The aim is to promote an open dialogue between the academic community and mainstream entrepreneurial crowd. With same vision in mind, KIIT Entrepreneurship Cell is organising Conclave of Entrepreneurship, Leadership and Technology (CELT), India. This is in association with Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations as the partner, Harvard University, Cambridge for the period of 9th-13th of August, 2016. For the entrepreneurs, there can be no better launching ground to kick-start their ideas.
Delegates attending CELT will have a transformative experience; the guest lectures, panel discussions, workshops led by corporate leaders and luminaries from the practician’s who’s who world will open their perspectives and provide insight to an endless orchard of possibilities.
CELT promotes openness of knowledge, endless possibilities of networking, contacts and a plethora of opportunities. It will conduct several competitions of challenging formats, workshops, guest lectures . The conclave will provide a platform to open a dialogue among the global leaders of academia to mainstream entrepreneurship education by providing training and support to entrepreneurship educators and to demonstrate effective global models of development of entrepreneurial ventures, the challenges faced and the outcomes. It will also allow to highlight innovative and accelerating models of emerging excellence and introduce the channels for recognition to the growing entrepreneurship community of educators, mentors and program managers. It will also provide mentors to several “now-successful” start-ups so that they get a chance to groom and polish their ideas and make it big.
The Conclave will provide a unique opportunity for various stakeholders of the entrepreneurship ecosystem to witness cutting-edge technology driven developed offerings under various thematic domains such as Grid & Cloud Computing, e-Security, Language & Heritage Computing, High Performance Computing, Professional Electronics, Ubiquitous, Mobile and Green Computing, ICT solutions for e-Governance, Open Source Software and e-Learning, e-Health etc, just to name a few of the dominant focus areas.