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Revamping Agriculture With Skill Development And Entrepreneurship

Agriculture sector plays a formidable role in the sustained growth and development of the Indian economy.

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IIIT Delhi Organises Second Edition Of Pitch Cafe

Pitch cafe event gives an opportunity to budding entrepreneurs to present their ideas in front of investors, incubators and industrialists.

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Nexford University Launches INR 1.4 Cr Startup Funding For Its Graduates

The Washington DC-based university unveils Entrepreneurship Scholarship and INR 1.4 Crore funding opportunity for scholarship graduates.

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Aspire to Be Part of the Knowledge@Wharton High School Global Young Leaders Academy Summer Program

The Knowledge@Wharton High School Global Young Leaders Academy is a two-week, intensive summer program for high school students that is held at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

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IILM Organises 6th International PRME Conference

Reimagining sustainable futures - The SDG framework.

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Entrepreneurship Curriculum To Be Launched For School Students

A collaborative international discussion was organised by New Delhi Institute of Management (NDIM) on “Living Mindfully: Initiatives and Learnings” where Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi was the chief guest. R Anand, Sr Vice President HR, HCL Technologies shared his thoughts on his recently published book - Happiness at Work: Mindfulness, Analysis and Well-being. Midori Yamamoto, Professor of Indian Art and Culture, University of Kanazawa also shared her valuable insights on India-Japan collaboration in diverse fields for meeting manpower challenges in Japan. Yamamoto was a visiting professor at NDIM and supporting Japanese initiatives at NDIM.

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Struggles Of An Education Entrepreneur

I gave up an established career at 33 and established a successful career as an education entrepreneur

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Entrepreneurship education at an early age holds the key to curbing suicide rates among youth in India

India has one of the worlds’ highest suicide rates in youth aged 15 – 29. According to a 2015 report by the National Crime Records Bureau, every hour, one student commits suicide in India. Failure to cope with exams, fear of disappointing their parents and a general sense of hopelessness was a commonly stated reason for the suicides.

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Shrinking jobs: NSDC plans to support entrepreneurial projects

The Ministry of Skill Development and NSDC emphasise to focus on self-employment and development of entrepreneurial abilities.

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