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Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) at Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology was initiated in the year 2016-17 with a vision of bringing out successful entrepreneurs from the Institute. EDC aims to conduct research work and survey for identifying entrepreneurial opportunities (particularly in S&T areas and Service sector). To organize guest lectures, Seminars, Workshops etc. for promotion and growth of S& T based entrepreneurship. EDC mentors the Student startups within the campus.

 

 

 

Vision:

To bring out successful entrepreneurs imbibed with leadership qualities using innovative and ethical business practices to make global impact

 

 

Mission:

  • To Instill passion and spirit among students to pursue entrepreneurship
  • To Impact entrepreneurial education/skills amongst students through various trainings and Skill Development Programmes
  • To Develop business incubators
MoU
MoU with Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII), Ahmadabad as Knowledge Partner On 06/04/2017

 

 

Mr. Raman Gujaral, Regional Head, EDII Ahmedabad had addressed students prior to signing the MoU with EDC AIET and Our Beloved chairman  Dr. M. Mohan Alva Signed the MoU on behalf of Alvas Education Foundation.

Reports

2019-20
2018-19
2017-18
2016-17
2019-20

GRASSROOT ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT

GUEST TALK ON GRASSROOT ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT

 

Speaker: Dr. Santhosh Kumar Pattanayak, Former Managing Director, Indian Railway Financial Corporation

Date: 26/10/2019

 

Entrepreneurship Development Cell of Alva’s Institute of Engineering and technology in association with Department of Civil Engineering had organized a guest talk on “GRASSROOT ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT” by Dr.Santhosh Kumar Pattanayak who is a Former Managing Director in Indian Railway Finance corporation, on 26/10/2019 at 12:30 pm. The guest was preceded on to the dais by Dr. H Ajith Hebbar, H.O.D of Civil Engineering Department through a floral welcome. The guest along with the gathering was welcomed by Dr.H Ajith Hebbar through a welcome speech. The sequence of the programme was followed by introduction of the guest about his achievements by a student of civil engineering department. The platform was then opened to the guest speaker for an interactive session with the students.

 

Addressing the students Dr.Santhosh Kumar Pattanayak spoke about the importance of entrepreneurship and the reasons for not being an entrepreneur. Further discussing the risk involved in taking up entrepreneurship was delivered to the gathering. The guidance to become an efficient entrepreneur was then conveyed stating that “The opportunities are many but holding the right skill level to grab the opportunities is very much essential to become a good entrepreneur”. The concept of C-NET that stands for Centre for Nurture Entrepreneurs Talent was discussed and the main objective lies in the Grassroot Entrepreneurship Development which involves training the budding entrepreneur. The steps involved in C-NET concept was then delivered, which include visualizing the power of the country, break the pattern present in ones mindset, creating opportunities and build the scenario to fulfill the opportunities. At the end, he encouraged each and everyone to strive hard to make the villages a developed one through GED to connect the islands of excellence. An example of Hosangadi village, where the working of C-NET product at a virtual level and its working was briefly explained by the speaker. The platform was then opened for a questionnaire session with the students. The trustee of Alva’s Education Foundation Mr.Vivek Alva presided over the programme and addressed the gathering. The guest was honored with a memento as a symbol of gratitude by the institution which marked the end of the session.

 

PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE EVENT:

 

 

ENTREPRENEURSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN INDIA

GUEST TALK ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN INDIA

 

Speaker: Mr.AshwathHegde,  Founder and Managing Director, Envigreen Biotech India Pvt Ltd.

Date: 05/08/2019

 

A guest talk was organized by Entrepreneurship Development Cell, AIET during the boot camp for Final Year Engineering students on 05/08/2019 between 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM in the AIET Auditorium. Mr. Ashwath Hegde guided the Students on Entrepreneurship Opportunities in India.

 

‘’Business or entrepreneurship is a field that requires in depth knowledge of economy, people and marketing strategies,” said Ashwath Hegde, Founder and Managing Director, Envigreen Biotech Pvt. Ltd. He said that one cannot even succeed in the field of business with outdated ideas. It is a field which requires people to think something new, unique and yet reliable.  An entrepreneur or a businessman should have a witty brain, should focus on his goals. There are plenty of opportunities available for those who aspire to be entrepreneurs. Making money is not the ultimate aim of business. Instead one should give back to the society or community, he advised.

Prof. Sushanth Lobo, Placement Officer and the Convener of the boot camp presented a memento to the Speaker as a token of gratitude.

Prof. Sanjay S, Co-ordinator of Entrepreneurship Development Cell conveyed the vote of thanks and concluded the programme.

 

ENTREPRENEURSHIP AS A CAREER

GUEST TALK ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP AS A CAREER

 

Speaker : Ms. Apoorva Mulani, Head of Human Resources, Popshot

Date: 01/08/2019

 

A guest talk was organized by Entrepreneurship Development Cell, AIET during the boot camp for Final Year Engineering students 0n 01/08/2019 between 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM in the AIET Auditorium.

 

 

Apoorva  Mulani,  addressed the gathering on the topic ‘Entrepreneurship as a career’.  She told new ventures generating enormous wealth for the entrepreneurs and an entrepreneur must possess certain qualities while starting up a new company of their own. Further she spoke about the smart browsing app “pop Shot”, which is the world’s first ever interactive browser built for smart phones and interactive screenshot feature launched in India. She sensitized the gathering on various internship programs available for the students, planning for a new start up.

In her concluding remark she spoke about the major aspect of entrepreneurship that is to “understand the market and the audience”.

Mr. Vivek Alva, Managing Trustee, Alva’s Education Foundation presented a memento to the Speaker as a token of gratitude.

Prof. Sushanth Lobo, Placement Officer and the Convener of the boot camp conveyed the vote of thanks and concluded the programme.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

REPORT OF GUEST TALK ON “INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS”

Resource Person: Mr. Vivek Anand Sagar, IP Attorney and Consultant, KSCST, Bangalore

Date: 07/09/2019

                                   

The talk was held at Engineering seminar hall, AIET for which the members of Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) and Innovation Club took part in large numbers.

 

 

Vivek Anand Sagar, IP Attorney and Consultant, Patent Information Centre, KSCST, Bengaluru was the guest speaker, who started off the session by making the students understand the intellect everyone possessed and how important it was to safe guard our ideas, thoughts and innovations.

 

He interacted with the students by picking up real life examples which clearly made the students understand the importance of IPR.

 

He also gave information to the students of the final year regarding how the government was funding for different, innovative ideas so as to start their own firms and pick up entrepreneurial life. He spoke about the principles of IPR and how by abiding those one who possessed an unique idea could easy patent his/her ideas. He spoke the rewards one could get if he/she put some effort to patent their idea. He also emphasized on copyrights, trademarks and royalties ones were getting whose patented their intellect.

 

He spoke about the tenure the patent would last and also added the scrutiny methods the centre adopted to ensure one’s right. He streamlined his thoughts towards engineering and technical domains where he told who the prototype or product should be industrially applicable to receive a patent.

