LSE offers first-of-its-kind Experiential Entrepreneurship Course

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LSELemon School of Entrepreneurship (LSE) has announced the launch of its Spring 2016 Programme in “Global Programme in Experiential Entrepreneurship and Innovation” at Nagpur Campus. India’s first experiential entrepreneurship programme launched last year by Lemon School of Entrepreneurship, been fairly successful in terms of launching new start-up organisation.

Deepak Menaria, Mentor, Innovator and Idea-Change Catalyst, Founder & Chief Idea Farmer, LEMON School of Entrepreneurship said, “Last year our Monsoon 2015 batch was first-of-its-kind of experiential entrepreneurship course launched by any Institute in India. We were fairly successful in creating new breed of entrepreneurs, who are already into action and piloting their own start-ups as they complete their course. We are happy to look at more such candidates who have a passion to run their own ventures and committed to take a plunge, though in a systematic, guided and structured manner through Lemon School of Entrepreneurship.”

Entrepreneurs at LSE have started working on their start-up ventures within 4 months of the program. Some of these start-ups and their areas of interests are as follows:

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  • Upleap is working on career decision and passion discovery problem for school children;
  • Happily Grounded team plans to use unused residential accommodation for travellers aligning their interest and flexible living options;
  • CreatiFox is Design Studio and building platform for crowd sourced Indian images;
  • Praccelerator is a software coding school for practical and application oriented coding;
  • Pyrophyte is working on new fire retardant threads for fire safety gears;
  • Flying Penguins is already catering to multiple clients for technology services;
  • I-Yatra is building a new learning pedagogy through convergence of Education and Travel for specific domains through real life exposure; and
  • Crafts katha is a platform for providing unique gifting options in form of handicrafts suiting the occasion.

Dr Rajeev Roy, Entrepreneurship Educator and Chief Gardener with LSE says, “Lemon School of Entrepreneurship is fairly exclusive and uses different pedagogies as compared to the best B-Schools in the world. A unique course delivery approach that focuses on doing and self-discovery rather only reading or teaching through traditional methods provides a closest to reality training and simultaneously creates an opportunity to develop one’s own venture. This USP of Lemon School of Entrepreneurship, we hope will continue to add aspiring entrepreneurs into our fold.”

Lemon School of Entrepreneurship also announces the admission for the prestigious Spring 2016 batch for GP E2I (Global Program in Experiential Entrepreneurship & Innovation) at LSE. The programme would address various aspects of venture creation, ideation, validation and real life immersion, technology usage apart from knowledge based management subjects. Lemon programmes have no qualification restrictions and are open for Indian as well as International candidates. Admissions are open for the new batch and the last date to apply is February 29, 2016.

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