The present times demand and promote an urgency for creating a thinking atmosphere that goes beyond the business-as-usual tradition, especially for the young minds. This is an age where we need to have more entrepreneurs than employees for ensuring sustained National growth. Incubation Centres, as part of such initiatives are being established to create a conducive space for young minds and probable new age entrepreneurs to help and support the transformation of their innovative ideas into operable business propositions.
The Kalyani University Incubation Centre is being planned and designed forproviding an ecosystem of innovative thinking for students of different faculties and promote and encourage the choice of venturing into entrepreneurship development in their young minds. The mission of the centre will be to encourage and nourish innovations starting from idea generation through start-up developmentand facilitate a platform for budding entrepreneurs to start business ventures with minimum risks.
- To create a thinking platform and an environment and infrastructure conducive for innovative idea generation for entrepreneurship development.
- To encourage new and existing start-ups based on boundary breaking and boundary pushing approaches.
- To provide mentorship for start-ups in the arena of science and technology, scaling-up, commerce, economics, marketing and legal especially IPR issues.
- To bring together academics, industry and finance institutions in frequent brainstorming and knowledge dissemination sessions and workshops.
The Kalyani University Incubation Centre shall be a fully equipped unit offering support to student entrepreneurship in terms of infrastructure, provisions of start-up grants via liaison with government institutions, banks and angel investors, different levels of industry tie-ups, single-window IPR enforcements, and all types of technical, technological, industrial, marketing and legal help to the budding entrepreneurs. The infrastructure provisions will include equipped laboratories, and classrooms along with discussion platforms. The Centre shall continuously strive to promote self-employability among students and provide the required support.
Dr. Neera Sen Sarkar
Prof. Partha Sarathi Mukhopadhyay
Prof Asimananda Gangopadhyay
Prof. Anirban Mukhopadhay
Prof. Subhratanu Bhattacharya
Prof. Zaheed Hossain
Prof. Angsuman Bagchi
Prof. Shiladitya Chakraborty
Dr. Partha Pratim Sarkar
Dr. Mahuya Hom Choudhury, J.U, Patent and Trademark Attorney Scientist C & Nodal Officer, Patent Information Centre, WBSCST, DST, West Bengal.
Dr. Bijay Kumar De
Dr. Rana Ghosh
|Shri Anjan Kumar Das
Shri Dipansu Mondal
Dr. Nirmalya Sen
Mr. Ambar Majumder
Dr. Manindranath Bera , Department of Chemistry
Dr. Tapas Majumder, Department of Chemistry
Dr. Sudipta Sarkar, Rural Development Studies
Dr. Tuhin Mukherjee, Department of Business Administration
Dr. Subhankar Kumar Sarkar, Department of Zoology
Dr Arunima Biswas, Department of Zoology
Dr. Prasenjit Sarkhel, Department of Economics