St. Mira's College For Girls, Pune

Autonomous - Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University

Re-accredited by NAAC 'A' Grade (Third Cycle June 2017)

Awarded: Best College-SPPU (2002); , UGC-CPE (2005), UGC-CPE (2010)

Centre for Women Entrepreneurship

Vision & Mission Statement

Vision Statement

CWE aims to create an environment that promotes and stimulates the spirit of entrepreneurship among the students of the College.

Mission Statement

CWE seeks to achieve the spirit of entrepreneurship through educational programs, events, activities and research.



Connecting theory with practice, CWE aim to infuse Entrepreneurial thought and action through curricular and co-curricular activities such as-Talks, Visits, Mira Bazaar, Workshops, Entrepreneurship Awareness Camps, Team Building Activities, Creativity Exercises and many more

Events in 2017-18 & 2018-19

Committee Members

  • Dr. Gulshan Gidwani, Advisor to CWE
  • Dr. (Ms.) Rama Venkatachalam, Co-ordinator, CWE
  • Ms. Abhradita Chatterjee Nahvi, Co-coordinator. CWE

Other Members

  • Ms. Jyoti Chintan
  • Ms. Rajni Singh
  • Ms. Shanthi Fernandes
  • Ms. Deepa Krishnamurthy
  • Ms. Rekha Kankariya
  • Ms. Amrita Basu
  • Ms. Kajal Jaisinghani

Contact Details

Dr .Rama Venkatachalam

Coordinator : CWE, Cubicle No.7, Departmental Cubicles - 2nd floor, St. Mira’s College.

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CWE Activity

Ideation - CWE Activity

Ideas and creativity are the essence of any business in today's times. Based on nurturing young women in the entrepreneurial field, the Centre for Women Entrepreneurship of St. Mira's College organized a poster making competition, 'Ideation', for their students. Mrs. Sabiha Fazalbhoy, the entrepreneurship development guide at the Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies was invited as an evaluator for the competition.

This initiative aimed at encouraging the spark amongst young learners and refining their creative ideas. Various business designs showcased steps towards an improved standard of living for us today. Projects addressing not only environmental needs but also designs of evolved luxurious products were conceptualized and presented. Theplans reflected high professionalism and realism through articulate visual representation on posters.

The entrepreneurship training in form of a competition established its objective of educating students on creating value for commodities and identifying needs in the market. Commendable teamwork and spirit led to brilliant performances by all students, making it tough to select just one winner. This activity provided a framework for strengthening the application process of entrepreneurial ideas and defining a foundation for the girls to build on.