EDII, Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India is one of the country’s top and leading business schools/institutes for the growth of entrepreneurship. Offering a variety of courses for business owners. It is going to announce an ambitious target of creating 1 million new businesses and enterprises that are to be owned by Women in the country as mission 1M 2030. The Director General of EDII, Dr. Sunil Shukla, will introduce this initiative at the CSR Leaders' Roundtable meeting on July 12, 2022, at Hotel Royal Orchid Central, Manipal Center, Dickenson Road, Bangalore between 11 AM to 1 PM.
The Roundtable meeting's main goal is to come up with ideas for fresh eco-friendly and technologically driven trends, innovations, and practices in women's livelihoods, income production, and entrepreneurial endeavors. EDII hopes to achieve this goal in strong collaboration with CSRs, additional funders, government agencies, and other stakeholders. This is one-of-a-kind, robust, and expansive programme that will include the entire nation, EDII hopes to further improve its contribution to the national economy and priorities in line with the UN SDG Goals.
Dr. Sunil Shukla, Director General of EDII said “This initiative of EDII will be creating so many opportunities for women entrepreneurs all around the country. EDII is not just limited to providing entrepreneurship courses, it is making India ready to do business. The mission 1M2030 aims to 1 million new businesses and enterprises that are to be owned by Women in the country and also to provide equal opportunities for women entrepreneurs all around the country.”
The Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (abbreviated as EDII) is an autonomous body and not-for-profit institute located in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. Established in 1983, the institute offers master's degree programmes in Entrepreneurship, a fellowship programme and a number of entrepreneurship training programmes. EDII was established in 1983 with the active support of the Government of Gujarat, IDBI Bank, IFCI Ltd, ICICI Bank and State Bank of India. Its initial aim was to help potential and existing entrepreneurs and then gradually ventured to train trainers and faculty members. One of the major achievements of the EDII is inducing entrepreneurship in the curriculum of colleges, schools, science and technology institutions, and management schools in several states of the country and also setting up entrepreneurship development centers in 12 states across India's