Entrepreneurship Developement Lession Plan

Entrepreneurship Developement Lession Plan

|[pic] |LESSON PLAN | | | | |Date: 02-02-2012 | | |Sub Code &Name : | | | |ME2035 – ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT | | | |Unit: I Branch: Mechanical Engineering Semester: VIII | | UNIT – I ENTREPRENEURSHIP 9 Entrepreneur – Types of Entrepreneurs – Difference between Entrepreneur and Intrapreneur – Entrepreneurship in Economic Growth, Factors Affecting Entrepreneurial Growth. Objective: On completion of this chapter, the students will be equipped to understand the concept of entrepreneurship, the role of entrepreneurship in economic development of the country and the scope for an entrepreneur. |Session |Topics to be covered |Time |Ref. Teaching Method| |No | |(Min) | | | |1 |Entrepreneur: Concept / Meaning |50 |1 |BB/ | | | | | |OHP | |2 |Entrepreneur: Characteristics |50 |1 |BB/ OHP | |3 |Functions of an entrepreneur, difference between entrepreneur & manager |50 |1 |BB/ OHP | |4 |Types of entrepreneurs, Meaning of Intrapreneur, Difference b/w entrepreneur & |50 |1 BB/ OHP | | |intrapreneur | | | | |5 |Concept of Entrepreneurship: during the period of pre-independence |50 |1 |BB/ OHP | |6 |Concept of Entrepreneurship: during the period of post-independence |50 |1 |BB/ OHP | |7 |Growth of entrepreneurship |50 |1 |BB/ OHP | |8 |Role of Entrepreneurship in economic development of state / nation |50 |1 |BB/ OHP | |9 |Factors affecting Entrepreneurial Growth: Economic & non-economic factors |50 |1 |BB/ OHP | |[pic] |LESSON PLAN | | | | |Date: 02-02-2012 | | |Sub Code &Name : | | | |ME2035 – ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT | | | |Unit: II Branch: Mechanical Engineering Semester: VIII | | UNIT- II MOTIVATION 9 Major Motives Influencing an Entrepreneur – Achievement Motivation Training, self Rating, Business Game, Thematic Apperception Test – Stress management, Entrepreneurship Development Programs – Need, Objectives. Objective: On completion of this unit, the students shall be able to understand the motivational aspects of entrepreneurship, factors motivate towards entrepreneurship, importance of EDPs. |Session |Topics to be covered |Time |Ref. |Teaching Method | |No |(Min) | | | |10 |Motivational aspects of an Entrepreneur, Motivation theories |50 |1 |BB/OHP | |11 |Motivating factors, influencing an Entrepreneur |50 |1 |BB/OHP | |12 |Achievement Motivation Training, tools & techniques to assess AMT |50 |1 |BB/OHP | |13 |Self rating |50 |1 |BB/OHP | |14 |Business game |50 |1 |BB/OHP | |15 |TAT |50 |1 |BB/OHP | |16 |Entrepreneurial competencies |50 |1 |BB/OHP | |17 |Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP): Need, Objective, Course contents |50 |1 |BB/OHP | | |and Curriculum | | | | |18 |EDP: Various phases, Evaluation methodology |50 |1 |BB/OHP | [pic] |LESSON PLAN | | | | |Date: 02-02-2012 | | |Sub Code &Name : | | | |ME2035 – ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT | | | |Unit: III Branch: Mechanical Engineering Semester: VIII | | UNIT – III BUSINESS 9

Small Enterprises – Definition, Classification – Characteristics, Ownership Structures – Project Formulation – Steps involved in setting up a Business – identifying, selecting a Good Business opportunity, Market Survey and Research, Techno Economic Feasibility Assessment – Preparation of Preliminary Project Reports – Project Appraisal – Sources of Information – Classification of Needs and Agencies. Objective: On completion of this unit, the student enable to understand what is small enterprises, problems faced by small enterprises, ownership pattern of small enterprises, the contents of a project report, formulation of a project report, methods adopted in project appraisal, sources of information on promotion of small enterprise. Session |Topics to be covered |Time |Ref |Teaching Method | |No | |(Min) | | | |19 |Small Enterprises: Definition, Objectives, Scope & its importance |50 |1 |BB/OHP | |20 |Role of Small Enterprises in economic development, problems of small |50 |1 |BB/OHP | | |enterprises | | | | |21 |Small enterprises: Ownership Structures, Advantages & Disadvantages |50 |1 |BB/OHP | |22 |Steps involved in setting up a Business |50 |1 |BB/OHP | |23 |Business Identification & Selection | | | | |24 |Techno economic feasibility | | | | |25 |Market Survey, Research and Analysis |50 |1 |BB/OHP | |26 |Project Report: Significance, Contents, Formulation |50 |1 |BB/OHP | |27 Preparation of a Preliminary Project Report |50 |1 |BB/OHP | |28 |Project appraisal: Concept and methods |50 |1 |BB/OHP | |29 |Sources of information |50 |1 |BB/OHP | |[pic] |LESSON PLAN | | | | |Date: 02-02-2012 | | |Sub Code &Name : | | | |ME2035 – ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT | | | |Unit: IV Branch: Mechanical Engineering Semester: VIII | | UNIT – IV FINANCING AND ACCOUNTING 9 Need – Sources of Finance, Term Loans, Capital Structure, Financial Institution, management of working Capital, Costing, Break Even Analysis, Network Analysis Techniques of PERT/CPM – Taxation – Income Tax, Excise Duty – Sales Tax. Objective:

