Manish Sisodia talks about success stories
Government school students in Delhi helped grow their family businesses with lessons they learnt as part of the Entrepreneurship Mindset Curriculum (EMC), deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia has said.
Entrepreneurial mindset in students can contribute to growth in economy, Sisodia said at Ashoka University’s Entrepreneurship Education Conference.
Sisodia cited the example of a student who used the seed money provided by the state government to make Bluetooth speakers and named them “speak techs”. Another student helped her father by create an online marketing system for mobile repairing work.
The curriculum inspired students and changed their mindsets about family businesses, he said.
The Entrepreneurship Education Conference organised by Ashoka University's InfoEdge Centre for Entrepreneurship discussed entrepreneurship research, edtech and entrepreneurship, teaching pedagogy and policy support.
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