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8 SUBJECT TITLE : ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT & PROJECT

Year : Third

Teaching and Examination Scheme :

TEACHING SCHEME EXAM SCHEME & MAXIMUM MARKS

THEORY PRACTICAL PAPER


TH
TH PR OR TW SW
HRS/WEEK HRS/WEEK HRS.

1 2 - - - 100 - -

RATIONALE :

The entrepreneurship development part of the subject consists of topics related to the
development of entrepreneurial skills and other details such as selection of product lines, site
selection, financial aspects, personnel management, quality control and creative thinking. The
subject includes case studies in the related field. The subject emphasises the development of
entreprising qualities among young engineers.
CONTEXT IN THE FORMOF LINK DIAGRAM SHOWING
INTERRELATIONSHIP OF SUBJECT AREA

HUMAN SCIENCES CORE TECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOGY


Communication skills SUBJECTS SUBJECTS
Generic Skills Information Technology Microprocessor &
Industrial organization & Workshop Practice Microcontroller
Electrical Engineering Communication
Supervisory
Electronic Systems I
Management
Measurements & Industrial
Instruments Electronics
Applied Electronics Communication
ENGINEERING SCIENCES
Digital Techniques & Systems II
Engineering Drawings
Instrumentation &
Engineering Mechanics Applications
Control Systems
Basic Electronics Linear Integrated
Digital
Electronics materials & Circuits
Communication
components Power Electronics
Systems

BASIC SCIENCE JOB PROFILE CURRICULUM


Applied Mathematics Self Developer OBJECTIVES
Applied Physics Membership of Attitude for personal
Applied Chemistry Family/Community Development
/Nation Social skill for social
Development
Life long learning
Continued learning skill
Technician in for life long learning
industry as Technical skill for
Maintenance industrial activity
Engineer, earning to live
investigator or domain
Designer Supervisory skill,
R & D Technician Investigation &
Entrepreneur Design skill
Testing skill
Decision making
skill
Planning &
scheduling skill
ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT
GRAPHICAL STRUCTURE OF THE SUBJECT AREA

To understand basic concepts, procedures related to entrepreneurship, and to expose students to problems faced by entrepreneur

Information Market survey for Acquiring Establishing Budgeting & Evaluation


gathering for identification of resources and running Accounting of for quality
opportunity product or service small expenditure for control
design industry running enterprise
Finance

Sources for Marketing, Technique of Inspection


identification Market survey, Principles budget and & quality
of opportunity Market research Space Human accounts control
Equipme Energy

Principles of
accounts
Entrepreneur Specification Planning Organising
Enterprise
Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurial Product Types of
process Budgets
(Opportunity Service
Motivation Communication Team spirit
Industry Accounts

Income Tax Sales Tax


ENTERPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT

GRAPHICAL STRUCTURE OF THE SUBJECT

Problem a) To understand basic b) To expose student to real problems


concepts principles procedures faced by entrepreneur with the help of
related to entrepreneurship. case study.

Procedure Information gathering for Resources, Enterprise, Budgeting,


opportunity, product service Quality.
design, project report.

Concept Entrepreneurial process, Market Balance sheet, Profit and loss account,
research, Product specification, Income tax and sales tax, Budget,
Marketing, formulation of Financial resources, Financial
business plan, Running Institutions or co
enterprise.

Facts Different organization structures of small scale industries.


Product specifications of different products.
Research and development activity.
Actual project report writing.
DETAILED CONTENTS

CHA- MA- HO-


CONTENTS
PTER RKS URS
1 Introduction ---- 02
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur-ship.

2 Information gathering for identification of opportunity. ---- 02


Entrepreneurial process.

3 Information gathering techniques. ---- 02

4 Product and Services ---- 02


Theory
Product specifications.
Market research, survey.
Functions of marketing.
Research and Development activity.

5 Procedures for estimation of resources required for ---- 06


establishment enterprise or starting service business.
5.1 Space.
5.2 Human Resources.
5.3 Equipments.
5.4 Financial Resources.

6 Establishing and running enterprise ---- 04


Management of enterprise.
Team spirit.
Motivation.
Communication.

7 Budgeting and accounting expenditures for running enterprises. ---- 03


7.1 Concept of budgeting.
7.2 Budget preparation.
7.3 Different type of budgets

8 Procedure of accounting expenditures ---- 05


8.1 Preparation of P&L account and Balance sheet.

9 Quality Control ---- 02

10 Procedure of report writing for getting approval from financial ---- 04


agencies.
10.1 Financial Resources.
CHA- MA- HO-
CONTENTS
PTER RKS URS
10.2 Financial Corporations.

Term work of ED based on the about topics in the form of tutorials and assignment for
any of the five topics of curriculum. The subject teacher should access the same for 15%
marks of term work of subject EDP.

PROJECT WORK :

Project group size : Max 4 students

Rationale :

The project should enable the students to combine the theoretical and practical
concepts studied into useful applications. The work should enable the students to exhibit
their ability to work in a team, develop planning and execution skills and perform
analyzing and trouble shooting of their respective projects. The project report should be
neatly documented without errors and should provide information related to principle,
working circuit diagram, PCB layout design, trouble shooting, costing, application and
the scope for future development.

THE APPROACH

Project selection
The department Head / In-charge should make sure that the project groups are formed
with in two weeks of the beginning of academic year and assign a faculty as project
guide.

The project group should interact with the guide, who is turn advice the group in
selecting a project based on the group – potential.

The project should be selected within four weeks on the group formation and a brief
synopsis of the project should be submitted to the HOD & guide. The synopsis should
include project title, aim, and block diagram, list of components required and brief
working. The students should make sure that all the components are available in the local
market.

The group should work every week in the project duration and appraise the guide about
their work progress. Guide should closely monitor the work and help the students from
time to time. The guide should also maintain a record of continuous assessment of project
work progress on weekly basis.

The total work may be performed as per the given schedule.


Week no. (Academic
Year)
Form the team 02
Selection of project and synopsis submission 06
Procuring components, component testing and
circuit testing 16
PCB making and onboard testing 20
Trouble shooting and cabinet making 24
Documentation 28

The guide should maintain the record of continuous assessment of each member of the
group on weekly basic and submit the same to the internal examiner before the final
examination.
EDP subject assessment:

Mid term End term ED Final Exam Oral Total


seminar seminar TW
Internal External
20 20 15 15 30 100

PROJECT REFERENCES :

Electronics for you


Elektor Electronics
Instrumentation and control
Process Engineering (International)