Delhi Govt students pitch their start-up ideas

“We want to change the mindset of our young generation encouraging them to be job providers rather than job seekers”

Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal

Business Blasters ensured public education made a grand entry into India’s living rooms. Innovative ideas from student teams of Class XI and XII, have brought in valuable investment from entrepreneur judges. Biothene got 1.5 lakhs for their biodegradable plastic bag, while Mobisite received Rs 50,000. The teams pitch their ideas to Education Minister, Manish Sisodia and two judges from the industry.

Involving 3 lakh students, 51000 business ideas and Rs.60 crore seed capital, Business Blasters is the world’s largest start-up program. Part of the Entrepreneurship Mindset Curriculum, students formed teams and transformed their initial seed money of Rs 2000/ each, into ventures, many of them already profitable. This phase now focuses on scalability.

To invest, coach and place orders, visit Business Blasters – Chhote business stars, bade business ideas (

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