Dissemination India Event
In the last two weeks, we take part in a huge Dissemination event in India. The meeting was the ' 13 entrepreneurship bianaal in EDII entrepreneurship development institute India' and it happened in 20-22-February- 2019
We have very interesting meetings in more than 15 institutions; teachers' lectures and project entrepreneurs in our dissemination event in India. Our event includes two sessions and a very interesting visit in their project's incubator.
The first session was on the first day on the start of the day immediately after the main session, there more than 80 people from lot of Asian, Indian, African and European institution in our session. In this session we present three presentations:
We started with SILICE vision and the outcomes. The explanation includes the four models teachers and managers training, what is a SinnoLAB and some examples for the SinnLAB's working in the different institutions and some examples of project from the Indians and Israelis SinnoLB's. The second part of the presentation show the new Electronic Platform proposal and how we developed and explore some kinds of issues and subjects to ta International Center. All of this will be part of the project outcomes.
Dr. Rakesh Himte LTJSS India present about their activities in the campus with student and stakeholders and present some of the project.
Rajiv send his presentation Demian and Rajive Yashori DMI India gave their presentation and some examples for students projects from KIIT.
In the second day, Dr. Ofra Valter from Tel-Hai Israel and Dr. Surekha Routray From KIIT India give their presentation about their work in the SinnLAB's. their explanation includes some of the new methods and pedagogic skills they include in their work with students and with groups from the community around the campus. Surekha talked about the Female entrepreneurship group, their motivation and the influence of the training on their motivation and self efficacy. At the end of the presentation there was some question of the long term process and the way to find money to start the project. After the session is close we have some meetings with people how to have interest to enjoy our electronic platform.
At the end of the session there some questions and we ask people to take part and enjoy from SILICE electronic platform and all the materials that we will have. Till now we have eleven new institutions how to ask as to join the Platform. and enjoy the outcomes of the project and SILICE experience. We are welcome our new partners and interest institution how are ask as to use SILICE electronic platform and enjoy our outcomes.
It was a successful dissemination to the project.
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Mr. James B. Fennell, Cultural Affairs Officer, United States Consulate General, Mumbai; Ms. Tasneem Kalsekar, Senior Cultural Affairs Advisor Programs and Exchanges, United States Consulate General, Mumbai, visited Social Innovation Lab (SinnoLab) and ThinkLab had met at the International Centre, SPPU on Thursday, July 19th 2018 at 2:30 p.m. They had interacted with the Department of Defence and Strategic Studies (DDSS) faculty, staff and students for developing Security Studies Program with the United States strategic and security experts. The Department of Defence & Strategic Studies (DDSS). SPPU is very keen on launching the program with financial help from U.S. Consulate, Mumbai.
SIT (Systematic Inventive Thinking)
Date: Oct. 23. 2018
Inventive thinking is a method designed to maximize the results of actions that we use through intellectual innovation that will enable the use of existing resources for improvement and renewal. This method is meant to improve and refreshing work strategies and to maximize and renew available structures.
21 faculty and staff members had participated in the event