College student’s minds are usually a melting pot of ideas, passion and creativity—the three essentials of a budding start-up venture. The E-Cell, co-founded by Dhwanit Shah, Armaan Charania, and Ankit Jajoo, third-year students at MIT, promises to provide direction and resources to those incredible minds that dare to look at their futures in a different light.
The MUTBI Student Entrepreneurship Cell organised the Manipal Entrepreneurship Summit on 26th October. The event aimed to impart valuable knowledge to students who might one day grow to become the leaders of our economy.
The Manipal Entrepreneurship Summit was held so that the rest of the world can know about your innovative ideas, explaining the intricacies of the world of start-ups and businesses.
Start-ups are one of the many things that put the ‘Innovation’ in ‘Innovation Center’. We decided to meet with the student-founders of three startups: Platform Petal, Strange Matter, and Salahcar to learn more about their journey, ordeals, and the services they are here to offer.
“Ideas are a Dime a Dozen” is an expression that grows in relevance with every passing day, as mankind tests its potential and innovates through formerly undiscovered arenas of science and technology. In contrast to the popular belief that success is achieved as an upshot