Industrial visit of MBA/BBA students to NSIC,OKHLA

 The Delhi Technical Campus Management Department Organised one day Entrepreneurship Orientation Programme Cum Industrial Visit to National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC), for the All Management students (MBA & BBA) The visit consists of 58 Students along with 6 Faculty Members

The Purpose of EOP and industrial visit is to create awareness among the students for setting up of new Enterprise after completion of their studies instead of searching for jobs only. This program makes participants familiar about role and importance of MSMEs in Indian Economy, process of setting up of Enterprise, preparing Project Reports, Identifying marketing possibilities etc.

The programme starts at 11.45 am in the NSIC premise by Mr. Munib Ikram Manager NSIC Followed by the Session addressed by Mr. Zomil, He has given the Insight about Entrepreneurs Skills, Challenges, and establishment of Small Business startup and he also highlight the Funding Agency of the Government for the various project. In session the student has undergone various live Incubation projects which was carried out by NSIC center after that students visited the Live hood Business Incubation Center. The basic objective behind this visit was to understand the concept of Incubation centers, to see the facilities provided by such centers and to know their model of operations.

In the afternoon session Mr.Zomeil Assistant Manager NSIC highlighted the importance of Incubation and how to start the business, Role of Government and other Agency in Developing the Entrepreneur. He also describes NSIC Training-cum-Incubation Centers provide an opportunity to first generation entrepreneurs to acquire skill for enterprise building and also incubating them to become successful small business owners. At these centers, exposure in all areas of business operations are being provided such as business skills development, identification of appropriate technology, hands on experience on working projects, project / product selection, opportunity guidance including commercial aspects of business. In addition, low cost project technologies required for setting up new small business enterprises are being displayed in working condition

Last but not the least, all of them wanted to capture their joyful moments, so they captured the still photographs there and eventually left for the day from NSIC. 

Our students were really thrilled and excited on having a wonderful exposure which provided them a practical insight on how they can plan to setting up their own ventures and the resources of assistance as well for the matter of fact that NSIC even helps the entrepreneurs to get loan facilities and supports in several other ways.