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Rishihood University Launches School of Entrepreneurship

Rishihood University

Rishihood University, a New Delhi, India-based impact education university, launched its BBA program called the “Makers Undergrad” at its ‘School of Entrepreneurship’.

The program has been developed by Ravinder Pal Singh, former CIO of Vistara Airlines, Inventor, holder of several tech IPs, and a DeepTech Venture Capitalist. He partnered with IIT alumni Sahil Aggarwal, Co-founder and CEO of Rishihood University, and Shobhit Mathur, Co-founder and Vice Chancellor of Rishihood University (RU), along with industry partners, to launch the program under its newly launched School of Entrepreneurship. 

The university has set up a USD 5 Million Makers Fund, to invest in student innovation and alumni startups. For practical hands-on experience, students will be empowered to invest in equity from day one with an initial balance of INR 10,000 and can further engage in entrepreneurial endeavours by making a fixed deposit of INR 1,00,000, which unlocks after the third year, encouraging the utilisation of Rs 1 Lakh plus interest, as seed capital for startup ventures. The comprehensive curriculum will cover a spectrum of topics including Introduction to Entrepreneurship, Personal Branding, Technology and Society, Raising Capital Venture Capital, and Private Equity, alongside practical modules like Web Application Development, Social Media for Entrepreneurs, and Impact Entrepreneurship. 

The students will also gain access to conferences, seminars, and networking events organised by industry bodies such as CII, StartupIndia, Startup Hub, India Digital Summit, among others. They will also benefit from coaching, faculty, and mentorship from top-rated institutions and companies worldwide, including McKinsey, Boston Consulting Group, Goldman Sachs, Amazon, Meta, IIM Ahmedabad, IIT Delhi, and IIT Bombay.