It is a full time AICTE approved course in entrepreneurship by XLRI which offers structured long-term support for aspiring entrepreneurs by combining management education with incubation/acceleration.
The programme provides students with skills, analytical tools, perspectives, and experiences that prepare them for careers as autonomous entrepreneurs, family-business entrepreneurs, or entrepreneurs in corporate settings.
All aspiring entrepreneurs desirous of starting a venture soon are encouraged to apply.View Details
Phase 3 Application deadline: 8th June, 2022 | Academic Session Begins: 1st Week of July, 2022View Details
The applicant must have a bachelor's degree from any University/ Institution recognized by the Ministry of Education, Govt. India.View Details
For those who wish to start a new venture from scratch.Family Business Track
For those who wish to continue in their family business, strengthen it and take in exciting new directions.
Tuition fees payable for the two-year PGDM Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Venture Creation will be approximately Rs 7.5 Lakh per annum and it will be paid in three installments every year. Additional charges include for hostel and mess.
|Year||Installment I||Installment II||Installment III|
|Year 1||2.5 Lakhs||2.5 Lakhs||2.5 Lakhs|
|Year 2||2.5 Lakhs||2.5 Lakhs||2.5 Lakhs|
Students of this Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Venture Creation) program
enjoy lifetime alumni benefits of XLRI
XCEED has several partnerships with business service providers, technology services, funding entities and other eco-system partners, providing a variety of benefits to startups like providing tech credits to help build your product or giving free or discounted services. It also includes sharing preferential business services, sharing knowledge and access to build business relationships.
Dr Rajeev Roy is an entrepreneurship educator, startup mentor, entrepreneur and investor. Currently he is Professor of entrepreneurship at XLRI Xavier School of Management, and the CEO of XCEED, the campus incubator. He has been involved in entrepreneurship development in 14 countries across five continents. He has trained over 1000 entrepreneurs and over 300 entrepreneurship educators. He has been directly involved in mentoring and advising over 100 startups in their growth phase.