New Delhi, March 2020: IIM Rohtak announces admissions open for an Entrepreneurship program commencing on 29thMar, 2020. 

An entrepreneur needs an advance level of management skills to make the business viable and funds are equally essential. Studies say that a startup can maximize progress by simply keeping the five core dimensions of a startup, Consumer, Employee, Business Model, Product / Services, and Financials in balance. The mantra of success is to keep these 5 dimensions to move in time and accurate with one another. Hence, failures can be enlightened by one or more of these dimensions falling out of tune with the others. Keeping this in mind, IIM Rohtak has designed an Entrepreneurship program.

Under this eMDP program of IIM Rohtak, Entrepreneurs will able to pitch business ideas to investors brought by upTop,The program will augment business skills along with providing an opportunity for entrepreneurs to pitch for fundraising. IIM Faculty has kept important learnings in focus to develop skills of converting ideas, design thinking, execution of thoughts.

The program is designed for entrepreneurs or for those are seeking to be an entrepreneur one fine day. The duration of the course is 3.5 months with weekend e-sessions. The course starts on March 29,2020 with a fee of INR 60,000. The Application form for the course is available on upTop.in website.

A startup is one of the measures of sustained growth and its business model, and requires appropriate training and timing

Under the new offering, some of the country’s largest investors’ panels have been invited by upTop such as Tech Mahindra, CIO Angel, TiE Global, Fosun RZ Capital, and ExFinity Venture.

About IIM Rohtak: Indian Institute of Management Rohtak is the IIM established by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India by IIM Act 2017. IIM Rohtak is an institute of national importance as per the Ministry of HRD, Government of India.

About UpTop: upTop is engaged by IIM Rohtak as a facilitator for sales, marketing, and technology platform provider for the eMDP on Entrepreneurship

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