The program will help the students develop the skills required to evaluate business opportunities, create new ventures, and foster innovation. Additionally, it will hone your problem-solving and decision-making skills and explore the differences between managing start-ups versus large organizations. Analyze organizational development theories and change models currently being employed in organizations. The Entrepreneurship major develops knowledge and skills in the fields of new product development, change management and innovation and leadership, which are essential for those who aspire to make a career change directly into entrepreneurial ventures or return to a corporate setting with the necessary frameworks and skills to contribute entrepreneurial leadership. Students will explore the practical knowledge, strategy, and skills needed to plan for the legal issues, marketing, and the four functions of management involved in a new business, product, or service launch. Students will practice, in a team environment, all the initial steps involved in the entrepreneurial process to achieve success.
M.B.A. in Entrepreneurship (Fashion) + PGDFE (Distance Learning), is a part time 2 year course.
Deliverarbles: Virtual Classes, Study Material, Basic Stationery for Workshop, Exams, Online Support, Doubt clearance Classes once or twice in month (with prior appointment).
Graduate in any discipline from a recognized university or an equivalent degree with at least 45% marks in three years. Candidate applying for their final year exams may also apply.Application flow and Requirements