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Four ideas have been selected for the College Idea Hunt, 2022 to bring out the creative young minds to solve problems through innovative and sustainable “Greenovation” solutions.

Among 10 outstanding ideas, four – Bio-Green, We for Nature, Aaha Bangles and meheneti.com – emerged on the top, according to the organiser. All four selected ideas were awarded with a cash prize of Rs100,000.

The organiser, Idea Studio, said that 400 colleges from across the country applied for entrepreneurship ideas this season.

All the winners of the College Hunt would get opportunity to participate in the Idea Studio Season-7.
 “Along with the pitching platform, students get an opportunity to learn from incubation, mentorship, and networking,” said Tshering Lama, chairman of Idea Studio. 

The programme has been organised for the past eight years with the theme of ‘Ideas to Entrepreneur’. It aims to promote practical knowledge to put text into context. It proves students with the knowledge, investment, and pitching opportunity to pave their path towards their start-up venture. 

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