Entrepreneurship Cell

"THE ENTREPRENEURSHIP CELL-impreneurs"

JDMC ENTREPRENEURSHIP CELL

(whereEntrepreneurial Seeds are sown)


Impreneurs 2017 to 2019

Since it's inception in 2017, the Impreneurs- the Entrepreneurship Cell of JankiDevi Memorial College, it hasfocused on providing knowledge and exposure to the budding women entrepreneurs of the college. Entrepreneurship cell was initially created with the objective of inspiring, guiding and creating awareness among under graduate students about the need, importance and benefits of being an Entrepreneur.

The foremost objective of the cell is to guide the students of the college for becoming a women entrepreneur and to help them in the execution of their ideas. The entrepreneurship cell conducts workshops, seminar, talks,events, etc to provide some basic information that a budding entrepreneur should have. The main idea and contribution was given by two students Mehar Suri and Ashmean Kaur, who gave their 100% for the growth of the cell in JDMC.
A lot of energetic, dedicated and enthusiastic students with a zeal to gain knowledge about entrepreneurship are a part of team of the cell. The faculty members, Ms.Sushma Maurya(convenor),Ms.Asma Anjum, Mr.StanzinTsewang, Ms.Richa Sharma,Ms. Sakshi Gambhir (Assistant Professors of Commerce Department) have constantly helped the society to perform and have contributed for the betterment of the society.
Impreneurs also publish their weekly newsletter on their social media pages to create awareness among the youth about the entrepreneurial world. With the starting of academic year 2017-2018, Impreneurs organized intra college Entrepreneurship Run on 18th and 20th September,2017, in which a huge participation from the first year as well as second year students was observed.



A speaker session with professor Sangeeta Madan was organised by E-Cell on 24th January,2018 who delivers regular training modules at The Bureau of Parliamentary Services and Training focused on stress management and decision making.



Business Plan Competition 2.O was also organised by the Team E-cell on january 23rd,2018 . More than 93 registrations were received from across Delhi NCR. Project Bawarchi from Ramjas College caught the eyes of everyone and took away the trophy home.



Impreneurs organized their first E-Summit on March27,2018 which was a huge success as there was a massive participation by students from various reputed colleges across Delhi and NCR. Six events took place during the E-Summit which were executed properly and students enjoyed them as well as gained a lot information from them through interaction with the highly educated and experienced judges.



With the beginning of academic year 2018-2019Prakshi Goel(President) and Harshita Lohia(Vice President) along with new core team, organized intra college HangMan Competition on 13th September,2018, in which a huge participation from the first year as well as second year students was observed.



The Entrepreneurship cell organized an inspiring and interactive speaker session with Ms.Ronicka Kandhari on 27th September,2018 who is among the first women to make a significant impact in the Indian luxury wedding photography industry. She shared her journey and solved every query of the students related to entrepreneurship and specially in the photography industry. More than 100 students from the college participated in the speaker session with Ms. Ronicka Kandhari.



With the ending of the semester, the entrepreneurship cell organized speaker sessionwith the famous chief Mentor, Author, Trainer and Entrepreneur Mr. A.Din Pangotra on 23rd October,2018, where he defined Entrepreneurship as a concept of skill development. He emphasized that skill coupled with the right mindset is what makes an entrepreneur. He clarified student's doubts and imparted in depth knowledge through interactive sessions, thus benefiting students from across colleges, making participation a truly worthwhile experience.



Business Battle Competition On January 8th,2019 was organised as a part of Symphony-The Annual Cultural fest of JDMC. Hon'ble Mr. Vikram Srivastava founder and CEO of Career Hawk, ProtonicaElectrohub and Mentor of Atal Innovation Mission along with Mr. Abhishek Gupta, CEO Hacker Space and co-founder of uppskill embrace the event by their presence. The Project "Sanjeevni" discussed about the diseases caused by air. The team presented a business model which can purify the air. The model shown by them was little bit helpful in the purification of air.Project "Sanjeevni" with the idea for the air purifiers grabbed the position as the Winner of the Business Battle Competition 2019.



Impreneurs organised their second Annual Fest, E-Summit on 14th March 2019, a successful event as huge participation was seen from students of different colleges across Delhi-NCR. The guest of honour, Dr. S. Lakshmi Devi and Chief Guest Dr. Prerna Taneja started the event with great enthusiasm which was followed by Achiever's Talk in which our honourable speakers Ms.Saumya Aggarwal, Mr.VanshSaluja, Mr.Pratik Gauri and Ms.Ambika Bhardwaj who shared their journey and motivated the students for their entrepreneurial career and in general for life and how to work towards their dreams and goals.
Interesting competition like Market Mania, LA Quizzeria took place which developed immense excitement among the students. Elevator Pitch Competition was also organised which was won by the team Mosquillers who amazingly pitched their product to the judges, Mr.Ashish Kumar and Mr.AnkitTibrewal.




The Entrepreneurship Cell,"impreneurs",of Janki Devi Memorial College is operational since January 2017. In line with the vision of the college to empower women, the E Cell has been launched with the purpose of inspiring, guiding and creating awareness among under graduate students about the need, importance and benefits of being an Entrepreneur. The cell aims at conducting workshops, talks, events, lectures etc to foster an entrepreneurial culture at JDMC.

"impreneurs""intends to open up the platform of Entrepreneurship to under graduate students which remains largely unexplored by them. The purpose is to sow the seed of idea of becoming a Women Entrepreneur. "impreneurs" at the onset may not launch startups but the team believes that our student members through our various events, will be equipped with basic information that a potential entrepreneur should get before they step out into the world beyond their college life. "impreneurs"is the brain child of two second year students of Commerce (Ms. Ashmeen Kaur Sran&Ms. Mehar Suri) who have teamed up with six faculty members. Dr. Madhu Gupta, Associate Professor and Dr. Manisha Sinha, Associate Professor, Department of Commerce, are the conveners of the E Cell.Ms. Bhawna Pal, MsShilpaMaggo, Ms Shweta Gupta and MsRicha Sharma (Assistant Professors with Department of Commerce) are the co-conveners of the E Cell.The E cell team also consists of many dedicated and enthusiastic students with a zeal to learn more about Entrepreneurship. "impreneurs" organized its first inter-college Business Plan Competition as part of Symphony-2017 in January 2017. The event saw a massive participation from various colleges across Delhi and NCR. An accomplished Jury evaluated the proposals of the participants and selected the best entries after a presentation and a Q&A session.

A Video Screening was organized on the topic “Job vs Entrepreneurship” on 28th January, 2017. The Video was of a panel discussion held at the Entrepreneurship Summit at IITBombay. The panel consisted of Mr. Anupammittal, CEO People Group andshaadi.com, Mr. MunjalKamdar, Director Delloite and Mr. Siddharth Menon, Co-founder, Crowdfire. The discussion was moderated by Ms Lakshmi Rebecca, Founder, Red Bangles Production House. It highlighted various differences between being an entrepreneur and being in job. The discussion wasvery fruitful for the students.

"impreneurs"conducteda Seminar with Career Power on Career Planning on 30th January, 2017. They also conducted an Open Aptitude Test, giving an opportunity to the students to test their employability potential. More than 150 students from various departments participated.