INCULCATING ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT IN STUDENTS THROUGH ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION

Dr. Santhosh Kumar A. V., Dr. Dinesh N

Abstract


The Current Trend is that entrepreneurship education is gaining lot of importance in academic discipline. Entrepreneurship development has engrossed the consideration of academicians, policy makers, technologists and economists all over the world.   There is, however partial data available relating to entrepreneurship education in Asia, and specifically, in India.  India being on the inception of becoming the super power bloc of the world in terms of growth, development and talent has a lot to prove to the world to achieve that status. The only way to accomplish that status is through Enterprise. It is assumed that entrepreneurship education encourages the growth of new businesses, exploiting the entrepreneurial spirit within the education sector. In addition, entrepreneurship education and mentoring plays a crucial role in the development of enterprising citizens and uninterrupted journey in the process of knowledge construction and distribution.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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