Student-run start-ups from Hyderabad win TiE competition
Hyderabad: Two student-run start-ups have won the inaugural edition of TiE GRAD business plan competition, a notification said on Monday.
Law School 101 from NALSAR-Hyderabad and WCB from BITS Pilani-Hyderabad, won the competition organised by The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE).
Students from 9 prestigious colleges of Telangana participated in TiE GRAD: Education to Entrepreneurship.
Pradeep Mittal, President of TiE Hyderabad and Kali Prasad Gadiraju, Vice President, TiE Hyderabad, presented awards to the winning teams. Each winner was presented with a cheque of Rs 2,50,000 to translate their idea into a rewarding business model, TiE said in a statement.
The winning team from BITS Pilani Hyderabad intends to make the next generation of robots to clean the facade of tall skyscrapers while avoiding any risk to human life. The other startup from Nalsar University was Law School 101, focused on making law education accessible to everyone.