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Social Enterprise 'Idea' Challenge

The Azim Premji University Social Enterprise cell has declared the winners of the national level Social enterprise 'idea' challenge held among college and University students across India. More than 100 teams participated in this event and demonstrated that youths across country are plugged into solving real life social issues.

Social Enterprise Cell

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/APUSocialEnterpriseIdeaChallenge/

Contact: socialenterprisecell@apu.edu.in / 99522 91278 or 81050 00229

About Social Enterprise cell

Azim Premji University was established under the Azim Premji University Act 2010 of the Government of Karnataka. Azim Premji Foundation, the sponsoring body set up the University as a fully philanthropic and not-for-profit entity, with a clear social purpose. The University’s key mission is to prepare graduates with great competence, integrity and social commitment who can contribute to the Education and Development sectors in India.

The Social Enterprise cell of the University reflects that vision as many students are trying to come up with innovative solutions to some of the most complex social problems. This will be a platform to share, debate and discuss those ideas and connect with individuals and like-minded groups.



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