Sunday, 19 July 2015

Ycentre India’s Next40 course on how to set up a social enterprise

Ycentre is an American based higher education & social innovation enterprise. It has recently started its India chapter called India’s Next40 in the city of Mumbai, Maharashtra. The course offered focuses on helping students keen on launching their own social enterprise. Registration for the course is open. Students will be selected after an interview round. You can register as an individual or forum a unit of maximum 4 persons. 

Duration: 6 weeks

Starting date: July 19th 2015 (introductory session was on July 12th)

Venue: KJ Somaiya’s Vidyavihar campus

Number of seats: 40

Age criteria: 18 to 30 years

Course features
The course comprises of 5 modules:
  • Defining a problem statement
  • Finding the right medium to solve the problem
  • Determining the solution to the problem
  • Business planning
  • Pitching ideas
The course guidance will be given via Skype sessions with experts. Registered students will get to connect with various investors across the globe, to whom they can pitch their ideas at the end of the course. 
RIIDL will provide free office space for one year to students with the best working idea.

Course fee: Rs.15,000/-
How to register
You have to register online at http://y-center.org/indiasnext40