The Role of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education in Promoting the Growth of Students in Higher Vocational Colleges

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Dr. Shilpa Sachdeva, Dr. Ritu Sharma, Roberto Toscano-Noroña
Avinash Kumar Mishra, Gabriela Sierra-Vergara, Dr. Prashant Mishra

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The far and wide utilization of enormous information is supported by data innovation, which likewise prompts continuous changes in school and college educational programs. The subject of how to assist undergrads with bettering comprehend innovation and entrepreneurship while likewise assisting them with acclimating to the moving economic situations has acquired consideration. Look at the condition of innovation and entrepreneurship instruction for undergrads today utilizing huge information investigation. This paper looks at the expert morals, work hunting thought, innovation and practice capacity development, imaginative reasoning, enterprising mental bearing skill, creative and exhaustive nature of entrepreneurship, and different parts of undergrads' entrepreneurship. By inspecting the condition of innovation and entrepreneurship schooling for undergrads today, we can recognize the positive impacting factors and attempt to reinforce and improve them. This study proposes change ideas and countermeasures considering the ominous impact components. To make a bunch of ceaselessly further developing innovation and entrepreneurship curricular frameworks, the public authority, schools, instructors, and students met up to sum up the innovation and entrepreneurship training model. In this methodology, an imaginative and pioneering ability improvement program that is receptive to the requirements of the cutting-edge world might be laid out, and the sound development of talented people can be energized.

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Roberto Toscano-Noroña, D. S. S. D. R. S., & Dr. Prashant Mishra, A. K. M. G. S.-V. (2024). The Role of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education in Promoting the Growth of Students in Higher Vocational Colleges. European Economic Letters (EEL), 14(1), 489–498. https://doi.org/10.52783/eel.v14i1.1052
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