Practically E-Cell IIT will host the National Entrepreneur Olympiad in Bombay

The Olympiad will be held exclusively on Practically App on 31st October ’21. Registration will end on October 25 and the winners will be awarded a scholarship worth up to Rs 1.5 lakh

Practically, India’s first experimental learning app designed to engage learning for students in grades 6-12, has entered into an agreement with the Student-led Entrepreneurship Cell (E-Cell) as the title sponsor of the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB). Eureka Fifth Edition! Junior

Eureka! Junior Hall is a kind of business planning competition organized to promote entrepreneurship among school children of class 6-12 across India. E-Cell IIT Bombay is Asia’s largest student-driven non-profit organization focused on promoting and supporting entrepreneurs with access to 6000+ startups, 1,60,000+ students, 90,000+ professionals in over 900 cities in India and abroad.

Launched on August 22, 2021, the fifth edition of Eureka! Junior will host the National Entrepreneur Olympiadon Practical Exam Platform on October 31, 2021. It is expected to attract thousands of student registrations from across the country.

Participants must register in Eureka! Download the Junior Microsite and Practical app. They can use the same certificate to register themselves in the app to participate in the Olympiad. Participants can continue to try practice exams in the app to prepare for the final exam. The final Olympiad exam will be divided into three tracks – Class 6 to 8, Class 9, 10 and Class 11, 12.

The top 2 winners across the three tracks will be rewarded with a practical scholarship worth up to 1.5L. They will also receive a total cash prize of Rs 15,000 from e-Cell, IIT Bombay. In addition, the 24 top scorers across the track will practically win 50 percent discount vouchers on subscriptions. All participants will also receive certificates from e-Cell, IIT Bombay. The last date to register for the Olympiad is 25 October 2021.

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