On completion of this unit, the students shall be able to understand the need of financial planning to start small enterprises, to identify the various sources of finance, types of term loans, project execution techniques, taxation. |Session |Topics to be covered |Time |Ref. |Teaching Method | |No. | |(Min) | | | |30 |Financial planning, sources of finance |50 |1 |BB& OHP | |31 |Term Loans, Capital structure |50 1 |BB& OHP | |32 |Various financial institutions |50 |1 |BB& OHP | |33 |Working Capital Management |50 |1 |BB& OHP | |34 |Break Even Analysis, Costing, Product Pricing |50 |1 |BB& OHP | |35 |Network analysis techniques: Concept, importance, objectives |50 |1 |BB& OHP | |36 |Accounting: Need, Meaning, Objective, Process |50 |1 |BB& OHP | |37 |Various financial risks faced by small enterprises, reasons and remedial |50 |1 |BB& OHP | | |actions | | | | |38 |Taxation for Small Enterprises: IT, ED, ST |60 |1 |BB& OHP | [pic] |LESSON PLAN | | | | |Date: 02-02-2012 | | |Sub Code &Name : | | | |ME2035 – ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT | | | |Unit: V Branch: Mechanical Engineering Semester: VIII | | UNIT – V SUPPORT TO ENTREPRENEURS 9 Sickness in small Business – Concept, Magnitude, causes and consequences, Corrective Measures – Government Policy for Small Scale Enterprises – Growth Strategies in small industry – Expansion, Diversification, Joint Venture, Merger and Sub Contracting. Objective: On completion of this unit, the learners should be able to understand about the sickness in small business, to know the government policy on promoting small enterprises, strategies used for growth of small enterprises. Session |Topics to be covered |Time |Ref |Teaching Method | |No | |(Min) | | | |39 |Concept of Industrial Sickness in small business |50 |1 |BB& | | | | | |OHP | |40 |Signals and symptoms of Industrial sickness |50 |1 |BB& OHP | |41 |Magnitude of Industrial Sickness |50 |1 |BB& OHP | |42 |Causes & Consequences of Industrial Sickness |50 |1 |BB& OHP | |43 |Corrective measures |50 |1 |BB& OHP | |44 |Govt. policy for small enterprises |50 |1 |BB& OHP | |45 |Govt. upport for small enterprises |50 |1 |BB& OHP | |46 |Growth strategies: Objective, various stages |50 |1 |BB& OHP | |47 |Types of growth strategies |50 |1 |BB& OHP | |[pic] |LESSON PLAN | | | | |Date: 02-02-2012 | | |Sub Code &Name : | | | |ME2035 – ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT | | | |Unit: I-V Branch: Mechanical Engineering Semester: VIII | | Course Delivery Plan: |Hr. 1 |2 | |Hr. |16 |17 |18 | |Hr. |31 |32 | |Hr. |46 |47 | |Units |V | TEXT BOOKS: 1. S. S. Khanka “Entrepreneurial Development” S. Chand & Co. Ltd. Ram Nagar New Delhi, 1999. 2. Hisrich R D and Peters M P, “Entrepreneurship” 5th Edition Tata McGraw-Hill, 2002. REFERENCES: 3. Rabindra N. Kanungo “Entrepreneurship and innovation”, Sage Publications, New Delhi, 1998. 4.

EDII “Faulty and External Experts – A Hand Book for New Entrepreneurs Publishers: Entrepreneurship Development” Institute of India, Ahmadabad, 1986. | |Prepared by |Approved by | |Signature | | | |Name |Dr. J. D. Darwin |Dr. Kathirvel | |Designation |Dean (Academic Affairs) |Principal |

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