 

He spoke about the non-obvious ideas in industry which should be looked before filling for a patent. He educated the students how an idea would be called a non-obvious idea by skilled people in the sector or domain of industry concerned.

 

At last he gave an insight about which ideas could not be patented. The students were well educated about the importance of IPR and how one could claim their rights over their thoughts by the end of the talk.

 

 

Prof. Sanjay S, EDC Co-ordinator, AIET, conveyed the vote of thanks for the program and presented a memento to Mr. Vivek Anand Sagar and concluded the program.

2018-19

Social Entrepreneurship

Report of Talk on Social Entrepreneurship

 

Dr. Hafeez Basha, Chief Technology officer & Government Liaison. He was invited on behalf of the college on 27th August, 2018.He inspired the students not only to take up entrepreneurship but also gave a spark to notch up their career as a social entrepreneur.

 

He briefed about the social entrepreneurship and also emphasized about the role of entrepreneurs in the development of the society. He also differentiated between a traditional entrepreneur and NGO’s and also stressed about how different a social entrepreneur can leave an impact in the development of the nation and the human race as whole.

 

He spoke about setting up an incubation centre under the scheme Niti-Ayog in collaboration with the EDC, Alvas. He gave elaborate information about the working of the organisation and also how the funds could be drawn for the student’s benefit. He also shared his knowledge and instilled a passion for the growth as an entrepreneur and also assured how the incubation centre would provide a platform for the development and growth of a student as an entrepreneur. He also added that a funding from the Government would be provided for the worthy ideas and projects.

Talk on Startups

Report of Talk on Startups

 

The Inauguration of the Entrepreneurship Development Cell for the year 2018-2019 was held on 23-08-2018 in the Engineering Seminar hall.

 

The Guests, Amartya Gupta and Piyush Naveen Bansal, the Co-Founders of “Wheels on Roll”, Dr. Peter Fernandes, Principal of AIET and Mr. Sanjay S, Co-ordinator of the Entrepreneurship Development Cell graced the occasion.

 

The program started off with the address by Dr Peter Fernandes, Principal, AIET who emphasized on the need for a strong and effective Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) in the college in order to bring out a change in the mind-set of the students to take up Entrepreneurship seriously at the tender age and that the main aim of the EDC was to “Learn and Earn”.

 

The home of the Entrepreneurship Development Cell, the EDC WEBPAGE was launched by the principal of AIET along with the chief guests Mr. Amartya Gupta and Mr. Piyush Bansal.

 

The chief guests then took over. Mr. Amartya began his address like it was just another hostel story where he and his friends were talking about the general issues around them and one among the issues was the lack of facilities for students to move around the 300acre campus. The survey was carried out using a google form. He emphasized on how they never thought about the future, but they just wanted to keep customers happy and genuinely help them. Mr. Amartya also spoke about how their journey was successful in spite of not having any entrepreneurs or faculties to guide them. This was because they were self-sufficient and very passionate.

 

This also inspired the students that age doesn’t matter if you really want to be an entrepreneur. If you are passionate enough being an engineering student with a busy academic schedule will also not hamper your journey to be a successful entrepreneur.

 

The talk was concluded by thanking the guests present and by giving away momentoes by Mr. Sanjay S, Co-Ordinator, EDC as a token of love.

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PROGRAMME SCHEDULE

 

 

14/03/2019

THURSDAY

 

Session 1

9.00am -11.00

am

Inauguration

Mrs. Ramya Rai – DEAN

Entrepreneurship – objective, general concepts

Arunkumar.K & Akhilesh

 

Session 2

11.00am – 1.00

pm

Entrepreneur competencies and Entrepreneur interaction

Dr. Muralidhar Rao (Musa – Gene Tech)

 

Session 3

2.00 pm – 3.00pm

 

Significace of entrepreneurship in present scenario,corporate entrepreneurship/ intrapreneurship

Dr.Kurian

 

Session 4

3.00pm –

5.00pm

Steps in starting an

entreprise

Dr. Ravi Kumar – AIET

 

 

 

 

 

15/03/2019

FRIDAY

 

Session 1

9.00am -11.00

am

 

Idea lab

Mr. Akhilesh Bairy k

 

Session 2

11.00am – 1.00

pm

 

Business plan- simulation game

Mr. Manohar Acharya

 

Session 3

2.00 pm – 3.30pm

 

Business plan preparation

Mr. Balakrishna

 

Session 4

3.30pm –

5.00pm

Brief explanation about one year EDII programme in entrepreneurship

Mr. Arun Kumar

 

 

 

 

16/03/2019

SATURDAY

 

Session 1

9.00am -11.00

am

Entrepreneur opportunities

Mr. Vivekananda DIC

 

Session 2

11.00am – 1.00

pm

Technologies for Entrepreneur

Mr. Yogesh Rao

 

Photographs of Programme

ENTREPRENEUR AWARENESS CAMP -4

PROGRAMME SCHEDULE

Date and Day

Session*

Subject / Topic

Faculty

1

2

3

4

7/03/19

1st Day

I

Inauguration. Ice breaking, Camp

Objective, Entrepreneurship concepts, Micro Lab

Prof Sanjay, AIET

II

Introduction to Entrepreneur ship and the present scenario, Entrepreneur

competencies-

Prof Yogish Rao, AIET

III

Entrepreneur Motivational Talk and Learning by simulation Games

Mr Sunder S, Asst Director MSME

Mangalore

IV

Inputs on Steps in Starting an Enterprise, Procedural and Regulatory Aspects

Mr Sunder S, Asst Director MSME

Mangalore

8/03/19

2nd Day

I

Entrepreneur motivational talk by a successful Entrepreneur- Success story

Mr.Nikhil , Founde kadam steels Entrepreneur , Belagavi.

II

Identification of Business Opportunity

Mr.Nikhil , Founder, Kadam

Steels, Belagavi

 

III

Idea Lab-

Presentation of Ideas by all student groups and discussion for improvements.

 Panel consist of   

 Prof Sanjay S,  

  AIET

Prof Yogish Rao

AIET

9/03/19

3rd Day

I

Introduction to various Government funding schemes trough Banks for entrepreneurs and other benefits available.

 

Prof Yogish Rao, AIET

II

 

Basics of Effective Project report preparation

Prof Yogish Rao, AIET

III & IV

M/S ALVA’S PHARMACY MOODBIDRI.

Prof Praveen KC Prof Yogish Rao,

 

Photographs of Programme   

ENTREPRENEUR AWARENESS CAMP -3

PROGRAMME SCHEDULE

21/02/19

1st Day

I

Inauguration. Ice breaking, Camp

Objective, Entrepreneurship concepts, Micro Lab

Prof Sanjay.S

AIET

 

II

Introduction to Entrepreneur ship and the present scenario, Entrepreneur

competencies-

Prof Yogish Rao, AIET

III

Entrepreneur Motivational Talk and Learning by simulation Games

Mr Sunder S, Asst Director MSME

Mangalore

IV

Inputs on Steps in Starting an Enterprise, Procedural and Regulatory Aspects

Mr Sunder S, Asst Director MSME

Mangalore

22/02/19

2nd Day

I

Entrepreneur motivational talk by a successful Entrepreneur- Success story

Mr. Shankaran l

,

Gama Industries Entrepreneur , Mangalore.

