Activities » RUDSETI
RUDSET institute is an institutional framework to promote Rural Development. Its objective is to facilitate self-employment through developing self-confidence among the youth, build up capital in rural India through better utilisation of resources and transfer of appropriate technology.

Genesis:
SyndicateBank and Canara Bank, the two progressive banks took the initiative in mitigating the unemployment problem under the leadership of Padmabhushana Dr. D. Veerendra Heggade, a great visionary and a religious head of a famous pilgrim centre at Dharmasthala in Karnataka. The collective thinking gave concrete shape in providing an institutional framework in the form of RUDSETI in 1982 at Ujire, a small village in Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka. RUDSETI has now established 27 units in India. Seven such units are in Karnataka viz; Ujire, Dharwad, Brahmavar, Chitradurga, Mysore, Bijapur and Bangalore.

Encouraged by the success of Ujire experiment, Ministry of Rural Development, Govt. of India has advised the banks to set up one such institute in all Districts by the Lead Banks of the respective districts. The GOI is providing a fund support of Rs. 1.00 crore for each institute for building infrastructure. The State Government has been providing required land for the institute at free of cost/at reasonable cost. 

There are totally 33 training institutes  in the state [ list of institutes is provided here below]

Philosophy of RUDSETI:
The entrepreneurization of rural youth has to take place by stimulating their psyche followed by bringing technology, training and credit within their reach, thereby developing self-confidence.

In the context of employment generation the three terms i.e. income generation, self-employment and entrepreneurship are often cited. In rural areas one has to work in all the three categories since they are interdependent.

Entrepreneurship development can take place in short duration intervention. It does not begin from ‘Zero’ level. Generally young people have gained some experience in life. This experience serves as a launching pad for accelerated learning. It is therefore possible to train young people in a short period of 1 to 4 weeks to enhance and enlarge behavioural dimensions such as increased awareness, understanding, knowledge, skill and formation of positive attitude.

The training can be effective if it is residential. Campus approach helps the participants to shape their attitude and personalities. The duration of learning is stretched beyond structured hours in this approach.

RUDSETI Approach in Developing Entrepreneurs:
  • A carefully designed selection process to identify and select only interested and potential youths taking into account their interest and aptitude.
  • Suitably designed programme schedules keeping in view the absorption level and future requirements of the candidate.
  • Use of experiential learning, group discussion, and field level experience and participation methods to impart training.
  • Use of market survey, interface with entrepreneurs and other techniques to acquaint trainee with field level situation.
  • Provision for technical training wherever needed.
  • Close and systematic follow-up and monitoring system after the training so as to provide post training counselling, support and liaison services.

Keeping in view the fact that most of the unemployed youths are from poor/middle class rural families, who are already burdened financially, entire training is provided free of cost including free boarding and lodging.

Training Programmes:

  • The Institute conducts programmes for the first generation entrepreneurs. These programmes are of short duration, ranging from 1 to 8 weeks under four broad categories viz;
    • Agricultural Entrepreneurship Development Programmes like - Dairy, poultry, sustainable agriculture, bee keeping etc.
    • Product EDP's like Dress designing, Aagarabathi making etc.
    • Process EDP's like servicing/ repairs of Electrical/Electronic Equipment, Pumpset Repairs, Photography etc.
    • General ED programmes for establishing and managing general business enterprises.
  • RUDSET Institutes conduct Entrepreneurship Awareness Programmes to sensitise the youth towards self-employment as an alternative career in collaboration with colleges, volunteer organisations, banks, etc.
  • Apart from training programmes for the first generation entrepreneurs, RUDSET Institutes are conducting skill up-gradation/growth training programmes for established entrepreneurs.
  • RUDSET Institutes also provides training to bank officials, in rural development activities to facilitate identification of potential rural entrepreneurs and credit appraisal. RUDSETI conducted 'Personality Development Programmes' for the elected representatives and Government officials to enhance the delivery mechanism of welfare schemes of the Government.
  • Village level workers of several voluntary organisations/commercial organisations working for rural development, social animators and Self-Help Group organisers were also trained by RUDSET Institutes to act as change agents.

Each unit of RUDSETI has a Local Advisory Committee (LAC) with representatives of sponsor organizations, Government Officials and eminent personalities.Presently,CEO,Z.P. is the Chairman of LAC. It periodically reviews and assists the progress of RUDSETI. An Officer on deputation, with experience in development banking sponsor banks manages each RUDSETI units.

