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A LOGO DESIGNING COMPETITION WAS CONDUCTED TO REVEAL THE STRENGTH AND INNATE CAPABILITIES OF GIRLS. THE WONDERFUL LOGOS CREATED BY THEM SHOW THE CREATIVITY AND THEY SPEAK VOLUMES ABOUT OUR PRODUCTS….

 

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GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK – A NEW CHAPTER

 

When I was given the opportunity to organize the exhibition-cum- sales at different public junctions, I was a bit confused. The first day itself wiped out my confusion as my innoscent crew got great motivation from the public. We were crowded with people to whom the crew explained the project in detail. Our mission was to spread the message to a wider public outside the frontiers but to my surprise it profited our business in such a way that we were able to make a profit of Rs. 2700 in three hours which is a lot of money

 I was even more surprised with some specific events in the succeeding days of the week. One such incident happened on the second day , a lady approached us to enquire about our business and got attracted by the work our children were doing.  She wanted to buy a napery but didn’t have money with her on cash; it was time for us to wind up. But she asked us to wait for ten minutes, meanwhile she went to the nearby ATM, took the money came back and purchased the napery. We were overwhelmed by this response and it encouraged us to go ahead. I was indeed happy when a home maker from the public came forward to be a part of our business, but after knowing about her intentions of making a huge profit with our business we turned her down because the mission of our community cell is to train the underprivileged women to make them earn for their bread and butter.

All these experiences enriched our learning and I saw a great change in the very look of the crew. They are now able to speak more confidently, sell their products very well , speak about what they are doing and even training the people spontaneously. This added market to our product. Now that the whole vicinity talks about our work. Thank you BUSINESS ENTERPRISE CHALLENGE for giving this great opportunity.

 

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SANJAY CHANDEKAR

Entrepreneurship week – day 2 and day 3

Success is NOT an overnight thing. Perseverance, vision, commitment and flexibility are commonalities  we see in successful people today. All of them have sought wisdom and knowledge and share theirs with others to pay it forward.

Embarking on communication with others and maintaining healthy communication are  the real challenges in making a successful business.Our second and third day of the ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK was dedicated to connect with the women of the immediate community and other schools. We arranged a training session for the women in our school premises on making napery.

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Our purpose was fruitful because many showed interest in learning our new product. Besides we  visited two of our neighbouring schools to spread the message of entrepreneurship programs and to train them on making incense sticks and  napery.

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It was a great experience for us that we realised real happiness lies in sharing our knowledge with others and space them in our journey towards the vision of  establishing a global nation which is self-sufficient in its true sense.

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The axiom is so true:  my wisdom and experience only has value if I share it to benefit others!

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Social entrepreneurs are not content just to give a fish or teach how to fish. They will not rest until they have revolutionized the fishing industry. As a part of the ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK EVENTS the INNOSCENT SALES TEAM set up an open exhibition-cum-sales event at various public junctions to spread the message of inculcating business skills in children to make them self-sufficient. The first day of the drive itself was a grand success that they could spread the message to a huge crowd and make a profit of Rs.2500 in three hours. Great work !!!!!319939686 (1)

CHALLENGE IS REALLY CHALLENGING

 

RUTVEE PATIL OF STD VIII ENDEAVOURED A SOLO

SALES CAMPAIGN OF NAPERY AND SET A RECORD

SALES HISTORY BY SELLING

19 NAPERIES….GREAT WORK!!!!!

YOU CAN, YOU SHOULD,

IF YOU ARE BRAVE ENOUGH TO START,

YOU WILL.

THIS QUALITY MAKES RUTVEE SPECIAL.

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BEST WAY TO SELL SOMETHING IS NOT TO SELL ANYTHING.

IT IS TO EARN THE AWARENESS,

RESPECT AND TRUST OF THOSE WHO MIGHT BUY.

THIS IS OUR SUCCESS MANTRA…

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IF YOU DO BUILD A GREAT EXPERIENCE ,

CUSTOMERS TELL EACH OTHER ABOUT THAT.

WORD OF MOUTH IS VERY POWERFUL……


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CHALLENGES CREATE CHANGES, CHANGES CREATE LEADERS…

 

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STRETCH YOUR GOALS AND GOALS WILL STRETCH YOU….

 

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KEEP LEARNING FOR KEEP WINNING  ….

