Boot camp sparks entrepreneurship fever across campuses


The boot camp organised by in association with Open Fuel have made a new history of campus innovation. The camps were held in 23 colleges across Kerala, from Thiruvananthapuram to Kasargod. . The event received the wholehearted support of student community all over Kerala. Boot camp was conducted with the support of KSIDC and Kerala startup mission to encourage student entrepreneur culture in the state.

The camp helped students to get exposure to the latest innovations and entrepreneurial ideas. Entrepreneurship lessons and success stories are shared at the boot camps. IIM speaker and Open Fuel co-founder Rohit Radhakrishnan led the sessions.

The boot camps were held in Thiruvananthapuram Ace college, Mar Baselios, College of engineering. UKF college Kollam, Saintgits college Kottayam, Pala St Joseph’s, Munnar college of engineering, Pattoor Sribuddha college Alappuzha, SNIT engineering College adoor, Kuttikkanam Marian college, Rajagiri Centre for business studies, SCMS school of engineering and technology, Ernakulam Muthut institute of technology and science, Mala holy grace academy, Kodakara sahrudaya and Cheruthuruthi Jyothy engineering college. In northern Kerala, the boot camps were held in Palakkad NSS College, Kasargod LBS college, Meenangadi government polytechnic, Thalassery college of engineering, Kannur government engineering college, Kottakkal government women’S polytechnic and MES Kuttippuram.

With such programmes, the channel aims to realise its motto ‘innovation through media’. The amazing response to the boot camps among the student community gives the inspiration to go ahead with such massive ground-level live programs. By conducting such programmes for neo-entrepreneurs and start-ups, is setting an example of constructive journalism.

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