“Rain water accumulated on the roof top without an outlet, shall bring down the roof. Likewise, wealth without charity will ruin the household of weatthy.”
:- Seth Jai Parkash
Believing on this philosophy, we have always aimed to reach out and give back to the community so also the society as a whole. The Entrepreneurship Development Cell of JMIT was officially established in the year 2006 as a step forward to achieve this goal. The fundamentals underneath were to help our society and economy by creating “job generators”.
The ED cell has been established with the following objectives;
• To create a culture of innovation-driven entrepreneurship
• To act as an information center for planning/registering and executing business ideas through student projects
• To build a nexus of alumni-entrepreneurs, current students, industries and policy makers
• Provide business incubation to early stage entrepreneurs
What We Do
FUNCTIONS OF EDC
• Provide consultation/ useful information on MSME Registration/ loan schemes/ business plan framework/ government policies and incubation facilities for setting up new ventures.
• Create awareness about social entrepreneurs
• Organize interactive sessions with alumni entrepreneurs
• Communication of useful information shared by our partners (CII/NEN/AAJR) to our students
• Training programs on entrepreneurship & skill development
• Conduct webinars from NEN
• Arrange student visits to operational SMEs and Incubation centers
• Communicate government’s initiatives and schemes (like start-up India/Skill India) to the students
• 27-03-2017 : successful completion of two projects as mentioned below at Centers of Excellence-Robotics in JMIT by Talvinder and his team (3rd year, ECE)
Project 1: Line follower
Project 2: Obstacle Avoider and Surface checker
• 20-03-2017 : The first stage of a Project Titled “Real Time Interfacing of Parallel Port using MATLAB” has been successfully completed by Student Team .
Mr. Amandeep (1213707), Mr. Jai (1215711), Mr. Sunil (1215727), Mr.Gourav(1216786) under the Supervision of Dr. Nidhika Birla, Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engg., JMIT, Radaur
• 16-03-2017 : ‘Writing Business Plan’ Competition organized by ED Cell.
Mr. Vishal Juneja [B.Tech Mech.-4th Year] & Team – 1st Prize of Rs.2100/-forMedicos
Mr. Ritesh [MBA-2nd Year] & Team – 2nd Prize of Rs.1500 /- for Local Lassi Base SOYA Milk
Ms. Tanu Kansal [IT-2nd Year] & Team- 3rd Prize for Rs.1100 /- for FIT Drinks
• 8-03-2017 : Awareness program on MSME Registration Process, Probable Funding Sources and the framework for writing the Business Plan by Ms. Mitrabinda Singh, AP, MBA
• 18-02-2017 : Entrepreneurship Development Mela by MBA Department : Student participants took the challenge of showcasing revenue generation capabilities through their innovative ideas in small scale. The Mela helped in creating awareness about Entrepreneurship
• 14-01-2017 : ‘Entrepreneurial Skills’ by Ms. Indu Aggarwal, Founder of Disha for Success, Chandigarh
• 26-10-2016 : Engine Overhauling Workshop of 4 Stroke Diesel Engines
• 4-10-2016 : “Accelerate Innovative with TRIZ for Technology & Engineering” by Dr. Lau Siong Hoe, Dean, Faculty of Information Science & Technology, Multimedia University, Malaysia
• 17-9-2016 : “Youth Entrepreneurship : A Toolkit” by Mr.Paramjeet Singh, Director, Regional Center for Entrepreneurship Development, Chandigarh
• 16-10- 2015 : Entrepreneurship workshop/ Guest Lecture on “Business Incubation Center”
News & Updates
On 11th April 2017, Ms. Mitrabinda Singh and Ms. Sonam Makkar attended the 4th Indo-Australia Skills Conference at Hotel Taj Palace, New Delhi on behalf of JMIT, Radaur with a purpose to understand both Industrial and Government policy directions with reference to Entrepreneurship and Skill Development. The skill conference was jointly organized by Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) and Ministry of Skill development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE). MSDE is a newly formed ministry by the current government and had their\ first joint committee meeting in April 2017. Honorable minister of state, Sri Rajeev Prasad Rudhi and Joint Secretary Sri Rajesh Aggarwal have put forth the purpose, vision and priorities in their speeches. They have also called for participation from both Indian and Australian industries and educational institutes. Mr. Aggarwal emphasized on triple ‘S’ (Skill, Speed & Scale).
The representatives from Industries have shown concern over our technical education system which is not following industrial needs and it is almost absurd to ask industries to follow the curriculum that is not updated time to time, for example, the CEO of Saral Rozgar referring to their own “blue collared” job portal (as evidence) had made it clear that in India, we have millions of jobs advertised at a point of time and all over the year but the job seekers/ fresh graduates are not able to grab the job due to a deficit of skills (higher importance being on soft skills and other area-wise required skills). Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship is established to bridge the skill gap and is ready to give monetary (loans/grants) or regulatory help in creating world class trainers and entrepreneurs who help in skill development programs and help the government to bridge the gap and produce the required no. of skilled workforce for our economy.
Er. Vikram Verma
Associate Professor/ Dean SA&W
Contact Phone: 8295905255