The experiential learning will give fellows 4320 hours of entrepreneurial practice, hands-on training and insights into establishing, running and scaling an enterprise.
The reason for building the programme on the experiential learning framework is
Where will I be placed?
Small or mid-level enterprise
Belongs to one of the four categories: Green/Women/ Collective/Social
Where the fellow can add significant value
Where the CEO/founder is willing to work directly with the fellow
The chosen enterprises will be analysed and evaluated before approval for experiential Learning. The evaluation will be based on the 6C framework.
Change maker
Change Theory
Commodity
Constancy
Control
Community
Enterprise Selection 6c Framework
What will I do there?
The fellows will work directly with the founder in solving five growth challenges, which are identified by the programme team in consultation with the core team of the enterprise where they are placed.
These challenges will be in different domains and will be dealt with by the fellows in increasing levels of complexity.
During this process, they will pick up on entrepreneurial skills, reflective practice, and interact with brilliant minds and mentors of their chosen field.
By coming in direct contact with the founders of social enterprises, they will become part of a network of people who have built India and be privy to knowledge and experiences covering all aspects of life.
In 24 months, TII fellows will not just study but work with 60 entrepreneurs and build 30 enterprises making them able to succeed in the markets. Their work will be structured around solving 5 key challenges that are identified by the programme team, in consultation with the social enterprise.
The complexity of these challenges will increase during the course of the experiential learning.

Enterprise Challenges