New Venture Creation (NVC)
Based Learning in Entrepreneurship
New Venture Creaon (NVC)
Based Learning in Entrepreneurship
The goal of New Venture Creaon (NVC) is to inspire the entrepreneurial and ambi-
ous students to innovate and prompt rapid growth. The course nurtures the neces-
sary mindset, skills and knowledge, as well as provides the tools and network in or-
der to start and run successful Business ventures.
Students will develop skills and insights for evaluang, arculang, rening, and
pitching a new product or service, either as a start
up business or a new iniave
within an exisng rm. This course is appropriate for all students interested in inno-
vaon and design as necessary components of new businesses today.
Upon compleon of the course, the student will be able to demonstrate knowledge
of the following topics:
1. Understanding the dynamic role of entrepreneurship and small businesses
2. Organizing and Managing a Small Business
3. Financial Planning and Control
4. Forms of Ownership for Small Business
5. Strategic Markeng Planning
6. New Product or Service Development
7. Create new Venture
There is no nal exam of the course. The business model, the applicaon or its proto-
type and the VC pitch serve as the passing criteria.
The assessment of the ongoing progress and course program compleon is carried
out by the mentors through goal seng and team monitoring in the mentoring ses-
paced Online course
MOOC ( Edx , Udemy , Udacity , Openlearning , etc,.)
campus meeng dates required
Personalized Learning Environment for students project.
Course Details :
Sample Login :
User name : startupcell
Password : startupcell
New Venture Creaon (NVC) course goes far beyond the theory and academic aspect
of developing a business. From day one, students face the challenges of making their
progress and seng growth ambion in real world terms
they interact with real
stakeholders in real
life situaons and constantly have to integrate the feedback and
input from their customers, suppliers, partners, peers, competors and investors into
This “geng out of the house” obligaon turns the whole learning process into a real
life trial with a real
feedback on the results. Even when
failing or constantly pivong, the acquired baggage of praccal knowledge and skills
Embrace innovaon as a necessity
Crical consumer of innovaon who analyzes processes, systems, and
organizaonal frames and structures of his/her own, and other instuons, and re-
views the current context to idenfy changes to the systems and pracces that could
be greatly improved through an act of entrepreneurship.
Willing to take risks as a producve acvity leading to success in chang-
ing systems, processes, and cultures.
Willing and able to recruit others to a shared ownership of the
future by recognizing and valuing their needs and contribuons, and reect on his/
her own content and process learning in order to make midcourse correcons
Consistently and enthusiascally models posive, proacve for-
ward thinking and a “can
An acve listener and analyst who can successfully interpret and
reposion a message to inspire and connect with all stakeholders.
1. Evaluate social and civil responsibilies of business ownership.
2. Describe typical behavioral characteriscs of an eecve entrepreneur.
3. Crique a variety of business classicaons, including retailers, wholesalers, servicers
and manufacturers, to determine potenal business ventures.
4. Compare types of business ownership.
5. Determine technological needs of a small business, including hardware, soware,
networking, and telecommunicaons.
6. Explain risk factors that aect entrepreneurs, including nancial, psychological, and
7. Analyze naonal and internaonal economic uctuaons to determine eect on business
markets of interest.
8. Develop a business plan, including idenfying an execuve summary; conducng a
markeng and compeve analysis report; and developing a markeng, management,
and nancial plan.
9. Analyze credit and collecon policies to determine consumer credit plans.
10. Explain taxes associated with business ownership & employment, including local, state,
11. Use mathemacs skills to analyze prot and loss margins for a business.
12. Analyze government regulaons to idenfy impact on business ownership.
13. Explain laws and regulaons related to hiring and retaining employees.
14. Determine markeng funcons needed for eecve business ownership.
15. Interpret research data to determine market
driven problems faced by entrepreneurs
16. Determine career opportunies, responsibilies, and educaonal and credenaling
requirements related to various entrepreneurship ventures.
17. Idenfy advantages and disadvantages of Internet entrepreneurial opportunies.
18. Idenfy various investment and funding opportunies, especially Seed, Angel , VC
19. Analyze various exit opons IPO, merger , acquision, JV , etc.
20. Adopt to the latest changes in Business eco system.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE
Students of any discipline can parcipate.
No previous knowledge or Experience required
Students can aend without aecng their regular curriculum.
Students can startup with minimum or zero investments
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
Login to Premium Student account of
Create a small team or get co
Submit basic project idea and have competor study
Get support from mentors
Learn various courses related to the project
Develop MVP using lean startup method
Parcipate in various Startup events and network.
Get support to develop prototypes.
Get support to idenfy suitable incubaon center
Update project for grants , seed funds.
Support in preparing beer Markeng plans
Teaching materials for students (scripts, exercise collecons, examples of solved exercises), various MOOC courses , applica
learning, current informaon and all other data are available on premium students area on
Students can upload their project idea and clarify doubts with expert Mentors.