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Hyderabad, IN
February 17, 2019
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IIT BOMBAY for our Action Plan Social Entrepreneurship Competition


Abhyuday, IIT Bombay brings you Action Plan, a nationwide competition to
find India’s most promising social entrepreneurs. Aimed at raising
awareness about social entrepreneurship, Action Plan motivates the youth
to solve India’s most pressing social issues. We believe that the young
minds hold the key to solve numerous challenges that have plagued our
society for long. It’s the need of time to channelize this energy in a
right direction which can definitely change the lives of people around
us. Abhyuday brings together the brightest from colleges, the best from
corporate, the learned from academia and the experienced from NGOs, and
create a platform where young minds are nurtured to create solutions
that bring about grass root level changes.

Water management, Waste management, Health Care, Women Empowerment,
Sustainable Energy, Financial Inclusion & Fintech, Agricultural &
Livestock are the eight sectors in which you have to come up with your
own idea and turn into reality.

The competition offers unique opportunities to convert an idea into
action through our dual mentorship program (technical + business) to
help you develop many folds during the Action plan. Participants will
get an opportunity of seed funding, coaching and developing connections
with Business experts and nomination in accelerator programs. The action
plan has a great network of investors across India and is one of the
best platform to get your social startup featured in media. Startup with
innovative ideas will get a popularity through Newspapers, Magazines,
Websites, Radio, TV and Social Media.


Top teams will get a chance to be incubated by India’s best incubators
and get seed funding from investors! And
also get an opportunity to win cash prizes of 1.75 lakhs

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