II

Identification of Business Opportunity

Mr. Shankaran l

,

Gama Industries Entrepreneur , Mangalore.

III

Idea Lab-

Presentation of Ideas by all student groups and discussion for improvements.

 

Panel consist of Prof Sanjay, AIET

Prof Yogish Rao AIET

Prof

Sudharshan, AIET

IV

23/02/19

3rd Day

I

Introduction to various Government funding schemes trough Banks for entrepreneurs and other benefits available.

 

Prof Yogish Rao, AIET

II

 

Basics of Effective Project report preparation

Prof Yogish Rao, AIET

III & IV

Industrial Visit- M/s Alvas Pharmacy Moodbidri

Prof Praveen KC Prof Yogish Rao

 

Photographs of Programme   

ENTREPRENEUR AWARENESS CAMP -2

PROGRAMME SCHEDULE

 

 

10/01/2019

Thursday

 

Session 1

9.00am -11.00

am

Inauguration,

Key speaker

( Entrepreneurship – objective, general concepts)

Mr. Vivek Alva (AEF)

 

Session 2

11.00am – 1.00

pm

Ice –breaking

( students interaction)

Mr. Arunkumar & Mr. Akhilesh

 

Session 3

2.00 pm – 3.30pm

 

Introduction to entrepreneurship, significance of entrepreneurship in present scenario, corporate entrepreneurship/ intrapreneurship

Dr. Kurian

Session 4

3.30pm -5.00pm

Entrepreneur competencies

Mr. Guruprasad

 

 

 

 

11/01/2019

FRIDAY

Session 1

9.00am -11.00

am

Entrepreneur interaction

Dr. Muralidhar Rao (Musa – Gene Tech)

Session 2

11.00am – 1.00

pm

Steps in starting an enterprise

Manager (Canara Bank Moodbidri)

Session 3

2.00 pm – 3.30pm

 

Industry visit

Jaldheep Plastics Moodbidri

Session 4

3.30pm -5.00pm

 

Session 1

9.00am -11.00

am

Idea lab

Mr. Akhilesh

Session 2

11.00am – 1.00

pm

Business plan- simulation game

Mr. Yogesh Rao

 

 

12/01/2019

SATURDAY

Session 3

2.00 pm – 3.30pm

Business plan preparation

Mr. Shivaram

Session 4

3.30pm -5.00pm

Brief explanation about one year EDII programme in entrepreneurship

Mr. Arun Kumar

 

Photographs of Programme

ENTREPRENEUR AWARENESS CAMP -1

PROGRAMME SCHEDULE

Date

and Day

Session*

Subject / Topic

Faculty

1

2

3

4

16/08/18

1st Day

I

Inauguration. Ice breaking, Camp Objective, Entrepreneurship

concepts, Micro Lab

Prof Sanjay, AIET

II

Introduction to Entrepreneur ship

and the present scenario, Entrepreneur competencies-

Prof Yogish Rao, AIET

III

Entrepreneur Motivational Talk and Learning by simulation Games

Mr Sunder S, Asst Director MSME

Mangalore

IV

Inputs on Steps in Starting an Enterprise, Procedural and Regulatory Aspects

Mr Sunder S, Asst Director MSME

Mangalore

17/08/18

2nd Day

I

Entrepreneur motivational talk by a successful Entrepreneur- Success story

Mr.Nikhil , Founder kadam steels Entrepreneur , Belagavi.

II

Identification of Business Opportunity

Mr.Nikhil , Founde kadam steels Entrepreneur ,

Belagavi.

III

Idea Lab-

Presentation of Ideas by all student groups and discussion for improvements.

 

Panel consist of Prof Sanjay, AIET

Prof Yogish Rao

AIET

IV

18/08/18

3rd Day

I

Introduction to various Government funding schemes trough Banks for entrepreneurs and other benefits available.

 

Prof Yogish Rao, AIET

II

 

Basics of Effective Project report preparation

Prof Yogish Rao, AIET

Photographs of Programme    :

 

THE PMKVY SKILL DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATION TRAINING FOR FY 2018-19

The registration and admission Process for allotted trades, completed as per time line. The details are presented as follows,

  • CNC Operator training- 25 candidates registered
  • Lathe Operator training-25 candidates
  • Weld Repair technician training-25 candidates

The training classes were conducted as per time table planned in l5ne with guidelines given.

Evaluation       and     certification      process      was     conducted      by    Skill      India   Council appointed Independent third party on 4th and 5th July 2019.

  • The certification process for all trades included following three phases-
  1. Knowledge test- Theory Online test
  2. Viva – Oral confirmation of knowledge
  • Practical- Test of skill of the trade

 

The following photos are captured during Evaluation process

 

2017-18

CHALLENGES IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP

REPORT OF TALK ON CHALLENGES IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP

The inauguration of the activities for the academic year 2017-2018 was scheduled to take place on 23/09/2017. The stage was set for a young& dynamic entrepreneur in Mr. Ashwath Hegde, Managing Director, Envi Green Biotech India Pvt. Ltd. to grab eye balls in the auditorium in the presence of Mr. Vivek Alva and Prof. Sanjay S, EDC Co-ordinator.

Mr. AshwathHegde had no second thoughts about admitting that even he was confused in his teen age about where his life would land up similar to that of the crowd which was present in the auditorium, he also admitted the fact that he had tried his luck in different fields before settling with Envi Green Biotech, he urged the students to pursue something, he also shared his experience visiting the Gulf countries where his life had a turn around when he met the emperor of Qatar who identified the potential of Mr. Ashwath Hegde and funded in his venture and he never looked back again thereafter. His idea of substitute of plastic was well received among the public although it faced some hiccups in the beginning, his products are said to be 100% plastic free to which Karnataka pollution control board has placed its assurance. His plant in Bangalore produces 1000 metric tonnes which may sooner or later completely help in realizing the dream of a plastic free world.

 

Mr. Ashwath Hegde had also bought some samples which his company produces to demonstrate how different his product was from that of the traditional plastic which is harmful to the environment, he made his product completely dissolve in hot water to everyone’s surprise the bag completely dissolved without leaving the traces of the bag, the water also tasted sweeter as the material used to make his bag was fibres of Sweet Potato.

 

Mr. Vivek Alva heaped praises on Ashwath Hegde and gave full marks to his commitment and to the love towards the nation which he possesed, he also urged the students to draw inspiration from the life of such a personality who was only 2 – 3 years elder than the average age of the crowd present in the auditorium.

 

The event was considered to be inspirational and a motivating one as the take away from the session was invaluable to the student fraternity wherein they learnt the art of believing in themselves and many more positives was carried on to the other side of the door. Mr. Ashwath Hegde was presented with a memento as a token of respect and love and gratitude towards taking off time to motivate the young budding entrepreneurs of AIET campus.

 

PMKVY TRAINING ACTIVITY 2017-18

  • The CNC  Operation,  Theory  and  practical  training  was   provided   by   Prof Pramod K N and Prof Hemanth Suvarna of Department Of Mechanical Engineering.

