Evaluation of Entrepreneurship Development Training Program of Bangladesh Small & Cottage Industries Corporation: A Study on 3-Days Long Workshop on Entrepreneurial Development Arranged by BSCIC, Sylhet District

Abu Syeed Muhammed Abdullah ., Abdul Latif .

Abstract


For the success of the economy of a country in the long run, new entrepreneurial development throughout the country is essential. Not only should the development of existing entrepreneurship but also emerging potential in that sector be patronized.  The country itself can take initiatives required to the development of entrepreneurial environment to evolve the salient talent prevailing throughout the country.  The development of such kind may undergo through different training and development programs for new comer as well as existing entrepreneur in that filed, nourishing the existing entrepreneur, and supporting the arena by means of fulfilling all the essential requirements. This study mainly focuses on the effectiveness of a training program developed with a view to bringing some potential talent into the entrepreneurial arena which was arranged by BSCIC, Sylhet district. This study tries to discover that after the offering of training program, whether the potential entrepreneurs have been motivated or not. The total number of participants in the training program was 152 among which randomly selected 37 participants filled up the questionnaire and the data found from the filled up questionnaire reveals the most important components required for the evaluation of the effectiveness. The study also browsed over the study materials and evaluated the content discussed and taught in the training program. For a meaningful evaluation, the study also measures the quality of the resource persons delivered their valuable speech in that connection. Overall, the study finally gives a real outlook of the effectiveness of the training program.


Keywords


Entrepreneurship, Training Program, Effectiveness, BSCIC, Evaluation.

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