Jain varsity offers course for budding entrepreneurs

Students from the programme will travel to China and Hong Kong to understand and learn how China is powering itself through entrepreneurship and invading global markets. They will get insights into China’s business models and exposure to the industries along with local business practices.

Jain officials said students would visit the Chamber of Commerce in Germany, interact with entrepreneurs, business professionals and communities, as well as visit established companies to get a ringside view of their operations.

The iDEA programme is spread across three phases of 10 months, eight months and 12 months. In the first phase, students will be trained on planning business ventures, while the second phase consists of a seven-country business tour. In the last phase, the student business is incubated with 100 per cent funding and mentoring.

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