Startup week can be organized in the college with the help of various Departments
As per the requirements of MHRD, the IIC organize number of self driven programmes through the Departments
Organizing Idea competitions (business ideas or prototypes) at regular intervals.
The college sets up EDC (Entrepreneurial Development Centre), IEDC (Innovation & Entrepreneurial Development Centre) under the wings of IIC.
The Certificate Course/Value added courses of the College under Holy Cross Academy has to get the approval of IIC Convener in view of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
The IIC can organize a minimum of 4 programmes for students and 2 programmes for faculty of the College, based on Innovation and Entrepreneurship
In consultation with the Head of the Institution, IIC can enter into MOUs with Engineering Colleges, MBA Departments and other key industries to run the startup in an efficient and effective manner.
The IIC members are expected to spend, minimum of 5 hours per week in the development and growth of startups even though they are not Startup Mentors.
The IIC is responsible for preparing and documenting for the ARIIA Ranking of the College along with ARIIA coordinator
The IIC shall convene the meeting every month to discuss about the progress of pre- incubation, incubation and startups
IIC promotes the multidisciplinary campus approach for the students to grow in Innovation and Startups. If required, MOUs can be established between the Departments of the College.
The Institution Innovation Council organizes training to the members of IEDC, EDC and the IIC team and invites the expertise of business people to achieve excellence.
IIC will coordinate with Government departments, other Institutions and agencies to fulfill its objectives.