Essential part of start-up is the mentoring process. A mentor is someone who accepts the responsibility of guiding a mentee on aspects of business, or life, that the mentor may have a longer experience on. … Timely and proper guidance by mentor on product and allied areas like development of business plan, building team, raising funds and market linkage is essential. Start-ups in the incubation centre from all categories including the students, faculty, Alumni of the University grass root start-ups and spinoffs would be eligible for mentoring support. Incubates should be willing to agree to the terms and conditions as specified by the incubation centre.
Incubation, innovation centre shall provide mentors chosen with expertise in domain and business that would include CEO’s, Promoters, senior management team members of industry, mid level executives, start-up specialists and operational experts from industry.