 

  • The Lathe  Operation,  Theory  and  practical  training  was   provided   by Prof Praveen K C and Prof Yogish S Rao M of Department Of Mechanical Engineering.

  • The certification exams were successfully facilitated for trades Lathe operator and CNC operator. The details are as follows
    • The evaluator for certification from Automotive Skill Development Council (ASDC) approved agency carried out certification process as per norms specified at our institute training
    • The CNC Operator certification test was conducted on 29th and 30thNovember

 

  • The Lathe Operator certification test was conducted on 3rd and 4thDecember
  • The certification process for both CNC operator, lathe operator trades included following three phases-
  1. Knowledge test- Theory Online test
  2. Viva – Oral confirmation of knowledge
  • Practical- Test of skill of the trade

The Photographs of CNC operator certification Process by External evaluator-

ENTREPRENEUR AWARENESS CAMP -5

PROGRAMME SCHEDULE 

   Date

and Day

Session*

Subject / Topic

Faculty

1

2

3

4

22/02/18

1st Day

I

Inauguration. Ice breaking, Camp

Objective, Entrepreneurship concepts, Micro Lab

Prof SUDARSHAN,

AIETMoodbidri

II

Introduction to Entrepreneur ship and the present scenario, Success story of

Entrepreneurs around us.

Prof Yogish Rao, AIET

III &

Industrial Visit- M/s Dhana Lakshmi cashew Industries, Moodbidri.

Prof. Yogish S Rao AIET Moodbidri.

IV

Industrial Visit- M/s Dhana Lakshmi

cashew Industries Moodbidri

23/2/18

2nd Day

I

Entrepreneurcompetencies.

Mr. Yashaswi Nag, EDII Banglarore

II

Identification of Business Opportunity

Mr. Yashaswi Nag,

EDII Banglarore

III

Idea Lab-

Presentation of Ideas by all student groups and discussion for improvements.

Mr. Yashaswi Nag, EDII Banglarore.

IV

Entrepreneur motivational talk by a successful Entrepreneur- Success story

MrSripathiBhat Founder and Managing director, Dhanalakshmi Cashew Industries,

Moodbidri.

 

I

Entrepreneur Motivational Talk and

Mr. Sunder S,

24/2/18

3rd Day

 

Learning by simulation Games

Asst Director MSME

Mangalore

 

II

Inputs on Steps in Starting an Enterprise, Procedural and Regulatory Aspects

Mr. Sunder S,

Asst Director ,MSME Mangalore

 

III

Government supports system/schemes to start an enterprise.

Mr. Vivekananda, Asst Director DIC

Mangalore

 

IV

Basics of Effective Project report preparation

Mr. Vivekananda, Asst Director DIC Mangalore

 

Photographs of Programme:

 

ENTREPRENEUR AWARENESS CAMP -4

PROGRAMME SCHEDULE

 

 

 

10/01/2018

WEDNESDAY

 

Session 1

9.00am -11.00 am

Inauguration

ShriShripathiBhat

Entrepreneurship – objective, general concepts

Arunkumar.K&Akhilesh

 

Session 2

11.00am – 1.00 pm

Entrepreneur competencies

Mr.Guruprasad

 

Session 3

2.00 pm -3.00pm

 

Significace of entrepreneurship in present scenario,corporate entrepreneurship/ intrapreneurship

Dr.Kurian

 

Session 4

3.00pm -5.00pm

Steps in starting an entreprise

Mr.Sundar,MSME Mangalore

 

 

 

 

11/01/2018

THURSDAY

 

Session 1

9.00am -11.00 am

 

Idea lab

Yashaswi Nag (EDII)

 

Session 2

11.00am – 1.00 pm

 

Business plan- simulation game

MrYashaswi Nag (EDII)&Mr.Akhilesh

 

Session 3

2.00 pm -3.30pm

 

Business plan preparation

Mr.Yashaswi Nag (EDII) &Mr.Arunkumar.K

 

Session 4

3.30pm -5.00pm

Brief explanation about one year EDII programme in entrepreneurship

Mr.Yashaswi Nag(EDII)

 

 

 

 

12/01/2018

FRIDAY

 

Session 1

9.00am -11.00 am

Entrepreneur opportunities

Dr.Nanjappa DFRL Mysore

 

Session 2

11.00am – 1.00 pm

Technologies for Entrepreneur

Dr.Nanjappa DFRL Mysore

 

Session 3

2.00 pm -5.00pm

 

Industry visit

Dhanalaxmi Cashew factory

 

Photographs of Programme:

ENTREPRENEUR AWARENESS CAMP -3

PROGRAMME SCHEDULE

Date and

Day

Session*

Subject / Topic

Faculty

1

2

3

4

09/11/17

1st Day

I

Inauguration. Ice breaking, Camp

Objective, Entrepreneurship concepts, Introduction to Entrepreneur ship and

the present scenario,

Prof Sudharshan, AIET & Prof Ajith Hebbar AIET

 

II

Introduction to various Government

 

 

 

funding schemes trough Banks for entrepreneurs and other benefits available.

Mr Vivekananda, Asst Director DIC Mangalore

 

III

Industrial Visit-

M/S GWASF quality casting Pvt Ltd, Baikampady Industrial Estate Mangalore..

Prof Praveen KC Prof Sachin AIET, Mijar

IV

10/11/17

2nd Day

I

Entrepreneur motivational talk by a successful Entrepreneur- Success story

Shri. B.GovindRamesh , Founder and Managing Director- M/S AGRIMA Roof and Façade systems, Bangalore.

 

II

Identification of Business Opportunity- Idea lab,

brainstorming session and idea

Shri. B.GovindRamesh , Founder and Managing

Director- M/S AGRIMA Roof

 

 

 

 

III

Idea Lab-Practical simulation session how to check feasible idea

by customer survey.

Shri. B.Govind Ramesh and his Expert lead team

IV

Presentation of potential Ideas by all student groups, discussion for improvements.

Panel consist of

Shri. B.Govind Ramesh, Prof Yogish Rao, AIET ProfHashita, AIET

Prof AjithHebbar AIET

11/11/17

3rd Day

I

Entrepreneur Motivational Talk

Shri Sunder S,

Asst Director MSME Mangalore

II

Entrepreneur competencies and Learning by simulation Games

Shri Sunder S,

Asst Director MSME Mangalore

III

Inputs on Steps in Starting an Enterprise, Procedural and

Regulatory Aspects

Shri Sunder S,

Asst Director MSME Mangalore

IV

Basics of Effective Project report preparation

Shri Sunder S,

Asst Director MSME Mangalore

 

Photographs of Programme :

ENTREPRENEUR AWARENESS CAMP -2

PROGRAMME SCHEDULE

Date and

Day

Session*

Subject / Topic

Faculty

1

2

3

4

14/09/17

1st Day

I

Inauguration. Ice breaking, Camp Objective,

Entrepreneurship concepts, Micro Lab

Prof. Sanjay, AIET

II

Introduction to Entrepreneur ship and the present scenario, Entrepreneur competencies-

Prof. Yogish Rao,

AIET

III

Entrepreneur Motivational Talk and Learning by simulation Games

Mr.Sunder S, Asst Director MSME

Mangalore

IV

Inputs on Steps in Starting an Enterprise, Procedural and Regulatory Aspects

Mr.Sunder S, Asst Director MSME

Mangalore

15/09/17

2nd Day

I

Entrepreneur motivational talk by a successful Entrepreneur- Success story

Mr. NivedanNempe , Founder Areca Tea- an innovative Entrepreneur ,

Shimoga.

