Alumni of IIT Madras and IIM Ahmedabad had come collectively to supply free ability coaching to 5000 college students from low-income backgrounds. The startup was fashioned by the alumni – GUVI launched a brand new initiative known as ‘Fly High’.
Under the initiative, college students could have entry to vernacular tech programs, mentorship companies from business specialists and coaching in abilities to make them job-ready, fully freed from value.
Students with a decrease socio-economic background or household revenue of lower than Rs 3 lakhs every year can apply for the scholarship. Students ought to have graduated in 2020, 2021, 2022 with a CGPA of seven or above.
The start-up can also be launching ‘Sridevi Arunprakash Innovation Award,’ which carries a money award of Rs 1 Lakh, to acknowledge budding ladies entrepreneurs with outstanding improvements within the Ed-tech business. The award winner will probably be chosen by an eminent panel comprising of stalwarts within the discipline of the EdTech business by investing.
Remembering its late co-founder Sridevi Arunprakash who had stated, “Education is priceless, no one can steal it from you” and “Focus on improving, not proving,” GUVI has pledged to impart coding abilities by providing free entry to its gamified programming follow platform, HackerKid, to over 1,000 youngsters supported by Non-Governmental Organizations comparable to BalaMandir Kamaraj Trust.