Mangaluru: Sahyadri College holds 'E-Step boot camp' entrepreneurship workshop

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Mangaluru, Aug 22: A workshop on entrepreneurship- 'E-Step boot camp' was conducted by Karnataka Innovation & Technology Society in association with startup Karnataka, NAIN and Sahyadri College of Engineering & Management.

The programme was inaugurated by Karnataka startup cell representative Abrar Ahmed and Vishnu Nagaraj in the presence of Dr R Srinivasa Rao Kunte, principal, Dr Manjappa Sarathi, director R&D.

Abrar Ahmed, in his speech, gave an insight on the boot camp and a brief about startup Karnataka, its policies and schemes. Dr Manjappa Sarathi graced the occasion by sharing the importance of having more number of startups in the present competitive world. Dr R Srinivasa Rao Kunte encouraged the participants and highlighted the importance of design thinking as well as innovative thinking.

The boot camp consisted of different sessions on Ideation, product design, marketing and development, customer engagement, business model making and creating a pitch deck. Also, Raghav Shetty from RDL Technologies delivered a mentor talk about his start up journey and success story. The programme was presided over by Vidya Shankar Bollava, Incubation Center manager for K-Tech Nain Center, Sahyadri College of Engineering & Management, Mangaluru.

Around 200 students from various branches including first year has actively participated in the boot camp.


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