Application Process: 06 May, 2020 - 06 Jun, 2020
Exam Date: 06 Jun, 2020 - 07 Jun, 2020
Courses in Entrepreneurship Management are offered in India at the postgraduate level. These aim to teach students how to design, launch and run a new business. Such courses train students how to identify opportunities, evaluate their viability and then how to exploit them best to develop new products and services that add value to everyday customers. Students learn the tricks of the trade as far as launching new firms is concerned and how to raise capital to get it running.The courses are designed in such a way that students get to hone their skills in terms of exerting control on a commercial undertaking, directing factors of production which are human, financial and material resources and overseeing the launch and growth of an enterprise. Students learn different ways of developing business plans, hiring suitable human resources, acquiring financial and material resources, providing leadership and eventually being accountable for the venture’s success or failure. One can pursue a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Entrepreneurship after graduation.
PG: Candidates must hold a degree in Bachelor of Arts/Science/Commerce/Engineering or in any other discipline along with a good score in entrance tests held for PG programme held by the various state, central and private universities.
Some of the positions offered to graduates in Entrepreneurial Management across sectors include:
PR Manager – Business Development
Account Based Marketing Lead
Strategic Partner Manager
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mca and mba course both are different in both ways, you should know that main job aspect after mca is software engineering or programmer, however you may also start your own business after completing some years of job experience in programming or software engineering field, but if you are interested for managerial role then you may go for mba, since your background in computer application you may choose mba in information system.
No, the 2 you mentioned are your extra subjects, you cannot include them in top 4. Your top 4 should include a language( English in your case), business studies, Maths (if you have), Accounts and Economics. If you didn't have maths, then you can put the subject you took in place of it in top 4.
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Having been an entrepreneur myself, the question is as MBA gives an overall exposure to business that is good enough to become an entrepreneur even if you look at most of the entrepreneurs they are not even an MBA. Now, the point is what is it that I would like to do, which is the area that interests me and that is the most important factor. What is my purpose and based on my purpose what are the courses that I should create so a program which allows to create a mix and match of courses, a basket which is aligned to that purpose is something that you should do. And most of the Universities, particularly like Vijaybhoomi University allows that to happen. I think the Bespoke approach is very very important that I can create my own pathway depending on my own interests. So it doesn't matter which particular specialisation, the idea is it should be a holistic approach.
Dr. Atish Chattopadhyay
VC, Vijaybhoomi University & Director, IFIM Business School
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