Course Title: Entrepreneurship
Course Code. RDS 410 Full Marks: 70
Paper: VII Pass Marks: 28
Year: Third Teaching Hours: 105
- The objective of this course is to make students familiar with the concepts of entrepreneurship and its culture.
- The objective of this course is to make the students well acquainted with the business innovation and management, business model, and its strategic plan.
Unit-I: Introduction to Entrepreneurship 20
1.1 Evolving conceptual perspective of entrepreneurship
1.2 Some definitions of entrepreneurship
1.3 The characteristics of individual enterprise
1.4 Organizational enterprise
1.5 Where do we find enterprise?
1.6 Developing an enterprise culture
1.7 What entrepreneurship are like, and what they do
Unit-II: Cultural Diversity of Entrepreneurship 20
2.1 Female entrepreneurship
2.2 Minority entrepreneurship
2.4 Young entrepreneurs
2.5 Home-based and Family business
2.7 The support infrastructure
2.8 Supporting enterprising people
Unit-III: Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship 20
3.1 Creativity Thinking
3.2 Barriers to creativity
3.3 Enhancing creativity
3.4 Creative Process
3.5 Techniques for Improving the Creativity Process
3.6 Intellectual Property
Unit-IV: Feasibility Analysis and Designing a Business Model 20
4.1 Idea assessment and its Feasibility Analysis
4.2 Five Forces Models of Competitions
4.3 Product or Service Feasibility Analysis
4.4 Financial Feasibility Analysis
4.5 Entrepreneur Feasibility
4.6 Developing and Testing a Business Model
Unit-V: Developing a Business Plan and Its Strategic Plan 15
5.1 Benefit of Creating a Business Plan
5.2 Elements of Business Plan
5.3 Five Cs of Credit
5.4 Making the Business Planning Presentation
5.5 Building a Strategic Plan
5.6 Building a Competitive Advantage
5.7 Strategic Management Process
5.4 Learning capability and entrepreneurial strategy
Unit-VI: Entrepreneurship Development in Nepal 10
Agrawal, G.R. (2012). Entrepreneurship development in Nepal. Kathmandu: M.K. Publisher and Distributors.
Lowe Robin and Sue Marriott (2006). Enterprise: Entrepreneurship and innovation. The Netherlands: The Elsevier Ltd.
Scarborough, Norman M. and Jeffery R. Cornwall (2016). Essentials of entrepreneurship and small business management (Eight Edition). England: Pearson Education Limited.