Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI) will organise an entrepreneurship development programme to help graduates set up and manage small-scale industrial or service projects.

The candidates (both men and women) could be graduates in engineering/ management, arts and science and diploma holders in engineering.

This one month, full-time intensive programme, will commence on August 22 at EDI, Guindy, says a press release from the institute. EDI is an establishment of the Tamil Nadu Government offering training and extension services to promote entrepreneurship among the various target groups and help them set up micro and small enterprises.

The course will cover all aspects of entrepreneurship/ self-employment guidance. Topics to be covered will include product/ project identification, procedures to start small-scale enterprises, business plan preparation and financial and subsidy schemes. There will be specialist officers from government promotional department, commercial banks/ financial institutions.

raja.simhan@thehindu.co.in

(This article was published on August 16, 2012)
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