Dept. of EEE, Bengal College of Engineering And Technology, Durgapur, 713 212, India
Dept. of ECE, Bankura Unnayani Institute of Engineering, Bankura, 722146, India
Here in this paper, we discussed the necessity of entrepreneurial education for the entrepreneurship development. A most important part of the entrepreneurial environment is culture/values and education. Education should be accepted in this way that not only it is important for the young student rather it is also required for highly schooled adults. We discussed here the urgency of education to start a small business, in India. To start a new concept, launching a new product, develop the marketing strategies how proper knowledge is required. Vocational education, managerial training, economic awareness, political problems, social opportunities, etc. can help to grow faster of an Entrepreneurial development.
Entrepreneurship development process;
Entrepreneurial education in India;
Impact of entrepreneurship education programs;
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