Post Training Follow-up:
The cutting edge of RUDSETI training is the post training follow-up to sustain the motivation level and overcome teething problems of new entrepreneurs. It co-ordinates with other agencies influencing the setting up of self-employment ventures viz. Banks, Government Departments, etc. Banks have supported in a big way by financing the trainees to establish their ventures. Business counselling and project consultancy services are provided on an ongoing basis, besides networking for business development.

 

Sl.No Name & Address of the Institute District /s covering  Sponsor Banks / Institutes 
 1 The Director
RUDSET Institute
Siddavana
UJIRE 574 240
Tq. Belthangady, Dist: Dakshina Kannada
Dakshina Kannada, Hassan, Chickmagalur & Coorg Districts Syndicate Bank,
Canara Bank and
Sri Kshethra  Dharmasthala
Education Trust
 2 The Director
RUDSET Institute
Gandhinagar
DHARWAD 580 004
Dharwad, Haveri, Gadag, Belgaum, Raichur & Koppal Districts Syndicate Bank,
Canara Bank and
Sri Kshethra Dharmasthala
Education Trust
 3

The Director
RUDSET Institute
No.52, Heroor
Brahmavara,
UDUPI - 576 213

Udupi, Shimoga &
Uttara Kannada Districts
Syndicate Bank,
Canara Bank and
Sri Kshethra Dharmasthala
Education Trust
 4 The Director
RUDSET Institute
Banashankari Layout, Behind KHB Colony
Near NH-4, Kelagote
CHITRADURGA 577 501
Chitradurga, davanagere, bellary
And parts of tumkur
Syndicate Bank,
Canara Bank and
Sri Kshethra Dharmasthala
Education Trust
 5 The Director
RUDSET Institute
Main Road
Hinkal
MYSORE - 570 017
Mysore, Mandya &
Chamaraja Nagar Districts
Syndicate Bank,
Canara Bank and
Sri Kshethra Dharmasthala
Education Trust
 6 The Director
RUDSET Institute
Raghavendra Colony
BIJAPUR 586 101
Bijapur, Bagalakot, Gulbarga & Bidar Districts

Syndicate Bank,
Canara Bank and
Sri Kshethra Dharmasthala
Education Trust

 7 The Director
RUDSET Institute
Arasinakunte
Nelamangala
BANGALORE RURAL 562 123
Bangalore Rural & Urban Districts & Parts of Tumkur District Syndicate Bank,
Canara Bank and
Sri Kshethra Dharmasthala
Education Trust
8 The Director
Syndicate Institute of Rural Entrepreneurship Development
I Floor, SyndicateBank Branch
MANIPAL - 576 104
Udupi Syndicate Bank
9  The Director
Syndicate Institute of Rural Entrepreneurship Development
Raghunath Bhavan, 1st Floor
N.H.17
KUMTA - 581 343
Uttara kannada Syndicate Bank
10 The Director
Syndicate Institute of Rural Entrepreneurship Development
2nd Floor, SyndicateBank
Maruthi Galli
BELGAUM 590 008
Belgaum Syndicate Bank
11 The Director
Syndicate Institute of Rural Entrepreneurship Development
DIC Compound
Hospet Road
BELLARY - 583 102
Bellary Syndicate Bank
12 The Director
COPSETI
Opp.Zilla Panchayat
Kadur Road
CHICKMAGALUR 577 101
Chickmagalur Corporation Bank
13 The Director
MyBank Institute for Promotion of Self Employment & Development
Hirehalli Industrial Area
TUMKUR 572 168
Tumkur State Bank of Mysore
14 The Director
Vijaya Bank Self Employment Training
Karasawadi Road
Hosahalli
MANDYA 571 401
Mandya Vijaya Bank
15 The Director
Vijaya Bank Self Employment Training
Neelanagonda Complex
P.B.Road
HAVERI - 581 110
Haveri Vijaya Bank
 16 The Director
JSS RUDSETI
Mariyala
CHAMARAJANAGAR 571 313
Chamarajanagar State Bank of Mysore
 17 The Director
Gadag Institute for Self Employment & Rural Development
KVK Campus
HULKOTI
GADAG DIST.
Gadag State Bank of India
 18 The Director
Canara Bank Self Employment Training Institute for Rural Women
HAROHALLI 562 112
Kanakapura Tq. RAMANAGAR DIST.
Ramanagar Canara Bank
19 The Director
Canara Bank Self Employment Training Institute for Rural Industries
HONNENAHALLI 563 101
Tamaka Post
KOLAR DIST
Kolar Canara Bank
20 The Director
Canara Bank Sponsored A.D.Pai Institute for Rural Dev.
Manchanayakanahlli post
Vajarahalli
Bidadi
Ramanagara Canara Bank
21 The Director
Canara Bank Institute for Self Employment
HOLALUR 577 216
Honnali Road
SHIMOGA DIST
Shimoga Canara Bank
22 The Director
Canara Bank Training Institute for Micro Finance
SONNAHALLIPURA 562 114
Hesigala Post, Hoskote Tq.
BANGALORE RURAL
Bangalore rural Canara Bank
23 The Director
Canara Bank Rural Self Employment Training Institute
Zilla Panchayat Building
Lokikere Road,
DAVANAGERE – 577 002
Davanagere Canara Bank
24 The Director
Canara Bank Rural Self Employment Training Institute
Site No.208/209, Sri Vinayaka Complex
Hoysalanagar, Police Colony
Ganapathi Temple Road, HASSAN
Hassan Canara Bank
25 The Director
Canara Bank Rural Self Employment Training Institute
“Samarthya Soudha”, BDO Qarters
Vasasandra Extn, B B Road
CHIKKABALLAPUR – 562 101
Chikkaballapura Canara Bank
 26 The Director
BVV's INGVysya RUDSET Institute
Vidyagiri, Navanagar, BAGALKOTE 587 102
Bagalkot ING-Vysya Bank &
Sri. Basaveshwara Veerashaiva Vidyavardhak Sangha, Bagalkot
 27 The Director
Sahakara Rural Development Academy [SAHARDA]
Naubag
Udgir Road
BIDAR
Bidar Bidar DCC Bank
 28 The Director
Krishna Institute for Training in Self Employment
& Rural Development[KITSERD]
Santraswadi, Darga Road
GULBARGA
Gulbarga State Bank of India
 29 The Director
Rural Institute of Self Employment Training [RISET]
DIC Compound
Hyderabad Road
RAICHUR
Raichur State Bank of Hyderabad
30 The Director
Rural Institute of Self Employment Training [RISET]
DIC Compound
Ashok Circle
KOPPAL
Koppal State Bank of Hyderabad
 31 The Director
Deshpande RUDSET Institute
Udyog Vidyanagar
Dandeli Road
HALIYAL – 581 329
UTTARA KANNADA
Uttara kannada Deshpande Rural Development Trust, Haliyal.
 32 The Director
Corporation Bank Self Employment
Training Institute (COBSETI)
C/o Lead Bank Office
College Road
MADIKERI
Madikeri Corporation Bank
 33

