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The “National Innovation and Start-up Policy 2019 for students and faculty” was launched to guide Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in promoting innovations & start-ups driven by students. The policy aims for active participation from students and faculties in activities related to start-up and innovation which will enable HEIs to build, streamline and strengthen innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystem in campus. The policy will be implemented by MoE’s Innovation Cell in coordination with UGC, AICTE, Governments of State/UT and universities.
In this context an Eight-member committee at Karnavati University was formed. The committee has formulated guidelines which will help in developing an ecosystem for Start-ups and Entrepreneurship at the campus. The committee deliberated on various measures to nurture and inculcate the culture of Innovation and Entrepreneurship amongst the students and staff members of the university. A separate technology integrated design business incubator has been formed named Karnavati Innovation and Incubation Foundation (KIIF). The University has also created Institution’s Innovation council (IIC) to strengthen the culture of innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem across its students and faculties.
After significant deliberations, Karnavati University Innovation and Startup Policy was prepared in alignment with ‘National Innovation and Start-up Policy 2019 for students and faculty’.
Karnavati University, Gandhinagar, Gujarat has established “Institution Innovation Cell (IIC)” as per the norms of the Ministry of Education’s Innovation Cell (MIC), Govt. of India. The KU’s – Institution Innovation Cell (IIC), with its highly talendted pool of faculty and students, will showcase its capabilities by through Entrepreneurship Development Cell, Innovation and Incubation Cell, Intellectual Property Cell (IPR), and participation in FDP & SDP Programs, Innovation Ambassador Training Program, Mentoring Sessions, Leadership Talks and IIC Online Sessions, National Innovation Contest, Impact Lecture Scheme etc,
Ministry of Education, Govt. of India has established an ‘Innovation Cell’ with a purpose of systematically fostering the culture of Innovation in all Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) across the country. Click here to view the Brochure of MHRD’s Innovation Cell.
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