants by giving them the opportunity to present innovative business ideas.

Enhance participants’ skills in design, storytelling, business planning, market research, and financial analysis as they work on creating compelling and informative poster presentations.

Develop participants’ ability to effectively communicate complex business concepts and ideas to a broader audience through visual aids and concise content.

Facilitate networking opportunities among participants, judges, mentors, and potential investors, fostering connections that can help participants advance their ideas or startups.

Help participants refine their pitching skills, as they need to convey their business concepts clearly and persuasively within a limited time frame.

Outcome of event:

Participants developed strong presentation skills by condensing complex business ideas into concise and engaging visual presentations.

Through the competition process, participants receive feedback that helps them refine and strengthen their business plans, making them more feasible and investor-ready.

The competition provided participants with opportunities to connect with mentors, investors, and fellow entrepreneurs, fostering valuable relationships for their future endeavors.

Outstanding participants receive recognition, awards, and prizes, including monetary reward, mentorship opportunities and access to resources.

Targeted Participants:

Studeents of SLRTDC

Total Participants

16 Groups (36 Students)

speaker

Mr. Vinit Jain – Founder, Antennae Ventures
Mr. Krishnakumar Devnally – Co-Founder & Strategic Growth Advisor, Antennae Ventures

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ACTIVITY“Angel Investment and Venture Capital Funding Opportunity for Early Stage”
Sub Activity:Webinar
Activity level:Institution’s Innovation Council of SLR Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC
Title:Angel Investment and Venture Capital Funding Opportunity for Early Stage
Organized by:Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC
Venue:Online
Date:9-Aug-23
Time:2:30 hrs
Objective of event:To educate participants about the concept of angel investment and venture capital, explaining their roles in funding early-stage startups and the differences between the two.
To provide participants with insights into the current funding landscape for early-stage startups, including trends, challenges, and opportunities.
To help attendees understand the potential benefits and risks associated with angel investment and venture capital funding, enabling them to make informed decisions.
To offer guidance to early-stage startups on how to prepare themselves for seeking angel investment or venture capital funding, including pitching, valuation, and due diligence.
To introduce participants to the various support ecosystems available for startups, including incubators, accelerators, and mentorship programs that can enhance their chances of success.
Outcome of event:Students gained a deeper understanding of angel investment and venture capital, including their differences, benefits, and risks, leading to informed decision-making.
Students become more aware of the funding opportunities available for early-stage startups, enabling them to explore alternative sources of capital.
Got an opportunity to connect and build valuable relationships with Entrepreneurs, angel investors, venture capitalists, and experts potentially leading to collaboration and partnerships.
Student Startup founders and investors will apply the lessons learned from the webinar to refine their strategies, leading to improved business outcomes and investment decisions.
Targeted Participants:Students of SLRTDC
Total Participants68
speakerMr. Vinit Jain – Founder, Antennae Ventures
Methodology used:Power Point Presentation Presentation with notes and comments Discussion
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Celebrating the Success Story of Entrepreneurs

DESCRIPTION

ACTIVITY

“Celebrating the Success Story of Entrepreneurs” on the event of World Entrepreneurship Day

Sub Activity:

Panel Discussion

Activity level:

Institution’s Innovation Council of SLR Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC

Title:

Celebrating the Success Story of Entrepreneurs

Organized by:

Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC

Venue:

SLRTDC College

Date:

21-Aug-23

Time:

2:30 Hrs

Objective of event:

To inspire and motivate students, especially aspiring entrepreneurs, by sharing the success stories of accomplished entrepreneurs. Through their experiences, challenges, and achievements, this day aims to instill confidence and determination in those who are considering entrepreneurial endeavors.

To recognize and appreciate the hard work, creativity, and contributions of entrepreneurs to their respective industries and the global economy. By publicly acknowledging their achievements, this day encourages entrepreneurs to continue their innovative work and acts as a morale booster.

To foster an environment of knowledge sharing, collaboration, and networking among entrepreneurs. Events and gatherings are organized to provide a platform for entrepreneurs to exchange ideas, learn from one another, and build valuable connections, ultimately fostering innovation and growth.

Outcome of event:

By inspiring and motivating individuals, World Entrepreneurship Day can lead to increased entrepreneurial activity. Aspiring entrepreneurs may be more inclined to pursue their business ideas, ultimately contributing to the growth of the entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Recognizing and appreciating entrepreneurs on this day can lead to greater recognition and support from various stakeholders, including governments, investors, and the general public. This, in turn, can lead to improved access to funding, mentorship, and a more conducive business environment for entrepreneurs.

The emphasis on knowledge sharing and networking can result in increased innovation within the entrepreneurial community. Entrepreneurs coming together to share their experiences and insights can lead to the development of new ideas and collaborative ventures, benefiting not only the entrepreneurs themselves but also society as a whole.

Targeted Participants:

Students of SLRTDC

Total Participants

136

speaker

Krishnakumar Devnally
Gaurav Kumar

Methodology used:

Power Point Presentation Presentation with notes and comments Discussion

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PARTICULARSDESCRIPTION
ACTIVITYPoster Preparation and Presentation for Aavishkar
Sub Activity:Workshop
Activity level:Institution’s Innovation Council of SLR Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC
Title:Poster Preparation and Presentation at 18th Aavishkar,
Organized by:Innovation Cell
Venue:SLRTDC College Auditorium
Date:22-Aug-23
Time:12:00
Objective of event:To help participants develop the skills and mindset for generating innovative ideas, with a specific focus on preparing research projects for events like Aavishkar. This includes techniques for brainstorming, problem-solving, and fostering creative thinking.
To guide on how to participate in Aavishkar or similar innovation and research competitions. This includes understanding competition criteria, proposal submission, and preparing a compelling pitch for their research project.
To educate participants on how to create visually compelling and informative posters for research presentations. It also aims to improve their oral presentation skills, ensuring they can effectively communicate their research through their posters.
Outcome of event:Participants developed stronger innovation and idea generation skills, making them more adept at coming up with creative solutions, novel concepts, and research ideas that can be developed into successful Aavishkar projects or other innovative initiatives.
The guidance provided on Aavishkar participation, combined with improved poster and presentation skills and enhanced innovation capabilities, can lead to successful participation in Aavishkar or similar competitions. Furthermore, the innovation and idea generation skills acquired can have broader applications in research, entrepreneurship, and problem-solving, making participants more effective contributors in various professional and academic settings.
Hands on Training during the workshop participants are expected to create well-designed posters that effectively communicate their research findings visually. They should also improve their presentation skills, enabling them to confidently and persuasively convey their work to a broader audience.
Targeted Participants:Students of SLRTDC
Total Participants67
speakerDr. Deshmukh Manish Madhav
Dr. Sapna B Jadhav
Methodology used:Power Point Presentation Presentation with notes and comments Discussion
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ACTIVITY

Mentorship Support for start-up

Sub Activity:

Mentoring

Activity level:

Institution’s Innovation Council of SLR Institution’s Innovation Council of SLRTDC

Title:

Mentorship Support for start-up

Organized by:

Innovation Cell

Venue:

Lodha Tunga village, Chandivali, Powai

Date:

19th August 2023

Time:

10:00

Objective of event:

To educate participants about Success and Growth of start-ups

To provide participants invaluable guidance, expertise with insights into the current funding landscape for early-stage startups, including trends, challenges, and opportunities.

To help attendees understand the potential benefits and risks associated with start-ups navigate these challenges effectively angel investment enabling them to make informed decisions.

To offer guidance startups on how to prepare themselves for developing essential skills and competencies including pitching, valuation, and due diligence.

To introduce participants to the various support ecosystems available for startups, including incubators, accelerators, and mentorship programs that can enhance their chances of success.

Outcome of event:

Students gained a deeper understanding of Start-ups with mentorship tend to have higher success rates, including their differences, benefits, and risks, leading to informed decision-making.

Students become more aware of the with mentorship session Foster innovation and creativity by encouraging mentees to explore new ideas and approaches.

Got an opportunity to connect and build valuable relationships with Entrepreneurs, angel investors, venture capitalists, Mentor –Mentee providing ongoing support and guidance, experts potentially leading to collaboration and partnerships.

Student Startup founders and investors will apply the lessons learned from the webinar to refine their strategies, leading to improved business outcomes and investment decisions.

Targeted Participants:

Students of SLRTDC

Total Participants

2

speaker

Mr Krishna Kumar Devnally

Methodology used:

Mentoring with Discussion

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ParticularsDescription
Activity:Research Convention
Activity level:Research and Development  Department
Title:18th Avishkar Research convention by Mumbai university
Organized by:Research, Innovation and Incubation and IPR Cell
Venue:V. N. Bandorkar college
Date:05/12/2023
Time:9.00 am onwards
Objective of event:
  • To improve research and presentation skills among students
  • To provide platform to connect, fostering potential collabrations
  • To Inspire and motivate participants to engage in high-quality research
  • To enhance participation skills and Knowledge
Expected Outcomes of event 
  • Participants learned about academic and extra-curricular activities towards embracing innovation and creative thinking
  • Participants understand future projects and academic endeavours with renewed enthusiasm and creativity
  • Participants identified multiple disciplines, demonstrating the power of collaborations and integration
Targeted Participants:Researchers, Students
Total Participants:16
Resource Person:Experts Professional Industry experts
Methodology used:PPT
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Activity:Research and Development
Activity level:Interdepartmental
Title:Entrepreneurship and innovation -as a career opportunity
Organized by:Research, Innovation and Incubation and IPR Cell
Venue:Auditorium -Engineering college
Date:15/12/2023
Time:10..00 am onwards
Objective of event:
  • To showcase the diversity and resilience of Indian entrepreneurs acknowledging their contributions to economy, job creation and social development.
  • To Inspiring future entrepreneurs is about creating platform that motivates and empowers aspiring individuals to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams
  • To involves sharing stories of challenges overcome, lessons learned and the impact of entrepreneurial ventures
Expected Outcomes of event 
  • Participants learned about celebration of Indian entrepreneurship through events and media coverage provide visibility and recognition of achievements both nationally and internationally
  • Participants understand future projects and academic endeavours with renewed enthusiasm and creativity
  • Participants enhances the overall entrepreneurial ecosystem by attracting investors, mentors, and support systems
Targeted Participants:Researchers, Students
Total Participants:23
Resource Person:Mr.Gaurav Kumar ,co-founder of Example solutions and Ed-Tech Company
Methodology used:PPT
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Activity:Research and Development
Activity level:Interdepartmental
Title:Field visit at National Blind Association for problem identification
Organized by:Research, Innovation and Incubation and IPR Cell
Time:9.00 am onwards
Objective of event:
  • To identify adequacy of educational resources and learning method tailored to the needs of visually impaired students
  • To Understand the the level of parental involvement and awareness regarding the education and development of visually impaired students
  • To Examine the availability of technology and vocational training programme that contribute to the skill development and future employability of visually impaired students.
Venue:Worli sea-link
Date:08/09/2023
Time:9.00 am onwards
Objective of event:
  • To improve research and presentation skills among students
  • To provide platform to connect, fostering potential collabrations
  • To Inspire and motivate participants to engage in high-quality research
  • To enhance participation skills and Knowledge
Expected Outcomes of event 
  • Participants learned about academic and extra-curricular activities towards embracing innovation and creative thinking
  • Participants understand future projects and academic endeavours with renewed enthusiasm and creativity
  • Participants identified multiple disciplines, demonstrating the power of collabrations and integration
Targeted Participants:Researchers, Students
Total Participants:4
Resource Person:
Methodology used:Physically  Visited and identified problem with good communication
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Activity:Research and Development
Activity level:Interdepartmental
Title:Motivational session by successful entrepreneur /start-up founder
Organized by:Research, Innovation and Incubation and IPR Cell
Venue:SLRTDC- Seminar Hall
Date:11/01/2024
Time:2.00 pm onwards
Objective of event:
  • To inspire and motivate students by showcasing the journey, hardships and success of Mr. Ganesh Throat an accomplished entrepreneur
  • To provide valuable insights into requirements for a successful enterprise including different aspects.
  • To create a platform for students to engage with and learn from a successful entrepreneur.
Expected Outcomes of event 
  • Participants learned about idea generations ,Validation ,suitability and other factors with determination and perseverance
  • Participants learned how PowerPoint presentations enhanced learning experience
  • Participants identified and cleared their doubts ,seek advices and engage directly and gain learning experience
Targeted Participants:Researchers, Students
Total Participants:16
Resource Person:Mr. Ganesh Throat
Methodology used:PPT
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Activity:Research and Development
Activity level:Interdepartmental
Title:Report on regional meet 2024
Organized by:Research, Innovation and Incubation and IPR Cell
Venue:Pillai HOC College of Engineering and Technology, Rasayani campus,
Date:06/20/2024
Time:9.00 am onwards
Objective of event:
  • To inform about participants various initiatives and programs offered by the innovation and Incubation centre
  • To Inspire attendees to engage with the opportunities provided by the IIC and foster innovation and entrepreneurship
  • To Educate participants about the benefits and resources available through participants in IIC Programs and activities
Expected Outcomes of event 
  • Participants gain a deeper understanding the significance of various programme offered by the Incubation and innovation centre
  • The event felicitated valuable networking opportunities, enabling participants to connect with esteemed speakers and fellow attendees
  • Participants learned about benefits and recourses available through participation in IIC programs.
Targeted Participants:Researchers, Students
Total Participants:5
Resource Person:Dr.Karthik Nagarajan
Methodology used:PPT
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