Research on topical entrepreneurship related subjects with special focus on applied research are taken up to act as a crucial link between theory and practice in the field of Entrepreneurship. The aim is to offer a thorough practical knowledge in the field of Entrepreneurship apart from the theory.
In order to broaden the frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, EDII has established a Centre for Research in Entrepreneurship Education and Development (CREED), to investigate into a range of issues surrounding small and medium enterprise sector through its publication, "The Journal of Entrepreneurship". CREED also establishes a network of researc
GEM research project is first-of-its-kind, revolutionary effort at assessing the levels of entrepreneurial activity prevalent in different nations of the world and linking them to the entrepreneurial framework conditions of the country on the one hand and projected economic growth on the other. The project was initiated in 1999 by the London Busine
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The main objective of the working paper series of EDII is to help faculty members/researchers share their research/study/project findings with colleagues, as well as test and receive feedback from them at pre-publication stage.
EDII seeks to develop knowledge that encourages innovation and replicable models through various Government and Corporate Sponsored projects. These projects include those assigned by the Central and the State Governments, development organizations and public enterprises.
EDII acts as a catalyst in building an individual’s skills and knowledge base to a greater capacity towards entrepreneurial success. Our main aim is to reach various target groups and provide value added services and build their capacity and help them set up independent enterprise.
The youths underwent focussed learning along with hands-on experience to gain knowledge, skills and the confidence needed to enter the market either as an employee or as a micro entrepreneur. To ensure that the youths do not begin with an ill-defined business model, they were introduced to opportunities in the automobile sector; self-employment in
Effective, accountable and inclusive institutions are essential to achieving sustainable development goals. EDII realised this need to create a network of Entrepreneurship Development (ED) institutions to ensure a ripple effect in India and abroad.
The Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India As EDII moved on to adopt the role of a national resource institute in the field, it realised the need to create a network of ED institutions that could adopt this activity and make it widespread. This institutionalisation also enabled EDII to make a decisive dent into other areas backed by furth
EDII vision also advocates the strategy of institution-building for forging entrepreneurship as an International Movement. The Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India had assigned to it the prestigious task of setting up EDII-like Entrepreneurship Development Centres (EDCs) in Lao PDR, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Myanmar (CLMV nations).
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