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The Missing Indian Entrepreneurs


Do they want to startup

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And what we found out

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Community Inputs

Extra-Curricular Inputs

Pedagogial Inputs

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92% of the Indian students have not attended a single course on entrepreneurship

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Only 16% of the Indian students who were taught Entrepreneurship, were also taught the most essential & contemporary Concepts of entrepreneurship

Incomplete !

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Only 10.8% of the students have frequent access to entrepreneurship focused workshops and events.

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80%

Close to of those who frequently meet successful entrepreneurs also intend to startup soon or in medium term.

But only 13% of the students in India are able to frequently meet or interact with successful entrepreneurs.

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The community Is Missing!

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The alumni community cannot be found

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References •

1 1Linxiu Zhang, Eli Pollak, Ross Darwin, Matthew Boswell, and Scott Rozelle,(2013), Are Elite University Graduates Aiding China’s Transition to an Innovation-based Economy? Results from a Career Choices Survey among Would-Innovators in China and the United States, 58-69, Asia Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics, Volume 20, Issue No. 1, March 2013 2 In short to medium term; Short term : Immediately after college, Medium term: After three years of working. Wherever used in the presentation, the intention to startup includes the short and medium term intention


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