New Delhi, October 9: In order to help students to inculcate the entrepreneurial mindset, the Delhi government schools have introduced an entrepreneurship course in their curriculum.
Delhi's Education Minister Manish Sisodia believes that this will course will create a new understanding among children from class 9 till 12th. Chairperson and MD of Biocon, Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, interacted with the students of Delhi government school on Wednesday during a digital interaction, as part of the school's entrepreneurship mindset curriculum. She said, "Entrepreneurship is not just about making money. One needs to have a vision of how they can make a difference in the life of others."
Last year, as well, the Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government introduced the Entrepreneurship Mindset Curriculum for Delhi government-run schools from July, where all students from Class 9 to Class 12 were given Rs 1,000 each as seed money to develop an entrepreneurial mindset.
The teachers working in Delhi government schools were given a week-long training programme. As per the previous year's report, the state government had allocated a budget of Rs 40-50 crore to encourage entrepreneurship at the school level.