NATIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP AWARDS 2019 – Shillong bamboo

National Entrepreneurship Awards 2019 conferred to 30 Young Entrepreneurs and 6 Organizations/Individuals building Entrepreneurship eco-system in the country

The awards were presented to honor outstanding contributions in entrepreneurship development
* 30 young entrepreneurs and 6 entrepreneurship ecosystem builders were conferred with the award
* The award included a trophy, a certificate and prize money up to Rs 10 lakh

National Entrepreneurship Awards 2019

 

New Delhi, November 9th, 2019:** In the quest to give a boost to entrepreneurship in the country, the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) today conferred Awards to 30 Young Entrepreneurs and 6 Organizations /Individuals contributing to entrepreneurship development during the fourth edition of the National Entrepreneurship Awards (NEA). The award ceremony was held at the Pravasi Bharatiya Kendra, New Delhi. Shri Prakash Javadekar, Hon’ble Minister of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Minister of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India, and Dr. Rajiv Kumar, Vice Chairman NITI Aayog felicitated the winners.

The event ceremony was also graced by Dr. Mahendra Nath Pandey, Hon’ble Minister of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship who has been spearheading the Ministry’s vision and focusing extensively on encouraging young skilled youth to take up entrepreneurship bringing the shift from being a job seeker to a job giver. Due to the concerted ground level effort, this year, the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship witnessed a sharp increase not only in the total number of applications, but also in terms of completed applications from a variety of businesses. These ground level initiatives were in the form of targeted meetings, focused workshops, specialized gatherings like MSME meets, seminars at alumni gatherings of various business schools, One-on-One interaction with Entrepreneurs during Fairs and Exhibitions etc. All these collectively could create resounding effect to bring seriousness for completing applications although it meant some amount of hard work by the applicants. The number of completed applications grew from 2379 last year to 4134 this year. This 75% growth of successful entrepreneurs completing their application for National Entrepreneurship Awards 2019 is reflection of the increasing seriousness of young entrepreneurs for this coveted National Entrepreneurship Awards.

Congratulating the winners of National Entrepreneurship Awards, Shri Prakash Javadekar, Hon’ble Minister of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Minister of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India said, “………………………………………”

Among the winners and models of excellence including: Shri Ravindra Bhausaheb Supekar from Maharashtra, is an inspiration for many. Despite being 80% physically disabled, Mr. Supekar started, StreeSwabhiman Unit which offers biodegradable, chemical less, low cost high quality eco-friendly sanitary napkins and offers the healthcare requirement to the tribal and remote village women and even generating employment. Shri Jeet Singh Arya, a young entrepreneur from Chhattisgarh, started a travel startup, Unexplored Bastar which focuses on sustainable tourism through community-based approach and it has so far impacted the lives of more than 300 tribal people in the State. Smt. Shalini Santhosh Kumar from Pune started Early Foods Ltd, an organic food company for children & new mothers and offers, chemical-free meals & snacks which helps to build healthy future generations. Shri Bandabiang Dewkhaid and Shri Tynshain Dewkhaid from the North Eastern state of Meghalaya started Shillong Bamboo to provide innovative (eco-friendly) bamboo products made from the bamboo &rattan canes obtained within the state with superior quality and design leading to overall increase in consumption of innovative bamboo products. Smt. Shivaranjani Ramasubramaniyan and Smt. Nisha Subramaniam from Cuddalore started Sura with an aim to support rural women. Today, Sura offers tote bags Stitched in cotton, matched with kalamkari and ikkats and also successfully set up a running a tailoring center in a remote village.

 
 

NATIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP AWARDS - ENTERPRISE AWARD CATEGORY

Sl. No

Award
Sub-Category

Name Of Applicant
(Organisation Or
Individual, As The Case
May Be)

Entrepreneur’s And Co-Founder’s
Name & Address

A1

1

Agriculture

Sickle Innovations Private
Limited

Mr. Nitin Gupta(Founder)

2

Handicrafts

Dakti Craft

Ms.RidaGatphoh (Founder)
Mr. Peter Marbaniang (Co-Founder)

3

Hospitality

Unexplored Bastar

Mr. Jeet Singh Arya (Founder)

4

Renewables

M/S.Aspartica Biotech Pvt.
Ltd

Mr. SRINIVAS B V (Founder)
Mr. Sujeet Kumar Ghosh (Co-Founder)

5

Retail

Inventindia Innovations Pvt.
Ltd

Ms.JyotiSudhir (Founder)

6

Textiles

Sura

Ms. Shivaranjani R (Founder)
Ms. Nisha Subramaniam (Co-Founder)

7

Women

Early Foods Private Limited

Ms. Shalini Santhosh Kumar (Founder)

8

SC/ ST

Kranti Jyoti Swayam
SahayataMahilaBachat Gat

Ms. DipaChoure (Founder)
Mr. Prasant Choure(Co-Founder)

9

Pwd

Sabariguru Repair Service

Mr. K SAKTHIVEL (Founder)

10

Difficult Areas

Shillong Bamboo

Ms. BandabiangDewkhaid (Founder)




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