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Indians as entrepreneurs can turn limitations into opportunities, says Subhash Chandra

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MUMBAI: Be it business or life challenges, learn how to innovate, overcome obstacles and make your business flourish with some help from the expert -- a man of a thousand ideas, Dr. Subhash Chandra.

Fresh episodes of India’s popular youth show, Dr. Subhash Chandra (DSC) Show will go on-air from 6 May. Chandra shared his success mantra with students in Mumbai at Whistling Woods International Institute and Prahlad Kakkar School of Branding & Entrepreneurship (PKSBE) for the next episodes of the show.

Kakkar, Dr. A. Velumani, Founder & Chairman of Thyrocare, Beena Sheth Lashkari, Director, Door Step School, Kaustubh Dhargalkar, Innovation Consultant and Pratish Nair, Director & Co-founder of PKSBE are the eminent guests for these episodes.

With a fresh look and format, India’s popular motivational youth show, Dr. Subhash Chandra (DSC) Show is returning to television screens with new episodes that highlight inspirational stories of people from different backgrounds.

After shooting at New Delhi, the next episodes of the DSC Show were held at Whistling Woods and PKSBE in Mumbai. During these episodes, Dr. Chandra, MP, Rajya Sabha & Chairman, Essel Group & ZEE spoke on topics close to his heart - “MBA versus Entrepreneurs, Job-seeker versus Job-creator” and “How is entrepreneurship in creative industries different? What is required to be a successful media and entertainment entrepreneur in 2017?”

A successful entrepreneur himself, Dr. Subhash Chandra expounded his views on “MBA versus Entrepreneurs; Job-seeker versus Job-creator” saying, “India is a country of entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship runs in our blood since we know how to succeed with limited resources, which is the pre-requisite for running a successful business. This behaviour arises in Indians not out of choice but out of requirement; but that is what successful entrepreneurs do, they turn limitations into opportunities.”

Elaborating further, Dr. Chandra said, “For an economy to flourish and be successful, we need both - Entrepreneurs and MBAs, Job-creators and Job-seekers. Neither is better or worse; each path has its own risks and rewards. However, both are essential parts of the system and it is upto each individual to find his or her calling and to strive for perfection. It is a universal truth that if you aim for excellence, you will be successful in whatever you do.”

Sharing insights and examples from his own experience in the Media and Entertainment industry, Dr. Chandra spoke on “Entrepreneurship in Creative Industries” saying, “The Indian Media & Entertainment (M & E) industry stood at Rs. 1,26,200 crores in 2016 as per the FICCI-KPMG Media and Entertainment Report 2017 and is expected to almost double its current size by the year 2020. We can therefore see that there is much opportunity for growth in this industry. To become a successful entrepreneur in the M & E industry or for that matter in any industry, you need to have a strong product on offer which is unique from any other existing product or you need to cater to an audience that has not been tapped before. By experimenting with new and creative offerings, you can keep the interest alive for your audiences, your employees and yourself.”

Catch the curtain-raiser on 6 May followed by the first episode on 13 May on the following channels of Zee Media:

Name of the Channel

Saturday

Sunday

Zee News

10:00 pm

11:00 am

India 24X7

7:30 pm

10:00 am

Zee Business

7:00 pm

11:00 am

Zee Rajasthan

8:00 pm

12:00 pm

Zee Madhya Pradesh Chhattisgarh

5:00 pm

9:00 am

Zee Haryana Himachal

7:00 pm

10:00 am

24 Ghanta

11:00 pm

11:00 am

Zee Purvaiya

9:00 pm

10:00 am

Zee 24 Taas

1:00 pm

10:30 am

Zee Kalinga

1:30 pm

10:00 am

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