II

Identification of Business Opportunity

Mr. NivedanNempe , Founder Areca Tea- an innovative

Entrepreneur , Shimoga.

III

Idea Lab-

Presentation of Ideas by all student groups and discussion for improvements.

 

Panel consist of Mr.Nivedan, Prof. Dattatreya, AIET

Prof. Sanjay S, AIET

 Prof. Yogish Rao AIET

16/09/17

3rd Day

I

Introduction to various Government funding schemes trough Banks for entrepreneurs and other benefits available.

 

Mr Vivekananda, Asst Director DIC Mangalore

 

Photographs of Programme :

ENTREPRENEUR AWARENESS CAMP -1

PROGRAMME SCHEDULE

 

 

Inauguration,

 

Session 1

Key speaker

 

9.00am -11.00 am

( Entrepreneurship – objective, general concepts)

30/08/2017

 

Ramakrishna Achar (SKF)

WEDNESDAY

 

Ice –breaking

 

Session 2

( students interaction)

 

11.00am – 1.00 pm

Mr. Arunkumar&Mr. Akhilesh

 

 

Session 3

2.00 pm -3.30pm

 

Introduction to entrepreneurship, significance of entrepreneurship in present scenario,corporate entrepreneurship/ intrapreneurship

 

 

Dr.Kurian

 

Session 4

Entrepreneur competencies

 

3.30pm -5.00pm

Mr. Guruprasad

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

31/08/2017

THURSDAY

Session 1

9.00am -11.00 am

Entrepreneur interaction

Dr. Muralidhar Rao (Musa –GeneTech)

Session 2

11.00am – 1.00 pm

Steps in starting an enterprise

Mr.Vivekananda (DIC Mangalore)

Session 3

2.00 pm -3.30pm

 

Industry visit

SKF, Moodbidri

Session 4

3.30pm -5.00pm

 

 

Session 1

9.00am -11.00 am

 

Idea lab

Mr. Yashaswi Nag (EDII)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

01/09/2017

FRIDAY

Session 2

11.00am – 1.00 pm

Business plan- simulation game

MrYashaswi Nag, Mr.Arunkumar&Mr.Akhilesh

Session 3

2.00 pm -3.30pm

Business plan preparation

Mr. Yashaswi Nag (EDII)

Session 4

3.30pm -5.00pm

Brief explanation about one year EDII programme in entrepreneurship

Mr. Yashaswi Nag(EDII)

 
Photographs of Programme :

12 days National Level Faculty Development (FDP) program on “Entrepreneurship Development”

Organised by

Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII), Ahmadabad

In association with

Alvas Institute of Engineering and Technology, Moodbidri

 

Supported by

 

Department of Science and Technology (DST), Govt.  of India.

Venue: MBA Seminar Hall Dates –    17/7/2017 to 28/07/2017

 

 

Day 1: 17/07/2017


Twelve days National Level Faculty Development (FDP) program on “Entrepreneurship” was started with invocation song and lighting the lamp. Mr. Vivek Alva, managing trustee, Dr.Peter Fernandes, principal AIET, Dr. Kurian, Principal Alvas Degree collge, Mr.Yashswi Nag, Program coordinator EDII and Dr.Dattathreya, Dean Planning , AIET were address the program. The Entrepreneurship development cell coordinator Prof.Yogish Rao, Dept of Mechanical Engg. was present in the inaugural function and the media persons were also present. 

Mr. Vivek Alva, managing trustee explained about the need of entrepreneurs and their role in the present scenario, also Mr.Yashaswi Nag, Program  coordinator EDII, explained about different programs and scheme in startup and standup India.

 

The master of ceremony for the programme was done by Sachin K, Asst Professor, Dept of ECE, Mrs. Harshitha, Asst. Professor concluded with the vote of thanks. The FDP session was started with informal introduction of participants in MBA seminar hall. After which 4 groups were made in order to give group works or tasks  as  a  part  of  FDP  program.  First  task  given  to  all  groups  is  discussing different ways of “Informal introduction” at the beginning of any programs and trainer asked all participants to present their ideas in front of audience.

In  the  Afternoon  Session  trainer  started  presentation  with  a  inspirational video named    “Ambani  –  A  short  film”  and  asked  participants  to  write  a  short  note  on that  video.  Then,  trainer  explained  about  15  types  of  competencies  required  to start a business or to become an Entrepreneur.

Day 2 (18/07/2017)


 
 

Morning Session of FDP program started with presentation given by the trainer about “Procedure or steps necessary to become an Entrepreneur”. Discussion about this topic continued till 2.00PM.

In the Afternoon Session participants attended GENERAL ENTERPRISING TENDENCY TEST (GETT) and SELF – RATING QUESTIONNAIRE (SQR) test, this will help the participants about strength and weakness in different field, with this they can improve further.

 

Day 3 (19/07/2017)


Morning session of FDP started with recalling the yesterday events, the things what all we have learnt and next event starts with how to Entrepreneur with a manufacturing company, with a example of boat manufacturing  unit event, what  all the procedure to be followed before installing a manufacturing unit and how to fix a product cost after manufacturing a product by considering all the constraints. 

In the afternoon session real production is carried with a time, money, labor & customer constraint and we discuss about profit and loss of a product after manufacturing and selling a product.

 

Day 4 (20/07/2017)

 

Morning session of FDP started with introducing a new guest scientist Dr Nanjappa from DFRL(Defense food research limited, Mysore) and recalling the yesterdays boat manufacturing event, and what mistakes we did while considering the constraints and how to overcome through those mistakes. Next the talk  given  by Dr Nanjappa about the different food processing machines and how to preserve food, vegetables & fruits for a long time , what all the steps  taken  by  defense system to keep the food preserved in addition to feed our soldiers in different areas

In the afternoon session the talk continued by Dr Nanjappa about how to become an Entrepreneur in food processing industry, which all the area to be concentrated to adopt the technology and what all the support we can get through DFRL

Day 5 (21/07/2017)

Resource Person: Mr. Yashaswi Nag

Topic: Sources of Business Opportunities (Idea lab)

Day 5 FDP started at 10.00 am by trainer Yashaswi Nag. He discussed about various opportunities are possible in various sectors including primary sector, secondary sector, demand based sector, service industry,  ancillary  and  waste based industry and then he allowed teams to explode their business ideas. The session was very interesting and informative. The day session was concluded by analyzing the various ideas proposed by Mr. Yashaswi Nag.

