The economic power of entrepreneurial activity is globally accepted over the period of time. Argument continues on the issue whether entrepreneurs are born or they can be made also. Although different studies reveal that the entrepreneurial skills can be developed and improved, the statistical facts and figures of several other research works divulge that the prevailing entrepreneurial education and training programmes are virtually failing to achieve the desired goal as far as producing quality entrepreneurs in good numbers is concerned, especially in the emerging economies like India. Against this backdrop, the present paper advocates a model for implementation of Entrepreneurial Management Education in the north-east India through two course curriculums: one, a 32-Credits-based PG Programme, may be called as ‘Major’, and the other may be called as ‘Minor’, a 16-Credits-based Diploma Programme. The Major programme is designed for the development of Entrepreneurs, and the Minor programme is designed for the development of Intrapreneurs. This model of Entrepreneurial Management Education can easily be replicated for rest of the country in particular and the other parts of the globe in general through tailor-made approach.

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