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NEN led Entrepreneurship Week to start from 6th February 2010

Team YS
17th Jan 2010
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From February 6 to 13, 2010, Entrepreneurship Week India will bring together lakhs of young students across the country to raise public awareness on opportunities in today’s India. Through a range of activities and programs, E Week India will connect participants to harness their potential as innovators and problem-solvers. Industry captains, non-profit leaders and members of the academia will all participate to encourage students to take action on a range of opportunities. Building on the brilliant success of E Week India 2009, the coming E Week is set to engage over 450,000 students across 400 academic institutes in 30 cities!

India: Opportunities Within

Today, India faces daunting challenges across many sectors: water, healthcare, energy, education, waste management and more. And as pressure mounts and the cost of technology drops, these challenges open enormous economic opportunities to those who solve them. Through its theme, India: Opportunities Within, E Week India will focus attention on these very opportunities that matter most to the country.

Check out the most entrepreneurial opportunities today at our Opportunity Showcase -

E Week India Awards

Students from over 400 NEN member institutes across the country will compete in the highly-coveted E Week India Awards. These awards will be given at a gala Awards ceremony to institutes that best embody the spirit of E Week and provide the extraordinary leadership required to make the week a success.

Winning institutes will be chosen in five categories by an eminent panel of judges:

• E Week India Champions

• E Week India Runners-Up

• E Week India Honor Roll

• Nilima Rovshen Creativity and Innovation Award

• Best Public Awareness Campaign Award

To catch all the action, tune into: www.eweekindia.org

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