 

Day 6 (22/07/2017)

Resource Person: D P K Muthukumarswamy

Topic: Business opportunities and challenges on Internet of Things

Day 6 FDP start at 10.00am by resource person D P K Muthukumarswamy. He discuss about IOT, Business opportunities and challenges on IOT. He also discusses about digital transformation, functional innovation, intellectual property and IOT components such as sensors, actuators, connectivity,  people  &  process. He nicely specified about different ideas on IOT, and IOT applications. Then he allowed teams to explode their business ideas on IOT. The session was very interesting, informative and it is very useful for all of us to come up with our ideas on IOT. The day session was concluded by analyzing the various ideas proposed by D P K Muthukumarswamy.

 

Day 7 (24/7/17)

Guest Speaker: Jyothi Noronha ,MD, Fulcrum Edu

EDII, Senior Faculty for Digital Marketing Subject: Digital Marketing

The morning session began at 10:30 am. The session began with an activity of identifying and listing the different traditional marketing techniques followed by  the importance of digital marketing in business.

Several activities was conducted which provided insights on designing a good web page, SEO and SEM’s and writing an effective business plan. Participants gained knowledge on the  prerequisites that are necessary to start a company, start  a website for their company, where to buy a domain from, how to start a blog etc. Participants also learned how digitizing a company positively affects the business.

 
Day 8 (25/7/17)

Speaker: Yashaswi Nag

Subject: Innovation and business plan preparation.

The session started at 10:30 am. The session began with solving puzzles which helped and encouraged the participants to think out of the box. Participants were educated as to how to come up with innovative ideas, the different characteristics of an entrepreneur followed by Idea Labs. Lastly the session ended with basic terminologies for a business plan.

 

Day 9 (26/7/2017)

The morning session started by welcoming the guest speaker Mr. Ravikumar, who is a motivational trainer. He explained the need of entrepreneurship, the challenges and how to overcome those challenges. He also has given many  examples of startups and successful entrepreneurs and conducted several group activities.

In the afternoon session, we played the business simulation games such as building blocks and ball in the bucket which helped the participants to analyze the practical aspects of starting a business and the entrepreneurial behavior. Later on, he explained how to plan and start a new business ventures, its aspects and challenges. The session was very much interactive, as all the participants were actively involved in it.

 

Day 10 (27/07/2017)

The morning session started by welcoming the guest speaker Mr. Nagaraja Prakasam ,Angel investor. Nagaraja Prakasam is a versatile and passionate leader with two decades of global experience as a full time angel investor he has invested  in 21 start-ups. In the session he explained the basics of entrepreneurship with the  examples and some ideas for startups, the session was very much interactive. All the participants  and the faculties participated with full enthusiasm in the morning session.


In the afternoon, Nagaraja prakasam has visited the different labs in the campus and saw the projects done by our students and he gave many suggestions to the students and faculties to design a industry ready projects. Again the session continued with a group activity to design a business plan for the new innovative ideas generated by the participants. He also explained about the  angel  investments, its funding aspects and answered all the queries asked by the participants.

 

Day 11 (28/07/2017)

The Session had been delivered by Mr. Yashasvi nag where he discussed about basics of business  plan preparation. Later on he discussed about the vision  and  the mission of EDII. Also the plan for on going programmes were discussed.  Namely 3 day awareness programme. 24days workshop and 6 weeks workshop


 

It was followed by the valedictory of the workshop. It was hosted by Mr Sachin assistant professor Dept of ece. Then Mr. Nag was honored with a Memento by Dr. Dattathreya, dean planning. Then the participants expressed their views about the workshop organization.

 

2016-17

Agricultural Entrepreneurship

The speakers were Mr. Jacob D Souza , Asst Director Govt. of India, Ministry of textiles, O/o Development Commissioner Handicrafts Marketing & Service Extension Centre Thrissur Kerala, Mr. Naglingapa S Pattar, Professor at Mahalasa College of Arts & Mr. Rajesh Naik, a model agriculturalist & a leading name in Social Service
Students who had Interests in the Field of Agriculture & Handicrafts were identified by a feedback which was received from the EDC members & were made to attend the talk organised by Pranava Souharda Sahkari Sangha.
The talk was held on 15/11/16 with Mr. Jacob D Souza starting off; he emphasized the need of Entrepreneurs for the development of the country & gave a brief Insight about Small Scale Industries (SSIs).

 

 


Next to speak was Mr. Nagalingappa S Pattar, he gave complete information about the Handicrafts Industry he also shared his personal story of how he helped his wife to be a successful women entrepreneur in the field of handicrafts manufacture&also revealed that his wife’s earnings were more than that of him Mr Pattar kept a constant touch with audience with his sense of humour.

 

 

The very next talk was that of Mr. Rajesh Naik for whom students had eagerly waited with his motivating speech he never let the audience down & gave continuous motivation throughout his speech, he specified the the need for organic farming in the country & how one could make huge profits by practising organic farming he also gave an invitation to all the students to visit his Agricultural Farm to which students obliged.

 

 

Overall the event was a successful one with students posing questions which were relevant to the guests. The talk was concluded by thanking all the guests present & by giving away mementos by Dr. Peter Fernandes,Principal, AIET.

 

ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT

REPORT OF TALK ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT

Mr. Dikshith Rai Founder & CEO Code Craft Technologies Pvt. Ltd. was invited by the EDC on behalf of the college on 14/03/2017 in order to deliver a lecture on “Entrepreneurship Development” dignitaries who made their presence felt where Mr. Vivek Alva and Prof. Sanjay S and Prof. Vinoth.

 


The charisma could be felt as Mr. Dikshith Rai walked into the auditorium his confidence and the way he held himself up spoke volumes of the character which he possessed, he started of by sharing his days in college which helped him a lot and the lessons he learnt during the hard days of his college he also shared his experience on how he built his company from scratch to new heights, he motivated the students present at the talk & raised the atmosphere to a whole new level. He also had some tips to offer to the students in order to become a successful entrepreneur.

 


Mr. Vivek Alva had many issues which he took up with Mr. Dikshith Rai and he was so impressed by the quality of work which the Code Craft had carried out in the resent past that he went on saying that he was the Bill Gates of Mangaluru to which the crowd acknowledged by clapping.



The talk was assumed to be over when Mr. Dikshith Rai took all the question thrown at him and answered them with his knowledge and experience, he was presented with a memento as a token of respect and love.

 

Prof. Sanjay S, EDC Co-ordinator, handed over a memento as token of gratitude to Mr. Dikshith Rai.

SELF EMPLOYMENT AWARENESS PROGRAMME


REPORT ON SELF EMPLOYMENT AWARENESS PROGRAMME

The guest speakers were Mr. G.K. Prasad, President, Pranav Sowharda Sahakri Sangha, Mr. Socrates, Deputy Director, MSME, Mangalore, Mr. Somappa Nayak, Director, Pranav Sowharda Sahakri Sangha, Mr. Raghav, Lead District Chief Manager, Syndicate Bank, Mangalore, Mr Ramakrishna Achar, Chairman & Managing Director, SKF group, Mr. Satish Chandra K.S, President of Campco Ltd. & Director of Sowharda Federation Mangalore & Mr. Dayasagar Punja ,Director, Pranav Sowharda Sahakri Sangha.


