Tvm: Chief Minister Shri V S Achuthanandan today launched the e-learning platform of Technopark Technology Business Incubator (T-TBI). T-TBI aims to spot and attract potential entrepreneurs through intensive training programs undertaken on a regular basis. The Centre has full time management team that has extensive experience in entrepreneurship, product development and marketing, securing venture capital funding and organisational development.
In addition to this, an expert panel called the Technology Angels consisting of eminent academicians and expert professionals from diverse industries guide the incubatees. As part of this program T-TBI has launched this e-learning platform.
The platform will maintain an e-learning network, capable of delivering high-quality multi-sensory learning experience for budding entrepreneurs and the incubatees operating from various locations in the country to enhance their entrepreneurial talents in a much easier and professional way.
With Interactive content and user friendly interface, the e-learning website is designed specially for the easy understanding of the budding entrepreneurs. Delivered by Entrepreneurship Gurus and highly qualified experts from the industry, members can gain the maximum from the live training. Sitting right from home one can access this vast repository of knowledge along with the highly professional mentoring support with just a single click.
According to Sanjay Vijayakumar, CEO of Mobme Wireless, the first company to be incubated in TBI, “I believe this is a unique and pioneering opportunity for instructors of the highest calibre to share their knowledge across borders, allowing students to attend courses across physical, political, and economic boundaries. The excellent repository of information exchange created on this e-learning platform would help to develop the skills and competencies needed in the current scenario, in particular to ensure that learners have the digital literacy skills required in their discipline, profession or career.”
T-TBI is a joint initiative of Technopark, Trivandrum and the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India. Mervin Alexander, CEO, Technopark; K C Chandrashekaran Nair, Registrar, T-TBI and Sanjay were among those present on the occasion.
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