The Delhi University School of Open Learning's ECell (Entrepreneurship Cell) enables students from all departments and years to access the entrepreneurship centre on campus. The ECell of DU SOL committee finds and provides advice on the kinds of startups, enterprises, ideas, concepts, or organisations that make use of the team members' competencies and skill sets.
The DU SOL entrepreneurship cell became a permanent fixture on the university campus in 2018. The cell encourages the notion of entrepreneurship through seminars, workshops, and on-campus interactions with knowledgeable academics or visiting leaders.
Start and Improve Your Business (SIYB), Youth Entrepreneurship, Decent Work Activities, UNCTAD from the United Nations, and other related initiatives to promote, develop, and enhance students' perspectives, personalities, vocational skills, and self-employment growth take place in Ecell of DU SOL.
The Government of India has also implemented a number of initiative programmes in the Ecell of the DU SOL to help students improve their standing and experience stability and progress in their chosen professions. These initiatives, which were started by the Ecell of DU SOL, include the World Skills Competition Digital India, Startup India, Make In India, Swayam Online Education, National Digital Library, NITI Ayog, and the Skill India programme.
Additionally, several members of the organisation have taken part in the DU-SOL Ecell internship or volunteer programmes, including those run by the National Innovation Foundation, the CSIR Technologies, the GST, SIDBI Small B, and other highly regarded large corporations.
The Entrepreneurship Cell of the School of Open Learning brought large businesses, corporations, and organisations inside the university to teach or train students. In order to construct and fully meet the demand for a plan in society to make changes and boost the flow of young minds, students will learn about new ventures, ideas, and concepts. The danger of entrepreneurship and how ideas may grow into a tree of business startup will also be taught to students.
To participate in the initiative programmes run for students to refresh their skills through self-employment events and entrepreneurial programmes, get in touch with the DU SOL entrepreneurship cell.
The Ecell grooming classes conducted in the DU SOL main campus:
However, a student may also contact the university's Entrepreneurship unit via mail or by visiting the Delhi University School of Open Learning's (DU SOL) official website.
Contact Information: 011-27008409
E-Mail ID: [email protected] (reply will be given within 3 working days or early)
All SOL-DU students will also receive an SMS message reminding them of the aforementioned, and the message will also be posted on the SOL-DU website as well as the North and South Delhi Contact Centers.
Issued with the authority's competent approval (Entrepreneurship Cell – SOL – DU)
This group is set up so that students may connect with one another while being supervised by senior faculty members or other students who have encountered thoughts and ideas for new businesses and startups. Identifying a student's areas of interest, talents, personality, assessments, strengths, and competencies is the beneficial aim for Ecell pupils.
A student must complete the entire registration procedure that is filled out by the freshmen in order to participate in the Ecell. Both an online and offline version of the E Cell of the DU SOL Registration Form are accessible. Expertise-based activities, occasions, and initiatives carried out by the Ecell Skilling Courses.
In order to build their companies and improve the current units, students receive guidance and mentorship from Entrepreneurship Education and Entrepreneurship Development.