The initial round of YIC 2016 was flagged off in August. City/Regional rounds will be held in September followed by the finale in October. The winners will be awarded prizes worth Rs.10 lakhs including mentorship, learning and business.
Piyush Gupta, President, Kestone, said, “With government facilitating initiatives like the Start Up India, through YIC, we intend to prepare our students with the necessary skills and spirit enabling them to realise their dream at an early stage. We are proud to bring forth an initiative to showcase the abilities and talent of our youth. It is a golden opportunity for students to win prizes worth Rs. 10 lakhs including mentorship from leaders in the industry.”
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Speaking about the initiative, Satya Narayanan. R, Chairman and Executive Director, CL Educate, said, “CL has been focused on shaping the future of young aspirants and help them achieve their true potential. With this intent we have re-launched Young India Challenge 2016 at a larger scale this year. This challenge will allow winners work towards translating their dreams into reality from a nascent stage.”
With the initial kick-off, there are already 37, 207 registrations from 206 colleges. The challenge is open to all enterprising youngsters who are keen to explore their potential. To register, aspirants can visit http://www.clyic.com/ and click on ‘I am interested’.