Competition held to teach entrepreneurship to +2 students
KATHMANDU: Karmanye Foundation has organised a business plan competition among higher secondary (plus two college) students in the Kathmandu Valley on the eve of New Year 2016.
According to a press statement, the programme with the theme of “Learn, Create, and Win” was focused on grade 11 and grade 12 students to inculcate the concept of entrepreneurship starting from the high school.
Ace Higher Secondary School, DAV School, Nobel Academy, Prime College, Texas College, New Summit College and Kathmandu Model College were the finalists, out of which Ace Higher Secondary School had bagged the first prize of Rs. 25,000.
The statement further said there were three workshops for teachers and students with an aim to acquaint them with sound knowledge of Business Model Canvas, Value Proposition and the Financials needed for an individual to transform as an entrepreneur.
The programme supported by Young Leader Entrepreneurship Forum (YLEF) and King’s College was proved to be helpful in fulfilling the objective of inculcating the concepts of entrepreneurship, further claims the statement.