Entrepreneurship Development Cell & Center for Advanced Training & Continueing Education


Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC), MSRIT, is a platform for MSRIT students which is dedicated to the development of multidimensional skills. EDC serves as a forum to bring together the heterogeneous culture of students from various disciplines.

EDC invites various eminent entrepreneurs to deliver lectures in order to educate students about the joys and hardships of entrepreneurship. Guest lectures, workshops, case studies and group discussions are conducted throughout the year to involve students in activities that are essential to be an entrepreneur.

ED-Cell also actively incubates start-up ideas by creating the required ecosystem to be an entrepreneur.


CATCE is an abstract view of the Finishing School Concept of AICTE. Under this banner not only is the training related to leadership & entrepreneurship provided, but it also focuses on the training required for MSRIT students related to their academic and industry requirement. The main objective is to enable students to be involved in lifelong learning (Continuing Education).


To spread the spirit of leadership, entrepreneurship / intrapreneurship, to nurture and encourage the expression of fresh, creative and innovative ideas and channelize the best of these to actual implementation through project-based learning system with product development as an outcome using interdisciplinary areas for the betterment of society.


To spread the spirit and culture of entrepreneurship / intrapreneurship and leadership through project based learning system.

Build an inquisitive spirit and instil a sense of pride among the students and staff when they experience a complete software project / product development life-cycle and produce projects / products that can be actually put to use.

Proposed Industrial Research, Consultancy and Service Center (IRCSC-MSRIT) A section 25 company of MSRIT, Bangalore – 54



http://www.msrit.edu:8080/edc/ idearise.jsp


Dr. C.S. Chethan Kumar

Associate Professor

IEM Department

EDC-CATCE coordinator