WomenPreneur by AIC Banasthali


Greetings from Banasthali Vidyapith!

Banasthali Vidyapith, situated in Rajasthan, is the largest as well as one of the oldest completely residential university for women. It provides education to girls from the pre-primary stage up to the Doctoral level while promoting and inculcating leadership skills among its students. Atal Incubation Centre (AIC) at Banasthali Vidyapith has been established in partnership with Atal innovation Mission (NITI Aayog). AIC Banasthali is highly focussed on women-led startups and provides the state of the art infrastructure in terms of equipment and operating facilities.

WomenPreneur, organised by AIC Banasthali, is a national level contest for budding women entrepreneurs who aspire to develop or are developing commercially viable solutions for socio-economic issues.

Why Apply?

  • Cash Award of Rs 1,00,000 & fellowship support for Capacity building workshops.
  • Top 5 startups in each category. Access to AIC, Banasthali network.
  • Virtual classes. Access to the world-class lab in the campus.
  • Co-working Space. Funding opportunities ( after successful completion of incubation).
  • A pool of BEST mentors. Support from AIC Banasthali in building an Operational and financial model.
  • FREE incubation facilities.

    Apply for free registration by 15th January 2018 and paid registrations (Rs 300 for an entry) by 30th January 2018. For more information visit our website http://aicbanasthali.org or for queries regarding entries write to us at aic@banasthali.in.

We can also be reached at our LinkedIn page and Twitter page.

A safe and encouraging environment to nurture your ideas!

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