Enterprise Training Programme for Women (ETW)Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS)
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Frequent Asked Questions
-The programme targets middle-income women with at least twelve years of formal schooling, between 20-50 years of age,comfortable in English and having some knowledge of the business that interests them will be an advantage.
An Indian Adaptation of The Scottish Enterprise Foundation of the University of Stirling, Scotland Subsidised by Maharashtra State Finance Corporation (MSFC) and Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI).
Women in India have traditionally been seen almost exclusively as wives, mothers and homemakers. The ascription of such stereotypes has had the effect of minimalizing their direct economic participation. This has led to a feeling of loss of autonomy in women and has also affected the overall growth of the economy. NMIMS Deemed University has been most active in planning strategies for the development of women in the fields of management and entrepreneurship. As a management institute, NMIMS is uniquely equipped to train women in planning, managing and running a business.
This 12 week Certificate Programme is offered twice in a year from July to October and December to March. Classes will be held between Tuesdays to Fridays from 2:00 p.m to 5:00 p.m.
Individual weekly counselling is a unique and essential feature of the programme. Each trainee is assigned a counsellor who may be a member of the faculty or a consultant teaching on the programme. Visits to micro enterprises handled by women are scheduled and various leading women entrepreneurs are invited to share their experiences.
How is this programme different?
The ETW Programme is one of its kind in India. The programme has been adapted from a reputed programme offered by the University of Stirling, Scotland, which has met with remarkable success in Scotland and other parts of Europe over the years.