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Business Module Classes

Business Module Classes

Students from VI to XII are exposed to industrial visits, Guest Lectures, Debates, Symposiums, Mock Parliament etc., to make the students as multifaceted personalities in the corporate world and to groom as successful entrepreneurs in future.

Students from VI to XII are exposed to industrial visits, Guest Lectures, Debates, Symposiums, Mock Parliament etc., to make the students as multifaceted personalities in the corporate world and to groom as successful entrepreneurs in future.

The entrepreneurial spirit is founded on initiative—the willingness to step forward with an idea and take the risk of bringing it to fruition. The changing economic landscape requires entrepreneurs. Students need to learn how to set goals for themselves, plan how they will reach their goals, and enact their plans. Once students feel comfortable with charting their own course, they will readily launch into activity.

In Business module classes we are in the process of making entrepreneurs with our unique system. The students are taken to various industries were students are taught the process of manufacturing ,raw materials , pricing , production methodologies , return on investment , profit , types of machinery etc and people from various sectors conduct guest lectures in the fields of event management , personality development, channels of distribution , courier , stock market , banking etc.

A unique programe of CK school which was introduced by CKR and his motive to do so is to encourage students to become entrepreneurs . Here we would like to quote the words of a british businessman – Mr.Harold S.Geneen “ In the business world, every one is paid in two coins: cash and experience. Take the experience first; the cash will come Later.” So we are giving the experience by taking them to various industries there by creating a platform for success.

The word entrepreneur is synonymous with start-ups, and refers to someone who exercises initiative in a given venture in order to pursue an opportunity. With this in mind, it is important to note that we are all entrepreneurs in something. Key traits to foster in students include a high level of self-reliance and optimism, as well as the motivation to strive for excellence.

In the real world, entrepreneurs need the ability to ‘sell’ their ideas or perhaps even their company one day. Teaching entrepreneurship in schools should include the skill to articulate thoughts clearly and effectively – ‘stakeholder buy-in’ is an important part of running and leading an organisation. Entrepreneurs need to be influencers. They need to be able to lead and have a plan to back up their vision.

Moreover, entrepreneurship education at the basic level becomes relevant for developing reasoning and problem solving skills, transferring knowledge and establishing the basis of entrepreneurship during the stages of life in which good practices are ingrained. The intention is to develop an entrepreneurial spirit gradually, beginning during a child's basic education, and then to strengthen this spirit at higher educational levels.

Moreover, entrepreneurship education at the basic level becomes relevant for developing reasoning and problem solving skills, transferring knowledge and establishing the basis of entrepreneurship during the stages of life in which good practices are ingrained. The intention is to develop an entrepreneurial spirit gradually, beginning during a child's basic education, and then to strengthen this spirit at higher educational levels.