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Startup & New Venture Management. Pune: Vishwakarma Publications. June 2014. ISBN   978-93-83572-03-8. OCLC   1023538065.

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Jyoti Gogte
Jyoti Devali-Rao

(1956-05-26) 26 May 1956 (age 67)
Bijapur, Mysore State, India
Jayant Gogte
(m. 1977;died 2020)
Academic background
Alma mater University of Pune (PhD)
Thesis Working Capital Management in the Engineering Industry In and Around Pune (1982)
Doctoral advisorC. G. Vaidya
Notable worksStartup and New Venture Management (2014)
Vice Chairwoman of Jagatik Marathi Chamber of Commerce and Industries
In office
January 2009 December 2009