Center of Green Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Problem Statement

  • Getting a rewarding employment remains biggest challenge for Indian youth.
  • Even majority of who get jobs find it unexciting “NAUKER..eee” just for monthly paychecks.
  • Entrepreneurship continues to the biggest missed opportunity in India, contributing to growing unemployment
  • Youths continue to pursue higher education but majority remain unemployable
  • Huge time, efforts, talent and human capital is wasted in applying/waiting for jobs
  • Most do not realize the slim chances due to 500:1 probability for most good jobs

Low-Investment Start-Up Training

Rohit Gupta

(Technology, Architect and AI/ML Leader)

Coach A subgroup 

Technology, App based, E-commerce, AI-based

Team: Nayim,Harshith

Richa Khare

Java developer / Coach

Rohit Gupta

Fullstack developer / Mentor

Dare To Start-up Low Investment Startup Training (Your A-Z Guide)

Module-1 Introduction To Entrepreneurship

1.Overview of entrepreneurship landscape in India, including emerging tech sectors such as sustainability, retail, food, AI, IoT, and cloud computing et. al.

2.Characteristics and mindset of successful entrepreneurs, emphasizing adaptability to technological changes and the importance of continuous learning. Examples of young entrepreneurs and their journey.

3.Identifying entrepreneurial opportunities in emerging tech fields and understanding the role of government initiatives like Digital India and Startup India in fostering tech entrepreneurship.

Module-2 Idea Generation & Validation

1.Techniques for generating startup ideas leveraging emerging technologies, including problem identification, market research, and trend analysis, Brainstorming, Design thinking,

2.Utilizing data analytics and market research tools for idea validation, such as SWOT analysis, feasibility studies, and competitor analysis, practicality, user centricity, commercial viability.

3.Assessing the technical feasibility and scalability of tech-driven startup ideas in the Indian market, considering factors like infrastructure, resources, and regulatory compliance.



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