Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP) Cell was established in the Institute with a vision to introduce & promote Entrepreneurship skills among the students & Industry-Institute Interaction. The EDP Cell is a non-profit student-run cell under the supervision of Faculty in-charge. The mission of EDP cell is to encourage & refine the Entrepreneurial and product development skills of the students like idea generation, opportunity evaluation, business modeling, marketing, Intellectual property rights, new innovative project development, skill development and many more. To develop the above qualities & to become an Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship Club is also constituted in the Institute under EDP Cell. To become an entrepreneur and to promote the entrepreneurship qualities among the students and Industry-Institute interactions, the cell is conducting regular lectures, workshops, seminars, competitions inside the Institute and beyond the walls of the Institute.
Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP) Cell inauguration 4TH FEB 2017
Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP) Cell organized International women’s day 2018-2019
Light is a symbol of brightness and prosperity as sunlight expels the darkness of might similarly blessings bring in our life prosperity and happiness program was officially inaugurated by chief guest Mrs.Sumithra N Police department kumbalagudu Bangalore 74.
One Day National Seminar on “Opportunities and Challenges for Start ups in India”On 10th January, 2019
One Day national seminar on “Opportunities and Challenges for Start ups in India” was organised by MBA Department, Don Bosco Institute of Management Studies and Computer Applications on 10th January, 2019. The seminar is intended for the faculty members, Researchers and Students of various institutions. The objective of the seminar is to encourage the young entrepreneurs and to create awareness in the field of business for budding career minds.
Welcoming the Guest
Delegates of the event
Dr. Velu Murugan Palaniappa the key note speaker of the first session
Welcoming the speaker Dr. Madhura Chatrapathy
Panel Discussion by Mr. R. Gopinath Rao, Ms. Dhanvanti Jain
Group photo of guests with delegates
Group photo of guests with staff