Anukaran- Imitate Before You Create

Greetings from VESIM Business School,

Our Business Incubation Cell set up under MHRD-IIC has organized a PAN India Event named Anukaran: Imitate before you create.

The main motive behind this event is to encourage young entrepreneurs to build their startup from scratch in a practical imitation of the real world from the available resources and experience the future now!

The top 3 teams will be awarded with Cash prizes up to Rs.10000. Every participating team will be granted a Certificate of Participation from the Business Incubation Cell which is backed by MHRD-A government recognized body.

The institute which ensures maximum participation would be awarded a Certificate of Recognition from our cell.

All the details are mentioned on the D2C Platform:

We hope to receive maximum participation from your esteemed institute.

“This is your chance to get competing with Institutes all over the Country” 

If the students have any further queries feel free to contact the event organizers, their contact numbers have been mentioned on the D2C website.


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 Requesting you to get in Maximum Participation!



Nuclear Safety Essay Competition

Attention, Young Professionals: Nuclear Safety Essay Competition Now Open


Are you a student or young professional? Passionate and interested  about nuclear safety? We have the perfect opportunity for you! Take part in the IAEA’s essay competition for a chance to be a youth panellist at the International Conference on a Decade of Progress after Fukushima-Daiichi: Building on the Lessons Learned to Further Strengthen Nuclear Safety, to be held at our headquarters in Vienna, from 8-12 November 2021. Through this essay contest, and a special youth panel, the Agency will incorporate the voices of today’s youth into the outcomes of this important gathering. “Young people have a role to play in the future of nuclear science and technology for which safety is of paramount importance. Listening to the next generation and learning more about their innovative ideas and opinions is important and is one of the main reasons why the IAEA is eager to have them join global experts. I invite young people to take part in this competition and share how nuclear safety can become more robust in the coming decades,” said Lydie Evrard, IAEA Deputy Director General and Head of the Department of Nuclear Safety and Security. Those with a background and/or an interest in nuclear safety are encouraged to submit an essay answering one of the questions pertaining to the topics in discussion at the conference, including the future of power generation and nuclear power; how stakeholders can build trust and demonstrate nuclear power is safer than ever; technological advancements relevant to safety; and increasing awareness for youth about opportunities in the nuclear industry. At the conference, competition finalists will be able to engage directly with other attendees, and gain insights frominternationally recognised high-level safety experts, leaders fromaround the world and members from several intergovernmental organisations. “This conference will highlight the IAEA and Member States’ proactive effort in further enhancing nuclear safety globally and the progress achieved during the 10 years since the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident,” said Gustavo Caruso, Director of the IAEA’s Office of Safety and Security Coordination and Scientific Secretary for the conference. Students and young professionals between 18 and 30 years old are eligible to take part in the competition. Submissions must be in English and the deadline to submit an essay is Saturday, 31 July 2021. Women and nationals from developing countries are particularly encouraged to apply. The essay competition winners will be announced in August 2021 and finalists will be given a special acknowledgement in the conference President’s Report. The IAEA will provide financial support for the winners to travel to and participate in the conference. Additional details about the conference and topics covered can be found here. Please refer to the rules and regulations of the competition before submitting your essay

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