Framework on the Innovative Education System for Entrepreneurship
Education is the comprehensive activity in which we come to know ourselves and the world around us. The education system change is a huge issue in any country as of their multi-level education concerns. Since the technology lead our way of behavior change even to our thinking of life are gradually move in adoption new tool assistance for education. Therefore, a great deal of activity in what might be broadly termed the field of enterprise and entrepreneurship education in schools and colleges are important. This study presents the concepts for innovative education system (IES) and enterprising characteristics for fitting the requirement of high-tech enterprise activities. The framework is built to link each causal-factor for structure study and tasks involvement which gives the ideas of forming an IES to be worked and usefulness.
KeywordsInnovation management Innovative education system (IES) Entrepreneurship
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