EDITIONS
Students

'Engineering students must first try to become entrepreneurs, then search for jobs, says Infosys Co-founder

Press Trust of India
5th Aug 2015
Add to
Shares
0
Comments
Share This
Add to
Shares
0
Comments
Share

The important goal for engineering students after graduation was to involve in an entrepreneurship by starting their own business and switch over to jobs, if it ended in failure, Kris Gopalakrishnan, co-founder and former Vice Chairman of Infosys said. The main goal should be entrepreneurship, as like the Kerala University, which recently implemented the concept of residential entrepreneurship for the Students, Gopalakrishnan, said while addressing the students at Kumaraguru College of Technology, about Transforming Engineers into Entrepreneurs.


yourstory-Kris-Gopalakrishnan-entrepreneurship

"A border perception is required, an entrepreneur he or she should realize it is a challenge. I am going to find solution and to solve the problem," he suggested. Gopalakrishnan, speaking as part of lecture series of C K Prahlad, said August eight being special because it is CK's birth anniversary and August 15 is a milestone date for the nation and India@75 vision, he said.

Shankar Vanavarayar, Joint Correspondent of the College and Member, CII council of India @75, said that India@75 is a platform that was inspired by Dr C K Prahalad. This CII initative envisions to see India emerge as a world leader through economic strength, technological vitality and moral leadership by 2022, he said.

Image Credit: Shutterstock


Read More:

Govt allocates Rs 200 cr to promote entrepreneurship among SC citizens

‘Integrated Skill Centers’ in Punjab to impart skill training and safeguard interests of entrepreneurs


 

Report an issue
Add to
Shares
0
Comments
Share This
Add to
Shares
0
Comments
Share
Authors

Related Tags