The Director

Bhima Institute  for Training in SelfEmployment and Rural Development

C/o Lead Bank Office.

Station Road, Yadgir,

Yadgir District

Yadgir StateBank Of India
  • MODULE - I: INFORMATION COURSE MODULE FOR GENERAL EDPs 1. To create awareness about support systems and process of setting an enterprise.
    2. Increase confidence level of trainees.
    3. Increasing information seeking competency.
    (However in the initial stages, trainers may focus only on first two objectives)
  • MODULE -II: CURRICULUM OF BEHAVIOURAL INPUTS
    1. Awareness Regarding Entrepreneurial Competencies
    2. Self Assessment
    3. Goal - Setting Behaviour
    4. Systematic Planning
    5. Persuasion and Use of Influence Strategies
    6. Problem Solving
    7. Efficiency Orientation and Innovation
    8. Information Seeking (Support System)
    9. Initiative / Persistence
  • MODULE -III: BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY GUIDANCE
    1. To facilitate Business Opportunity identification
    2. Developing skill in B.O. identification
    3. Developing self confidence
    4. To illustrate relevant entrepreneurial competencies.
  • MODULE -IV: MARKET SURVEY
    1. To facilitate and finalising business opportunity
    2. To collect information those are required for preparing project report
    3. To gather market data or to understand market forces
    4. To illustrate and develop enterprise competencies
  • MODULE - V: BUSINESS PLAN PREPARATION
    1. To facilitate Business Plan preparation
    2. To equip the Entrepreneur with the skills of preparing Business Plan
    3. To understand resources - requirements and obstacles in setting up of an enterprise
    4. Inputs to action plan
    5. To increase confidence level
    6. Reinforce entrepreneurial competencies
    7. Start implementation process
  • MODULE - VI: MANAGEMENT & OTHER INPUTS
    1. To develop an understanding of intricacies involved in managing an enterprise
    2. Help the entrepreneur to understand the complex interdependency among various facets of management
    3. Equip the entrepreneurs with things encountered with day to day running of business
    4. Competencies reinforcement
  • ACCOUNTS
    To enable trainees to keep track of enterprise through proper accountancy and cash management.
  • OTHER ASPECTS
    1. Labour: How to get best out of labours- incentives - remuneration package – motivation;
    2. Statutory Aspects: Clearances - permissions
    3. Production& inventory management
    • How much to produce daily/weekly?
    •  How much to sell daily/weekly?
    •  How much to hold as stock?  

