Entrepreneurship & Skill Development Programme

Dates Will Be Announced Soon

09:45 – 17:00 HRS

Delhi / NCR

+91 9899460027

Finovista has signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Process & Product Development Centre (MSME – Technology Development Centre), Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MoMSME), Govt of India on the Promotion of MSME and Social Enterprise Development.

Finovista in partnership with Process & Product Development Centre (MSME – Technology Development Centre), Government of India, would be organizing various training programme to promote Social Enterprises under the under Entrepreneurship and Skill Development Programme (ESDP) of Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MoMSME), Govt of India in multiple locations.

Course Objective:

This six weeks long activity is aimed at conducting special entrepreneurship development programmes for new livelihood enterprise creation and rural enterprise development. This is a product-cum-process oriented activity-based programme. Comprehensive training programmes will be organized to upgrade skills of prospective entrepreneurs coupled with specific skills  Hands-on practice or demonstration relating to activities

Programme Structure

Module: A Basic Entrepreneurial guidance. Achievement Motivation Training (AMT)
Module: B Opportunity guidance & information on support services for new entrepreneurs
Module: C Managerial guidance
Module: D Procedural guidance/ Business plan preparation
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Programme Schedule

 

Date

SESSION 1

09:45 -11:15 HRS.

SESSION 2

11:30 – 13:00 HRS.

SEMION 3

13:45 -15:15 HRS.

SESSION 4

15:30- 17:00 HRS.

 

Day 1

Inauguration — Course Objectives,

Entrepreneurship – General

Concepts;

Advantages/ Charms of being an entrepreneur.

Who is an Entrepreneur?

What it takes to be an entrepreneur? Self-employment vs. Wage. employment; Emphasis on self-employment

Achievement motivation training

— Entrepreneurship Orientation – Innovativeness, Creativity, Risk taking, Goal Setting, Analytical ability.

SWOT analysis. Entrepreneurial

Qualities / Characteristics, attitude & Orientation

Day 2 Understanding micro, small &

medium enterprises and small service establishments.

Who am I?

Personality Development — SWOT analysis, Interpersonal Skills- An exercise for self-analysis – I

Entrepreneurial values and

attitudes. Developing entrepreneurial competencies.

Time Management

Soft Skills, Communication

 

Day3

 

g). Identification of business opportunities for entrepreneurs.

h) Mechanism of product. selection/ Idea Generation

i) Choices and sources of Technology etc.

 

Opportunities for village & rural industries.

Functions of KVIC/KVIB and their schemes of a  s  s is t a n c e for low – investment projects.

Opportunity guidance in, garments industry / Chemicals, Electronics, Food, Leather and other trades.(Manufacturing & ,Services) Meet your. Mentor – Experience sharing -.An Interface with a Successful Entrepreneur -I: The starting crises
 

Day 4

 

Marketing: Market Survey –

Demand Estimation – Tools & Technique survey by Questionnaire method

Digital Marketing Services of ‘District Industries Centres The PMEGP & Govt. Schemes. Procedures to avail assistance under these Schemes. Schemes of Ministry of MSME

and MSME-DO.

Services of MSC-DI

 

Day 5

 

How to start and manage a small/micro enterprise?

Step by step approach-statutory and mandatory requirements

Govt. policies, formalities, rules/ regulations and institutional support system to assist entrepreneurs Schemés  of  assistance to MSMEs offered by National Small Industries Corporation An Interface with a Successful Entrepreneur- II

Sustainability of a small-scale

Unit-Precautions

Day 6 to

Day 25

 

Practical classes: To upgrade specific skills of prospective entrepreneurs/ hands on practice or demonstration relating to activities.

 

Inputs specified for EAPs will be integral part of E-SDP. However the programme is to be suitably tailored to the needs of trade or specific activity and the target group of trainees covered, under the specific training programme. Some examples of courses conducted under ESDPs are in Agro Based Products, Herbal Cosmetics, Fashion Garments, Hosiery. Food & Fruit  Processing Industries, Soap and detergents/House-Hold Chemicals, Leather/Jute/Rexene Products/Novelties, Carpet Weaving, Mechanical Engineermg Workshop/ Machine Shop, Heat Treatment, Electroplating, Basic/Advance Welding/Fabrication/Sheet metal Work,. Basic/Advance Carpentry, Glass & Ceramics, Industrial.& Art Wares, Servicing/Repairing of Household Electrical Appliances and Electronic Gadgets, TV Repairing, Washing Machine Repair, Stereo/Sound. System/Speaker Assembly & Repair, Gem Cutting & Polishing, Engineering Plastics, Solar/Non-Conventional Energy .Equipment Installation/Maintenance, Plumber. Work, .Information Technology, Computer Hardware Maintenance, Computerized Accounting, DTP and Screen Printing, Tour operators, Mobile Repairing, etc. The list is illustrative only. Additional skills appropriate to the location and. target group may be considered.

Day 26 CGTMSE/Collectral –free loans.

Incentives & Concessions for MSMEs.

Finance –cum –subsidy schemes for new entrepreneurs.

Schemes for MSMEs being operated by commercial banks/ financial institutions.

Role & schemes of assistances of SC/ST Hub for promoting Entrepreneurs./ Financing for MSMEs-SIDBI’s

Scheme-CGTMSE

Day 27 e)      Salient features of a project Report/Business plan.

f)       Preparation of Business plan

Working Capital Assessment & Break-Even Analysis Contents of a Project Report

Understanding financial

Statements-Projections and assumptions in a project report

Recap & Review

Brainstorming sessions on the choice of projects/products

Day 28 Visit to some of the near by Small & Medium Scale Units-Field –level assessment
Day 29 Financial Management-Book Keeping & Accountancy as relevant to MSMEs Organization structure/ form of Enterprises (MSMEs) Business Laws, GST/ Taxation guidance for MSME entrepreneurs Statutory Requirements. An Interface with a successful Entrepreneur-III

Common Business Crises and How to avoid them?

Day 30 Details on Filing of Udyog Aadhar Memorandum.

Filling up of PMEGP/MUDRA loan application form

Production/Operations Management- Quality concepts (Six Sigma,5S,Kaizen) Group discussion on projects chosen, Role Play, Q&A session Feedback.

Valedictory/Certificate distribution