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E-cell MJCET is an abode to the most vibrant minds on campus as it represents a lot more than just entrepreneurship. It represents qualities such as leadership, Sophistication, Dedication and collaboration. This team of Engineering students aims at strengthening the entrepreneur skills in an individual and when it comes to competition, the team strictly follows the rule of leaving no stone unturned.

Every year, the team welcomes amateurs from different branches and bids farewell to the winners who have accomplished something in different fields of work and with excellence on par with them. The emerging team as champions across the nation nearly ever year ever since the inception of this chapter shows our humble interest in peretuality.

The idea that always keeps E-cell going, “We can, We will”.

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The average and median age of company founders when they started their current companies was 40.–The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur

95.1 percent of respondents themselves had earned bachelor’s degrees, and 47 percent had more advanced degrees.–The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur

Less than 1 percent came from extremely rich or extremely poor background.–The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur

15.2% of founders had a sibling that previously started a business.–The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur

69.9 percent of respondents indicated they were married when they launched their first business. An additional 5.2 percent were divorced, separated, or widowed.–The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur

59.7 percent of respondents indicated they had at least one child when they launched their first business, and 43.5 percent had two or more children.–The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur

The majority of the entrepreneurs in the sample were serial entrepreneurs. The average number of businesses launched by respondents was approximately 2.3.–The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur

The majority of the entrepreneurs in the sample were serial entrepreneurs. The average number of businesses launched by respondents was approximately 2.3.–The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur

Only 4.5 percent said the inability to find traditional employment was an important factor in starting a business.–The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurs are usually better educated than their parents.–The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurship doesn’t always run in the family. More than half (51.9 percent) of respondents were the first in their families to launch a business.–The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur

The majority of respondents (75.4 percent) had worked as employees at other companies for more than six years before launching their own companies.–The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur.