"The Technology Entrepreneurship Programme (TEP) brings to life and extends the ISB’s enduring theme of creating knowledge for the service of society. Through TEP the School seeks to guide and inspire talented engineering student’s entrepreneurial spirit; generating and translating innovations to positively impact individuals, communities, institutions, and societies. We seek to inspire and prepare students for innovative leadership and to actively support and encourage the translation of knowledge in the service of society".
GRIET is one of the few colleges selected by TASK,ISB for the TEP program to promote technology entrepreneurship as a viable career option and nurture the culture of entrepreneurship in the region, Link entrepreneurial and innovative behaviour to educational and career, and to provide an environment/experience for engineering students to create investable technology based start-ups.
TEP is a two year semi virtual program, a combination of online and offline modules offered by ISB started in June 2014. The Semi Virtual Programme format allows participants to understand and practice the concepts of design, management and entrepreneurship while continuing their technical learning at their home institutions. The TEP seeks to provide innovative approaches to engineering education through a combination of learning, experience and mentoring. TEP gives students diverse learning opportunities through interactions with global faculty, experiential learning, and industry contact.
TEP STAFF @GRIET
|N V Ganapathi Raju,TEP ADMINISTRATOR & Associate Professor, IT|
|A Radhanand , Faculty co-ordinator, & Associate Professor, ECE|
|V Mallikarjuna Reddy, Faculty co-ordinator, & Associate Professor, CE|
|R Raman Goud, Faculty co-ordinator, & Assistant Professor, ME|
|Ch Mallikarjuna Sharma , Faculty co-ordinator, & Associate Professor, CSE|
|R Anil Kumar, Faculty co-ordinator, & Assistant Professor, EEE|