FOR US EACH DAY IS A NEW LEARNING  WITH

 NEW THOUGHTS,NEW IDEAS, NEW PRODUCTS,

NEW TECHNIQUES  BECAUSE WE ARE NOT

AFRAID OF FAILURES……

 FOR EVERY TIME WE FAIL WE LEARN SOMETHING NEW…

MY REMINISCENCES OF THE ENTERPRISE

It sounded as a fairy  tale when I first heard that we had to do business around two years back.” What business do we do??” I exclaimed to my class teacher. Astounded along with my friends, I came to know regarding the BUSINESS ENTERPRISE CHALLENGE. I was further told by my teacher that we had to make paper pens and we had to sell it. CHILDREN RUNNING BUSINESS- that too – PAPER PENS, ”Pens made out of paper?!Are we not crazy???”- these words were about to jump out of my mouth. But I thought that it was better to be silent and further hear the fairy tale.  (!!!)

Going to the computer class near my classroom, I was amazed to see my teacher making paper pens. I thought it as an unwanted work at first but I consoled my mind telling that I would have to do it. From that day onwards I along with my friends spent half of the day making paper pens. My duty was to roll the refills with paper tightly. My fingers would pain a lot while rolling the paper pens… My fingers would get sticky too, while applying the gum. But when I got exposed to the work day by day, I started finding the work assigned very interesting. I found myself keen in making paper pens. I was happy that I got a wonderful chance to know the different aspects of business (as well as a chance to bunk classes and lectures that used to be boring at times!).

 

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We missed many of the P.T lectures but I concluded “we can enjoy the P.T lectures at any time. But works like this may not come always.” We made a huge lot of paper pens , sold them and accrued capital for our real business incense sticks.

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Initially, I didn’t find making incense sticks as enjoyable as making paper pens. I considered it as a substandard job. But then I realized I was absolutely wrong. Incense sticks are and will be an inevitable part of Indian rituals. From the Magi’s gift to infant Jesus till the verandah of each and every home, incense sticks are of due purpose.

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I was not a part of the production work of incense sticks but I was a part of the promotion team. I along with my friends made posters for the incense sticks. We gave it a sweet name  INNOCENT INCENSE STICKS. Really the name was suitable for our hand-made incense sticks.

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Thus, thinking greatly about our work, I was hit with good news that our school was going to start its own blog! I was overjoyed that my school had placed its legs in the next level. The teacher asked us to submit articles and other written works so that it could be displayed in the blog. I wrote a poem on incense sticks. After some days, when I visited the blog, I was thrilled to see that our poems and articles received the best platform amidst others. Our success didn’t end here. We won the first prize for our blog!

In a short while, we made up Rs. 20,000 profit by selling our incense sticks! Soon we bought an incense making machine so that we could make incense sticks at a faster pace and with the idea that we would teach the community how to make incense sticks. The main objective was to train women from the immediate community to make incense sticks and would become self-reliant, thereby they would lend a helping hand in the management of their families.

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Finally the d-day came when our hard work got its recognition that we were the winners of the People’s prize.

We were so happy that our happiness knew no bounds. I now can clearly say at this moment that my school is the only school which imparts knowledge in the form of learning as well as in the form of opportunities especially to each and every individual child. MY SCHOOL MAY BE SMALL IF SEEN ON THE BASIS OF BRICKS AND WALLS; BUT IT’S VAST LIKE THE MIGHTY SEA AND THE INFINITE SKY IN GIVING OPPORTUNITIES TO EACH AND EVERYONE EQUALLY. Small opportunities are the beginning of great ENTERPRISES as told by Demosthenes, the small opportunities provided by the school facilitate us in building up big ENTERPRISES in our life.

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Further to add golden tinge to our success our Principal got a chance to visit Paraguay and spread the beautiful aroma of our incense and our paper pens.

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Even now when I see the People’s prize kept untouched in the shelf near my Principal’s desk, I can visualize how unitedly we worked for making paper pens and incense sticks, how proudly we sold it and how happy I feel reliving the past by writing this article .If anyone ever ask me in what way has this business enterprise benefitted you, and then I will tell that it has offered me the sense to look life with a new outlook and has gifted me with multiple skills…

Now through the windows of my classroom, when I see my juniors making incense sticks and napery , somewhere in my mind I  have a  lost feeling no not lost !!!! To put it in a finer sense I feel some sort of “TROUBLED PLEASURE……”, because I am no longer a part of our enterprise….

 RANSOM ROCHE

  STD IX