Hyderabad: Twenty five new colleges have registered for the TIE GRAD programme for the academic year 2019-20, which is being organised at Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology (SNIST). The programme facilitates SNIST students for training and mentorship with dedicated idea and business mentors, interfacing with global entrepreneurs network besides connect with domain experts.
Speaking at a workshop organised recently at SNIST, TIE-GRAD programme chairperson Bhanu Prakash shared several success stories of startups including his own journey as a young entrepreneur.
Industry Arc board advisor Chaitanya Kumar trained students on lean business canvas and clarified their doubts. He validated student business idea and guided them to improvise.
SNIST executive director Dr. P Narasimha Reddy advised students to gain in-depth expertise and skills before venturing as a startup.
During the event, SNIST and TIE GRAD have entered into memorandum of understanding that will help the budding entrepreneurs of the institute to be shaped to become successful startups.