What is IFT

What is IFT

Ever thought you could be India’s youngest entrepreneur?

India’s Future Tycoons is a platform that offers an opportunity to students who are 13 to 17 years of age and have change driver ideas, to kick-start an entrepreneurship venture. It is a once in a lifetime opportunity for you to present your ideas to a panel of jury, mentors and investors, who will evaluate them and pick the top 24 for real life investment prospects. There is more to it. India’s Future Tycoons will also train you, empowering you with the problem solving, creative thinking and design thinking, and build a robust execution plan around your idea.

Follow the simple steps to win and the top 3 winning teams will get an opportunity to present their ideas on the stage of United Nations Sustainability Development Forum, India Chapter.

All you have to do is click the register now button and follow a few simple steps!

The theme of this season

The theme of this season

“Today water is a name of natural resource. Tomorrow it might become the name of humanitarian crisis.”

Water Crisis is Real. Be it water availability & shortage, usage & wastage, cleaning & sanitation, transportation & shortage and so on- thousands of ideas are waiting to be tapped and turned into a sustainable enterprise. If you are someone who has any idea, small or big, that can lead to solving water issues, in any ways - please submit your registration today. It may so happen that you would be the game changer mastermind we are looking for.

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Flow of the Competition

Registrations
  • Online Registrations
  • Ideation Tutorials
Ideation
  • Idea submission on competition theme
Zonals
  • Ideation Round Results
Bootcamp
  • Top 24 teams
  • 3-day residential bootcamp
Nationals
  • Top 6 teams
  • Grand Finale
  • Rewards and Recognition


Schedule

What Happened In The Zonals

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What Our Attendees Are Saying

Prizes worth ₹15,00,000

School Awards

Zonal Awards

National Awards

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