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Wed, Nov 14 - Thu, Nov 15 2018

Hult Prize BHU,

Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India

  • About the event

    Hult Prize is the biggest student entrepreneurship challenge in the world often referred to as the Noble Prize for students. It is hosted by the Bill Clinton Foundation , the United Nations and the Hult International Business School. It is recognized by the TIME Magazine amongst the Top 5 events working for creating a social impact. The most revolutionary idea gets a $1 million prize in seed funding along with guidance from United Nations.. This year’s problem statement is based on the issue of “Youth Unemployment”. The challenge is to lay down the foundation of a venture that can create 10000 jobs in next 10 years.

    Why should you sponsor?

    Collaborating with a social entrepreneurship event provides you the unique
    opportunity to connect with the student community, to build brand
    awareness and show your company support for an important cause i.e.
    youth unemployment.
    • Banaras Hindu University is the right place from where effective ideas which
    can provide that one element to solve pressing problem of India's Youth.
    • The sponsors will get a unique opportunity to increase their student visibility
    tremendously and present themselves as a socially responsible company.

    Our Global Reach
    (By the numbers since 2009)

    1,00,000 + Students

    200 + Countries

    2000 +  Campuses

    2,00,000 +  Business Ideas Generated

    Our Local Reach

    500 +  Participants

    100 +  Teams

    50 +    Departments

    40,000 +  Student Followers


    Anmol Agarwal

    I am Anmol, a Prefinal year student at the Department of Chemical Engineering at IIT(BHU) Varanasi. I have been long associated with the entrepreneurial activities of my college and have headed several teams in the past. 

    You can know more about me here- 

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/anmol-agarwal-98b426132

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  • 101-250 attendees expected


    56% Male Attendees


    44% Female Attendees

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