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Entrepreneurship Education in India: A Critical Assessment
Rajeev Kumar Ranjan
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Dr. Rajeev Kumar ‘Ranjan1, Prof. (Dr.) Aditya Gautam2
1Associate Professor, Quantum University, Village-Mandawar (NH-73), Roorkee Dehradun Highway, Roorkee
2 Professor, Quantum University, Village-Mandawar (NH-73), Roorkee Dehradun Highway, Roorkee
Due to the critical situation of job placements in higher educational institutions the Indian government has taken the initiatives that emphasizes on the promotion of Entrepreneurship education in Higher education. The demand supply mismatch and flourishing of Private institutes and universities in India are the main reason for non placement of graduate and post graduate students. Since then most of the universities in India have started offering entrepreneurship education with tailored electives to inculcate entrepreneurial skills. The integration of entrepreneurial education with management and allied subjects in higher educational institutes seems indispensable when catering to the growing entrepreneurial intent in India. This paper attempts to examine entrepreneurship education as a solution to the challenges of unemployment and aims to review the current entrepreneurship education system qualitatively to propose a thematic framework for integrating other subjects with entrepreneurship education in universities of India.
Entrepreneurship education, Management education, Qualitative Research.
Rajeev Kumar Ranjan, Aditya Gautam. Entrepreneurship Education in India: A Critical Assessment. Asian Journal of Management. 2019; 10(4):400-404.
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