Posted by step
August - 5 - 2016

A Technology Based EDP primarily focuses on training and development need of S&T entrepreneurs in a specific technology area (for example, Leather, Plastic, Electronics & Communication, Fragrance & Flavour, Instrumentation, Sports Goods, Bio-technology, IT Computer Hardware, Food Processing, Bio-medical Equipment, Glass & Ceramics, Jute Products, Sustainable Building Materials, Herbs & Medical Plants Processing, etc.). The participants are provided with hands-on training in indigenous technologies developed by R&D institutions that are available for commercial exploitation.
In each TEDP, 20-25 persons, having a degree/diploma in S&T are trained through a structured training programme of about 6 weeks duration. The TEDP provides class room training on motivational management areas besides actual hands-on training in the specific technology areas by technology providers.

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STEP provides working space in the form of “Nursery” Sheds, with 24 hours Quality Power, Internet Connection, Water, Utilities and other facilities of production, consisting of conventional machines and support services to the budding entrepreneurs. These \'Nursery\' Sheds are today humming with activity and the entrepreneurs are producing a variety of High – Tech products. They have established themselves well in their own ventures, by utilizing the in-house facilities provided by the STEP and some of them have already moved out as full fledged entrepreneurs.

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