                     4. Action plan & Implementation

COURSE MODULE FOR PRODUCT EDPs

  • MODULE -I BEHAVIOURAL ASPECTS
    • Interpersonal Support: Micro lab -Residential trainees, Warm trainer - trainee & interpersonal relations
    •  Entrepreneurial Competencies: Experience sharing, case studies, Elicit information
    •  SELF STUDY - Analysis of personal and social values to succeed in entrepreneurial career.
    •  Goal Setting: Ring toss exercise- Challenging goals- Goals with relations to resources and constraints.
    • Systematic Planning: Boat Making Exercise- systematic and logical approach to accomplish goals- Doing things differently- learning by own and others experience
    • Persuasion And Influence Strategies :Role play- real life situations-
    • Problem Solving: Case studies and nine dot exercise. Looking for causes and merely symptoms- crossing self assumed boundaries
    • Efficiency Orientation And Innovation: Value analysis of products/ process- Cost effective alternate methods- Innovation to create new market segments
    • Initiative / Persistence: Card playing
    • Information Seeking: Real life situation- More and more information at every stage

      METHODS 
      Simulation Exercises - Business Games - Group Discussions- real life situations- Role play-    Case studies
  • MODULE - II PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES
    Production techniques as detailed in schedule of sessions
    METHODS
    Lectures cum discussion - Demonstrations - Hands on experience - Field Visits - Interviews - Discussions.
  • MODULE - III ENTERPRISE LAUNCHING
    Business Opportunity Guidance (BOG) - Market Survey Methods - Selection of products-Launching requirements - Support Institutions - Business Plan - Sourcing - Money Matters - unit location - plant/factory layout
    METHODS
    Lectures cum discussion - Role plays - Hands on experience - Field Visits - Interviews - Discussions - Simulation exercises - Role plays.
  • MODULE - IV MANAGEMENT SKILLS
    Small business Management - Resource Inventory - Marketing Management -Accounts and Book Keeping -Financial management- working capital- others factors of production - break even analysis-Return on investment- Business laws - Taxation laws - Quality control - Developing business contacts - Enterprise sustenance, growth and diversification- Common pit falls.
    METHODS
    Simulation exercises-Lectures cum discussion-Role plays-Demonstrations - Hands on experience - Field Visits - Interviews - Discussions -Case studies.

COURSE MODULE FOR PROCESS EDPs

  •  MODULE -I BEHAVIOURAL ASPECTS
    • Interpersonal Support: Micro lab -Residential trainees, Warm trainer - trainee & interpersonal relations
    • Entrepreneurial Competencies: Experience sharing, case studies, Elicit information
    • SELF STUDY - Analysis of personal and social values to succeed in entrepreneurial career.
    • Goal Setting: Ring toss exercise- Challenging goals- Goals with relations to resources and constraints.
    •  Systematic Planning: Boat Making Exercise- systematic and logical approach to accomplish goals- Doing things differently- learning by own and others experience
    • Persuasion And Influence Strategies :Role play- real life situations-
    • Problem Solving: Case studies and nine dot exercise. Looking for causes and merely symptoms- crossing self assumed boundaries
    • Efficiency Orientation And Innovation: Value analysis of products/ process- Cost effective alternate methods-Innovation to create new market segments
    • Initiative / Persistence: Card playing
    • Information Seeking: Real life situation- More and more information at every stage
      METHODS
      Simulation Exercises - Business Games - Group Discussions- real life situations- Role play- Case studies
  • MODULE – II SKILL ACQUISITION
    Skill training as detailed in schedule of sessions
    METHODS
    Lectures cum discussion - Demonstrations - Hands on experience - Field Visits - Interviews - Discussions.
  • MODULE - III ENTERPRISE LAUNCHING
    Business Opportunity Guidance (BOG) - Market Survey Methods - Launching requirements - Support Institutions - Business Plan - Souring - Money Matters - unit location - shop layout
    METHODS
    Lectures cum discussion - Role plays - Hands on experience - Field Visits - Interviews - Discussions - Simulation exercises - Role plays.
  • MODULE – IV MANAGEMENT SKILLS
    Small Business Management - Resource Inventory - Marketing Management -Accounts and Book Keeping -Financial management working capital - others factors of production - Business laws - Taxation laws - Quality control - Developing business contacts - Enterprise sustenance, growth and diversification - Common pit falls.
    METHODS
    Simulation exercises-Lectures cum discussion-Role plays-Demonstrations - Hands on experience - Field Visits - Interviews - Discussions -Case studies.

 

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