The talk started at 10:00 am on 17/10/2016 with the address of Mr. G.K. Prasad, he specified about the importance of self-employment & how India is struggling with lack of jobs in the agriculture sector, he spoke about the advantages of becoming an entrepreneur & how Government will help the upcoming start-ups in India.

 

 

Mr G.K. Prasad’s talk was followed by the talk of Mr. Socrates, he being the Deputy Director of MSME, Mangalore specified on how MSME helps to fund start-ups & registrations of MSME, one of the aims of MSME was to build Business Incubators so the start-ups can flourish from colleges.

 

 

One talk which was noteworthy was that of Mr. Ramakrishna Achar who spoke about his life story & how he built his company from scratch to new heights, he motivated the students present at the talk & raised the atmosphere to a whole new level.



The event was concluded by giving away momentous to all the guests by Prof. Sanjay S, EDC Co-ordinator, AIET.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS


REPORT OF TALK ON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

 

The speakers were Mr. C R Pradeep, Coordinator for the patent Information Centre, KSCST, Bangalore. He is Involved in organising IPR awareness programmes at the Engineering Colleges universities&other Professional Institutions including MSMEs, the other speaker was Mr. Madhusudan S T, Registered Patent Attorney, he handles patent prosecution.


The talk was organised on 11/11/16 by the EDC of the college, the talk started off with the address by Mr. C R Pradeep spoke about how he was involved in furnishing information on patent filling & assistance on IPR for Industries in Karnataka, he also motivated students to take up Entrepreneurship as their professions which is one of the aims of EDC.



The other talk which followed was that of Mr. Madhusudhan who used presentations to give out a brief idea about IPR he spoke on procedures involved in getting a patent, his talk also concluded on how different companies were making the best use of their patents to get the maximum profits, he also specified on the need for Innovations & how it could affect the society, his talk motivated students to Innovate with a calm mind to bring out a change in the society.


Students & Mr Vivek Alva posed a variety of questions related to (IPR) to Mr Madhusudhan which were answered efficiently by him with suitable examples.

 

No event is ever concluded without honouring the guests, Mr Vivek Alva gave away mementos as a token of respect & love to Mr. Madhusudhan & Mr. C R Pradeep.

THE INAUGURAL TALK ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP


REPORT OF THE INAUGURAL TALK ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP

The Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) was initiated by Mr. Vivek Alva, Managing Trustee, AEF &
Dr. Peter Fernandes, Principal, AIET, with Prof. Sanjay S as its co-ordinator.


EDC was setup in the college in order to :

  • Bring out successful entrepreneurs imbibed with leadership qualities using innovative and ethical business practices to make a global impact.
  • Instill passion and spirit among students to pursue entrepreneurship.
  • Motivate students to develop their own start-ups.
  • Develop business incubators.


In order to attain the objectives of Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) it was necessary for a successful entrepreneur to motivate students to take up Entrepreneurship as their profession & throw some light on it to make students of the college self-employed.


EDC was inaugurated on 01/10/2016, Saturday by Mr. A Nataraajan, Managing Director, Bodh Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore, by lighting the lamp which is a symbol of progress in the presence of Mr. Vivek Alva, Dr. Peter Fernandes, Mr. Somasundar, Prof. Sanjay S.



Principal Dr Peter Fernandes emphasised on the need for a strong & effective Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) in the college in order to bring about a change in the mind-set of the students to pursue Entrepreneurship.



Session was taken over by Mr. A Nataraajan & the following topics were covered in the Inaugural talk :

  • Development of Entrepreneurial skills.
  • How to start a start-up.
  • Working process of a start-up.
  • Generation of ideas.


The whole session was an interactive session with students asking relevant questions to Mr .A Nataraajan which showed the interest students possessed about Entrepreneurship & their eagerness to become one.


At the end Mr. Vivek Alva urged the students to take up Entrepreneurship seriously as the country required Entrepreneurs in order to achieve a fast growth, he also stressed on conduction of various Entrepreneurial activities in the college under the banner of EDC in order to imbibe competitive spirit among students.

 

The Inaugural Talk was concluded by giving away mementos as a token of love.

Contact

 

Prof. Sanjay S, BE, M.Tech (PhD)
Coordinator
Ph: +91 7892272346
Email: sanjays@aiet.org.in

 

Prof. Yogish Rao, BE, M.Tech (PhD)
Coordinator
Ph: +91 9071199015
Email: raoyogish@aiet.org.in

 

Prof. Harish Kunder, BE, M.Tech (PhD)
Coordinator
Ph: +91 9880980901
Email: harishkunder@aiet.org.in

PMKVY

What is PMKVY?
About
Objectives
Key Components
Opportunity
Outreach Campaign
Activities
Assessment Details
Contact
What is PMKVY?
WHAT IS PMKVY?

Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) is the flagship scheme of the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (MSDE). The objective of this Skill Certification Scheme is to enable a large number of Indian youth to take up industry-relevant skill training that will help them in securing a better livelihood. Individuals with prior learning experience or skills will also be assessed and certified under Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Approved for another four years (2016-2020) to benefit 10 million youth Allocated Budget 12,000 Crores.

 

About
ABOUT PMKVY(PRADHAN MANTRI KAUSHAL VIKAS YOJANA)

Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education currently caters to over 3 Crore students, which comes to a Gross Enrolment Ratio of 21.1% and the dropout rate at each level is in higher side. There is a large requirement of skilled persons in the core engineering and it is possible to train the dropouts from the higher education system is these skills. However, the traditional higher education system in the country is rigid in terms of duration. Keeping in view these National Programmes, Ministry of Human Resource Development directed All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi to run the Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana for Technical Institutions (PMKVY-TI). National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) will be the Strategic Partner in implementing PMKVY – TI project with AICTE. The main objective of this project is to provide skill based training to the school and college drop outs who to pursue/attain higher order skills and living in the vicinity of College.Under this Scheme, Training and Assessment fees are completely paid by the Government.

Objectives
OBJECTIVE OF THE PMKVY
  • Create opportunities for all to acquire skills, especially for youth, women and disadvantaged groups (Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, and Other Backward Classes)
  • Promote commitment by all stakeholders to own skill development initiatives.
  • Develop a high-quality skilled workforce that will help emerging employment market needs
  • Enable effective coordination between different ministries, the Centre and the States and public and private providers.
Key Components
Key Components of the Scheme

 

  1. Short Term TrainingThe Short Term Training imparted at PMKVY Training Centres (TCs) is expected to benefit candidates of Indian nationality who are either school/college dropouts or unemployed. Apart from providing training according to the National Skills Qualification Framework (NSQF), TCs shall also impart training in Soft Skills, Entrepreneurship, Financial and Digital Literacy. Duration of the training varies per job role, ranging between 150 and 600 hours. Upon successful completion of their assessment, candidates shall be provided placement assistance by Training Partners (TPs). Under PMKVY, the entire training and assessment fees are paid by the Government. Payouts shall be provided to the TPs in alignment with the Common Norms. Trainings imparted under the Short Term Training component of the Scheme shall be NSQF Level 5 and below.
  2. Recognition of Prior Learning Individuals with prior learning experience or skills shall be assessed and certified under the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) component of the Scheme. RPL aims to align the competencies of the unregulated workforce of the country to the NSQF. Project Implementing Agencies (PIAs), such as Sector Skill Councils (SSCs) or any other agencies designated by MSDE/NSDC, shall be incentivized to implement RPL projects in any of the three Project Types (RPL Camps, RPL at Employers Premises and RPL centers). To address knowledge gaps, PIAs may offer Bridge Courses to RPL candidates.
  3. Special Projects The Special Projects component of PMKVY envisages the creation of a platform that will facilitate trainings in special areas and/or premises of Government bodies, Corporate or Industry bodies, and trainings in special job roles not defined under the available Qualification Packs (QPs)/National Occupational Standards (NOSs). Special Projects are projects that require some deviation from the terms and conditions of Short Term Training under PMKVY for any stakeholder. A proposing stakeholder can be either Government Institutions of Central and State Government(s)/Autonomous Body/Statutory Body or any other equivalent body or corporate who desire to provide training to candidates.
  4. Kaushal and Rozgar MelaSocial and community mobilization is extremely critical for the success of PMKVY. Active participation of the community ensures transparency and accountability, and helps in leveraging the cumulative knowledge of the community for better functioning. In line with this, PMKVY assigns special importance to the involvement of the target beneficiaries through a defined mobilization process. TPs shall conduct Kaushal and Rozgar Melas every six months with press/media coverage; they are also required to participate actively in National Career Service Melas and on-ground activities.
  5. Placement GuidelinesPMKVY envisages to link the aptitude, aspiration, and knowledge of the skilled workforce it creates with employment opportunities and demands in the market. Every effort thereby needs to be made by the PMKVY TCs to provide placement opportunities to candidates, trained and certified under the Scheme. TPs shall also provide support to entrepreneurship development.
  6. Monitoring GuidelinesTo ensure that high standards of quality are maintained by PMKVY TCs, NSDC and empaneled Inspection Agencies shall use various methodologies, such as self-audit reporting, call validations, surprise visits, and monitoring through the Skills Development ManagementSystem (SDMS). These methodologies shall be enhanced with the engagement of latest technologies. The scheme will be implemented through the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC).
Opportunity
OPPORTUNITIES TO 10TH/12TH/ITI/DIPLOMA PASS/FAIL STUDENTS
  • Government is extremely serious about the youth of this country and wants them to have a Sustainable livelihood
  • PMKVY is a flagship scheme of the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), Implemented by National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC).
  • Employment opportunities post completion of training and the course duration proposed by the TP (fixed classroom hours and practical training hours).
  • After the successful assessment, candidates will be given industry recognized Government Certificates.
  • The scheme is funded by the Government of India
Outreach Campaign
Outreach Campaign

We have conducted the following outreach campaigns across the districts to target school dropouts and Undergraduate College drop outs.

  • Door to door visits across the Tenka mijar, Badaga Mijar, Puthige, Niddodi, Hosabettu, Marodi villages.
  • Interaction with All the PDO’s across the district.
  • Interaction with All the Head Teachers in the Schools and Principal’s in the colleges across the Udupi and Mangalore Districts.
  • We have placed the banner in all the Villages / Panchayath Offices.
  • We have placed the banner in our college buses.
  • We have placed the advertisements in our college websites.

As a outcome of all the above activities, we have got the good admission.

Activities

2018-19
2017-18
2018-19

 

2018-19
S.No. Sector Courses Conducted
1 AUTOMOTIVE CNC OPERATOR MACHINING TECHNICIAN L4
  LATHE OPERATOR
AMBULANCE DRIVER
REPAIR - WELDER
LMV DRIVER LEVEL 3
  CONSTRUCTION ASSISTANT MASON
2 HELPER MASON
HELPER FABRICATION
MASON CONCRETE
3 LOGISTICS DOCUMENTATION ASSISTANT
4 IRON AND STEEL HOUSE KEEPING WITH MECHANISED EQUIPMENTS
5 IT/ITES JUNIOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPER

 

Admissions for various sector approved by National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) for PMKVY-TI for the Academic Year 2018-19 in Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology.

Sector Specialization NSQF Level No of Hours Students Enrolled Minimum Qualification
Automotive CNC Operator Machining Technician L4 4 400 25 ITI – Mechanical/ Machine Technology
Automotive Lathe Operator 4 400 25 Class VIII
Construction Assistant Mason 2 350 20 Preferably 5th standard
Construction Helper Mason 1 300 20 Preferably 5th standard
Logistics Documentation Assistant 4 270 25 Class X (preferable)
Iron and Steel House Keeping with Mechanised Equipments 2 300 25 Class VIII Pass, Driving license mandatory
IT/ITeS Junior Software Developer 4 400 25 12th pass with good aptitude
Automotive Ambulance Driver 4 400 25 Class X
Automotive Repair - Welder 4 400 25 Class VIII
Automotive LMV Driver Level 3 3 200 25 Preferably Class VIII th
Construction Helper Fabrication 1 300 25 Preferably 5th standard
Construction Mason Concrete 3 400 15 Preferably 5th standard
Total 280  
2017-18

 

2017-18

S.No. Sector Name Courses Conducted  
1 AUTOMOTIVE CNC OPERATOR MACHINING TECHNICIAN L4  
2 IT/ITES JUNIOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPER  
3

ELECTRONICS

 

IT COORDINATOR IN SCHOOL  
FIELD TECHNICIAN – COMPUTING AND PERIPHERALS  
4 AUTOMOTIVE LATHE OPERATOR  
5

CONSTRUCTION

 

REINFORCEMENT FITTER  
MASON CONCRETE  
MASON GENERAL  
ASSISTANT MASON  

 

Admissions for various sector approved by National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) for PMKVY-TI for the Academic Year 2017-18 in Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology.

Sector Specialization NSQF Level Students Enrolled
AUTOMOTIVE CNC OPERATOR MACHINING TECHNICIAN L4 4 50
IT/ITES JUNIOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPER 4 50
ELECTRONICS IT COORDINATOR IN SCHOOL 4 25
ELECTRONICS FIELD TECHNICIAN – COMPUTING AND PERIPHERALS 4 25
AUTOMOTIVE LATHE OPERATOR 4 50
CONSTRUCTION REINFORCEMENT FITTER 4 25
CONSTRUCTION MASON CONCRETE 3 13
CONSTRUCTION MASON GENERAL 4 10
CONSTRUCTION ASSISTANT MASON 2 12
Total 260

Assessment Details

2018-19
2017-18
2018-19

Sector : Automotive

Specialization : CNC Operator Machining Technician L4

 

Sector : Automotive

Specialization : Lathe Operator

 

Sector : Automotive

Specialization : Repair Welder

2017-18

Sector : Automotive

Specialization : CNC Operator Machining Technician L4

 

Specialization : Lathe Operator

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