Enterprise Development Through Low Investment Project Profiles – Identification & Preparation
Alleviation of poverty has been one of the primary objectives of the new policy initiatives. All the programmes are aimed at promotion of sustainable self-employment ventures to raise the living standards of the economically and socially weaker sections.Self-employment is found to be the only alternative to ensure sustained incomes to the poor. The success of the programmes will depend to a great extent on the viability of the projects identified. This assumes especially a greater importance when the projects hitherto implemented have reached a stage of saturation. This situation warrants periodical opportunity studies and the extension agents need to be imparted relevant training for up gradation of the skills for identification of projects. A number of specialized institutions have been established to cater to the interests of specific groups such as women, scheduled castes, schedules tribes, backward classes, physically handicapped persons and minorities.
And any micro enterprise activity if supported by a formal project, it is helpful in monitoring in terms of both operational and financial. It outlines the plan of the implementing organization about the project, giving extensive information about the intention for implementation and the ways to manage and the results to be delivered from it.
Young and budding Entrepreneurs, Startups, Middle and field level officers, Directorate of Industries (Functional Managers, Project Managers and Technical Assistants / Industries Promotion Officers of DICs); national and state level corporations for specific categories of rural development, organizations concerned with manpower planning and self-employment promotion, decentralized sector organizations, commercial banks, grameena banks and financial institutions SDIBI, NABARD and non-governmental organizations involved in promoting income generating enterprises
- Upgrading skills to identify projects and the self-employment opportunity
- Gain insight into methodologies of preparing project profiles for identified projects
- Improving skills in processing / appraisal of proposals on low investment projects
3 days ((02-04 Dec 2019))
Rs. 7500/- (Residential)
Rs. 6000/- (Non-Residential) (18% GST as applicable).
The fee covers cost of tuition, reading material, boarding and lodging. It does not cover travel costs of participants. Fee once paid shall not be refunded. However, a substitute may be permitted.
For further details contact:
Mr. Vivek Kumar
Associate Faculty Member
School of Enterprise Development
|Enterprise Development through Low Investment Project Profiles-Identification and Preparation (02-04 Dec 2019).