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Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

About the Program

This is an introductory level course to give a broad overview of the topic with some activities to practice and start to build these skills. It will touch upon the meaning and relevance of creativity and innovation and how one can be creative and innovative. The course would help the students to understand what is entrepreneurship and why is it important and relevant in today’s context. It would introduce the entrepreneurial mindset and approach and highlight the usefulness of the same, and provide a path to build this skill. The students will get to learn about inspiring entrepreneurial ventures and get a chance to come up with their own ideas to pursue further.

Course Objectives

  • Introduction to Creativity and Innovation       
  • To understand the concept of Entrepreneurship
  • To understand concept of Entrepreneurial Mindset and Introduction to Effectuation          
  • Introduction to Ideation for Entrepreneurship
  • Introduction to Lean Startup Approach


Prof. Love Sarin

Associate Professor - Entrepreneurship
Department of Finance

Prof. Love Sarin is an Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship, and he received his Doctorate Degree and Sc.M in Chemical Engineering from Brown University, USA, and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay.

Prof. Sarin has over twelve years of work experience in both industry and academia. He was associated with the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Reliance Industries, and Banyan Environmental.

He uses his extensive experience in technological-commercial development and organizational development to mentor aspiring entrepreneurs and structure the growth of their start-ups. He is an expert in the customer development and discovery processes and is frequently invited by entrepreneurial courses, programs, and incubators to give invited talks on various topics and serve as a jury member on their committees. He also advises on the structuring and management of entrepreneurship curricula and programs to create meaningful impact. During his doctoral studies, he invented novel selenium formulations using nanotechnology for biomedical and environmental applications. He spun out a cleantech venture in the USA based on his innovative research work at Brown.