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Entrepreneurship Management - Colleges and Courses in India

In this page we have provided detailed information about colleges and universities that are offering courses in Entrepreneurship Management. The main course offered by MBA colleges in India is the two-year Post Graduate diploma in Entrepreneurship Management

Scope of MBA Entrepreneurship Management

Institutes providing MBA Entrepreneurship Management identify prospective entrepreneurs and provide them with a thorough knowledge and appropriate approach towards the subject, consequently producing industrious entrepreneurs.

The ultimate objective of MBA Entrepreneurship Management will be

  • to create effective and successful entrepreneurs out of those who have no exposure to this vocation, but have an inclination and desire to turn into such entities, and
  • to enhance the skills of those who are currently functioning as such.

MBA Entrepreneurship Management is for individuals who are willing to do something on their own and are even ready to leave their secure jobs to pursue a business venture. There are several institutes that offer entrepreneurship courses in India.

Courses in Entrepreneurship Management

MBA Entrepreneurship Management offered by MBA institutes are as given below. Some of these are full time residential programs and some are part time. Click on the links below to see the institutes offering MBA Entrepreneurship Management.

  • Post Graduate Programme for Certificate in Entrepreneurship Management (PGP-CEM) - 6 Month course from XLRI
  • Family Managed Business by S.P. Jain Institute of management & Research is an 18 month Management Programme for youngsters from business families. It requires the participant to learn at the institute for 1 week per month and gain hands-on business experience for the remaining 3 weeks of the month.
  • Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai offers 1 year, Week-end Family Business Management Program (FMBA). Classes are held on Saturdays (Full day) and Sundays (Half day).
  • Xavier Institute of Management & Entrepreneurship, Bangalore offers Entrepreneurship Development programme. The diverse aspects of the programme will be covered through sessions at XIME for four weeks followed by a week of Business plan preparation and mentoring.
  • Loyola Institute of Business Administration, Chennai offers Diploma in Computerised Financial Accounting(DCFA) and Diploma in Information Technology Enterprise(DIIT) through its Centre for Entrepreneurial Development
  • Nirma Institute of Management, Ahmedabad offers MBA (Family Business & Entrepreneurship)
  • Department of Management Studies, University of Madras , Chennai
  • Institute of Productivity and Management, Ghaziabad offers Post Graduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship Management
  • Amity Business School, Noida offers MBA - Entrepreneurship ( 2 Years )
  • L.N. Welingker, Mumbai offers 2 years full time PGDM Business Design. The purpose of this course is to supply students as future leaders/managers with knowledge and practical abilities in creative, innovative and entrepreneurial processes. Another course offered is PGDM Family Managed Business (PGDM FMB).
  • EMPI, New Delhi offers Post Graduate Diploma in Management - Entrepreneurship

Curriculum of MBA Entrepreneurship Management

The curriculum focus on functional areas of business like finance, marketing, strategy and human resource (HR) etc., and also on fields of specific interest in the context of entrepreneurial development in India like women entrepreneurship, family business agripreneurship and social enterprises. Special inputs are included on team-building skills, self-motivation techniques, learnings for managers from Indian heritage, etc.

The curriculum consists of three different categories of courses -

  • Foundational courses,
  • Courses which are intended to enhance the entrepreneurial skills and
  • Courses those which impart an integrative approach to business.

Course Contents of MBA Entrepreneurship Management

  • Entrepreneur and Entrepreneurship: Evolution of the Concept of Entrepreneur - Characteristics of an Entrepreneur -Distinction between an Entrepreneur and a Manager - Functions of an Entrepreneur - Types of Entrepreneur - Intrapreneur - Concept of Entrepreneurship - Growth of Entrepreneurship in India - Role of - Entrepreneurship in Economic Development - Concept of Entrepreneurship - Functions, growth, Problems, Development, Recent Trends of Women Entrepreneurship - Meaning of and - Need for Rural Entrepreneurship - Problems and Development of Rural Entrepreneurship.
  • Factors Affecting Entrepreneurial Growth: Economic and Non-Economic Factors - Government Actions; Entrepreneurial motivation; Entrepreneurial competencies; Entrepreneurial mobility; and Entrepreneurship Development Programmes (EDPs) - Need for, objectives, course contents and curriculum, phases, evaluation of EDPs.
  • Small Enterprises: Definition - Characteristics - Relationship with large units - Rationale - Objectives - Scope of Small Enterprises - Opportunities for an Entrepreneurial career - Role of Small Enterprises in Economic Development - Their problems - Project Identification and Selection - Project Formulation - Project Appraisal - Financing - ownership Structures.
  • Institutional Finance to Entrepreneurs: Commercial Banks - Other Financial Institutions such as IDBI, IFCI, ICICI, IRBI, LIC, UTI, SFCs, SIDCs, SIDBI, and EXIM Bank ; Need for Institutional support to Entrepreneurs - Role of NSIC, SIDO, SSIB, SSICs, SISI, DICs, Industrial Estates, Specialized Institutions, and TCOs.
  • Venture Capital: Venture Capital Financing Concept and features, Need, relevance and development of venture capital funds. Structure and regulatory framework of venture capital financing in India. Investment process and evaluation - Conventional valuation method, the first Chicago method, Revenue multiplier method. Structuring venture capital financing.Investments nurturing methodologies - valuation of venture capital portfolio. Performance of TDICI and other Venture Capital Firms in India. Exit Strategies of venture capital financing.Policy imperatives of VCF development in India.

Books for MBA Entrepreneurship Management

  • S.S. Khanka, 2007, Entrepreneurial Development, S. Chand & Co. Ltd.
  • Vasanth Desai, 2007, Dynamics of Entrepreneurial Development and Management, Himalaya Publishing House, Millenium Edition.
  • Dr. Vasant Desai, 2006, Small Scale Industries and Entrepreneurship, Himalaya Publishing House.
  • A. Sahay and A. Nirjar, 2006, Entrepreneurship, Excel Books.
  • S.R.Bhowmik and M. Bhowmik, 2007, Entrepreneurship, New Age International.
  • David H. Hott, 2004, Entrepreneurship New Venture Creation, PHI.
  • Poornima. M Charantimath, 2006, Entrepreneurial Development and Small Business Enterprises, Pearson Education.
  • Morse.E.A., Mitchell.R.K., 2006, Cases in Entrepreneurship, Sage Publications.
  • Donald G. Kuratko and Richard M. Hodgetts, 2006, Entrepreneurship, Thomson.
  • Raj Agrawal, 2005, Business Environment, Excel Books.

 

 

 

     
 

 

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