Entrepreneur Development Cell:

Entrepreneur Development Cell is formed to encourage and develop students of our college to be entrepreneurs in future. EDC's main objective is to motivate and inspire the students to take up their Family Business towards global standards. Therefore, with compliance of the objective of the forum, Entrepreneur Development Cell was formed under the chairmanship of Prof Tejashree Patankar.

Committee (2016-17):

Faculty Incharge

Dr.(Smt.) Tejashree Patankar 

Student Secretary

Swapnil S. Gaikwad  

Student Joint Secretary

Sanidhya Chavan

Student Treasurer

Vaibhavi Dusi



Activities Planned for 2016-17:

1st Term :

1. Workshop with AIFMB
2. Making Business Project Report with the guidance of an expert

2nd Term :

1. Tie up with various eminent institutions
2. Student Entrepreneurship Exhibition
3. Expert talks by eminent persons
4. Panel Discussion
5. Guest Talk

Annual Report (2015-16)

Event 1- Inauguration workshop
DATE : 29th January 2016
SPEAKER : Mr. Samish Dalal
VENUE : R.A Podar College
ORGANIZER : AIFM

The opening workshop of the Entrepreneurship Development Cell was organized by AIFMB on 29th January 2016. The members of the training team were Ms. Sujata Nandi Roy, program director of AIFMB and Mr. Samish Dalal, Bcom in Accountancy, The MS University of Baroda 1997, MBA, University of Queensland, Australia 2002. The objective of the workshop was to inspire students to become 1st or 2nd generation entrepreneurs. The main message put forth at the workshop was that Asian economies are going to be driven by excellence of Family Business and not by MNC's. The students were very pleased with the outcome of the workshop as it taught them the importance of time and business and they are eagerly looking forward to the next session.

Event 2 - Make in India week
DATE : 18th February 2016
NO. OF STUDENTS : 15
VENUE: Bandra Kurla Complex grounds
The students of the Entrepreneurship Development Cell visited the Make in India week on the 18th of February 2016 at the BandraKurla Complex grounds. The venue had as many as 32 large tents showcasing exhibits from various fields ranging from defence, entrepreneurship, FMCGs, Infrastructure among other sectors. The main attractions were the new Indian FMCG companies which were newly established. The defence and construction equipment’s on display were also very good. Overall, the Make in India week proved very enlightening and informative for the students who can use this knowledge to their benefit and contribute towards the country's growth in the future.

A visit to Make in India Week

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