EDII Director General Sunil Shukla stated that the institute has been successful in giving entrepreneurial and skill development training to craftsmen, weavers, women startup founders, and the unemployed, which has led to sustainable livelihood possibilities for those groups. He was of the opinion that rural entrepreneurship has the ability to power more than 70 percent of the Indian economy if the appropriate set of skills is taught to the appropriate group of people.
On Friday, the Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII) made the announcement that it will collaborate with various corporations to launch 10,000 women-owned and -operated green businesses in 100 of India’s districts within the next thousand days. EDII has been designated as a Center of Excellence by the relevant government agency. The institute collaborates with several ministries and departments of the government, as well as India Inc., to realize various developmental projects aimed at fostering the all-around growth of communities.
The Director General of EDII, Sunil Shukla, stated that the institute had been effectively giving entrepreneurship and skill development training to artisans, weavers, women startup founders, and the unemployed, which has led to sustainable livelihood possibilities for these groups of people.
He was of the opinion that rural entrepreneurship has the ability to power more than 70 percent of the Indian economy if the appropriate set of skills is taught to the appropriate group of people.
What does EDII say?
According to Raman Gujral, Director of the Department of Projects (Corporates) at EDII, there is a growing need in the market for high-end value-added products and services that cause less damage to the environment.
“Keeping all small and large businesses in mind, we need to direct our attention to the development of methods for supporting environmentally friendly firms and enterprises in order to stimulate economic growth and protect the environment. Both rural and urban settings have a demand for cutting-edge technology and environmentally responsible business practices, “he stated.
The Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII), which is a center of excellence recognized by the Government of India, has outlined the process by which the institute will collaborate with well-known corporations to establish 10,000 women-led environmentally conscious businesses in one hundred districts within one thousand days. The announcement came after a roundtable discussion on technology-enabled women-led environmentally conscious enterprises that had been held at the India International Centre (IIC) in New Delhi and was organized by EDII.
GREEN SKILL DEVELOPMENT
According to Dr. Sunil Shukla, Director General of EDII, EDII has been effectively giving entrepreneurial and skill development training to artisans, weavers, women start-ups, and the unemployed, which has led to sustainable livelihood possibilities for these groups of people.
He stated, “I am delighted that with corporates recognizing the power of entrepreneurship, we will continue to progress with astounding results.” “I am glad that with corporates approving the power of entrepreneurship, we will continue to progress.”
Dr. Raman Gujral, Director of the Department of Projects (Corporates) at EDII, emphasized the growing demand for high-end value-added products and services in the market while also minimizing their impact on the environment.
The requirement for long-term viability in commercial endeavors is applicable to both large corporations and individual businesses. Keeping this in mind, we need to direct our attention on the development of methods for supporting environmentally friendly firms and enterprises in order to stimulate economic growth and protect the environment.
HOW TO FURTHER EXPAND THE PARTICIPATION OF PEOPLE IN ECO-FRIENDLY TECHNOLOGIES
Beneficiary organizations need to have access to research laboratories that are constantly learning new things and discovering new things in this industry. It ought to reach a larger number of people in order to assist them in becoming aware of such discoveries.
BUSINESS AND GREEN TECHNOLOGIES
In the end, the environment is the most important consideration. Because people take so much from the environment, it eventually becomes their job to give something back to the environment; this is how we may build a civilization that is self-sustaining. It is a form of social responsibility to run a company that, in some way, contributes to the betterment of society.
It is interesting to note that EDII has provided training for the production of solar-based electrical items in rural areas of Karnataka as part of the MSDP initiative. EDII offered rural women entrepreneurs digital training to assist them in marketing their products and connect with buyers on a variety of online and social channels so that they could expand their companies.
EDII has collaborated in the past with well-known corporations such as Accenture, Facebook, the Bayer Foundation, HSBC Bank, Walmart, HAL, HP, ITC, Yes Bank, ONGC, and Amazon. The results of these combined efforts have allowed EDII to have a positive impact on the lives of 68,134 individuals across 741 villages, 138 districts, and 23 states of India through the implementation of a number of different initiatives.