Student Success Stories 2017

Sensafe – Shiv Kampani is a 14 year old from Dhirubhai Ambani International School, Mumbai. His company deals in gas leak detectors.

The Charity Cup – Karamjyot Chawla is an 18 year old from Jamnabai Narsee School, Mumbai. His company organises football matches for charitable causes.

Helping Hands – Vijay Kahar is a 13 year old from Teach For India, Mumbai. His company helps provide access to study and sports materials to people in need.

Basket of Joy – Almas Mukhri is a 13 year old from Teach for India, Mumbai. Her company is into promoting healthier lifestyles through organic fruit baskets sourced from local street women. Fruits can be consumed and hence are a better alternative to flowers as gifts.

VR Vista – Prasanna Keshav is a 13 year old from The Cathedral and John Connon School, Mumbai. His company markets a mobile application that allows 3 –D walkthroughs of famous landmarks.

1947 Retold – Mourya Siddharth Muntha is a 15 year old from Glendale Academy, Hyderabad. His company sells board games based on the theme of India's independence movement.

Enough – Naayaa Mehta is a 13 year old from The Shri Ram School, Delhi. Her company is into creating anti-bullying mobile applications.

Bumbleberry – Lavanya Sanganeria is a 13 year old from The Shri Ram School, Delhi. Her company re-sells soaps that are recycled from hotels.

RA – Rhea Ravindra is a 15 year old from Jamnabai Narsee School, Mumbai. Her company markets a unique concept of photo-chromatic apparels.

The Flat-Foot Guru – Reet Maur is a 14 year old from Sreenidhi International School, Hyderabad. Her company offers stylish shoes for people with flat feet.

Solo – Anuja Shah and Mahir Vora are both 17 years old from Jamnabai Narsee School, Mumbai. Their company designs and sells back-packs, especially for solo travelers.

My Intern – Mallika Gore s a 16 year old from Oberoi International School, Mumbai and Hariti Shah is a 16 year old from American School of Bombay. Their company helps students find internship opportunities.

Koža Bowties – Ruchir Grandhi iis a 13 year old, and Krishnav Sekhri & Arnav Sekhri are both 16 years old from The British School, Delhi. Their company markets a wide range of leather bow ties.




Student Success Stories 2016

My Valet - Kevin Thakker is a 16 year old from The Cathedral and John Connon Senior School. His company offers a valet service to reduce the traffic congestion problem in our country. His company will connect user to uniformed trained valets at key drop off points across Mumbai.

Kanoon - Ritiika Avarrsekar is a 16 year old from Hill Spring School. Her business is a website that provides a database of lawyers and gives customers the ability to interact with and hire legal services online. It also provides information on legal matters to help citizens enhance their knowledge of rights offered by the Indian Constitution.

Mone-tree - Sanya Arora is a 14 year old from R.N. Podar School. Her company has developed an education program to impart basic financial education and money management to students of the age group 12 to 16 years. Her goal is to have every school going student have a solid financial education.

Weave nation - Riya Sankhe is a 15 year old from Dhirubhai Ambani School. She has started a fashion company with a conscience. Her goal is to design trendy khadi apparels and promote livelihood for the weaver community in India. Through her company, she wants to support our governments 'Make in India' drive.

Dryve - Siddharth Doshi is a 14 year old from Dhirubhai Ambani School. His company will design an application that helps prevent drunk driving to help reduce road accidents. This application addresses an important issue since majority of road accidents in India are caused by drunk driving.

Go, See, Do - Ritika Kacholia is a 14 year old from the American School of Bombay. Her company focuses on experiential travel options. She will facilitate cultural tours that provide in depth and unique experiences.

Donate it - Advait Ranawade is a 11 year old from Arya Vidya Mandir School. His company is a social initiative that makes donating easy as a gifting option.

Mira Shah is a 14 year old from Bombay Scottish School. Her business is a social entrepreneurship idea where she will primarily work on a cook book, which she is close to publishing. She will also be conducting various cooking classes and sale of organic food. The proceeds from the book and classes will be given to an NGO working towards nourishment of under – privileged.

Hridhay Dhand is an 11 year old from Tridha School His company, Strength-O-Seeds has introduced a 100% natural, nutritional health supplement that contains raw, unprocessed seeds and nuts to address nutritional deficiencies, especially in vegetarians.

Aiyana Menezes is a 12 year old who is being home schooled currently. Her company, Smelly Cat Comics has published their first book 'Poochi and Snat, a comic created by children for children. It aims to change peoples attitudes and make them more sensitive towards stray animals.

Yavya Jain is a 15 year old from Aditya Birla World Academy. Her company has launched a product 'Party in a box' that provides a fun kit for children so they can prepare delicious food all by themselves and be engaged in a productive and innovative activity.

School essentials - Avirat Purohit is a 14 year old from Bombay Scottish School and Dhairya Shah is a 17 year old from NM College of Commerce and Economics. Their company offers a one stop online shop to buy all school essentials to save parents from the last minute chaos and panic before school begins.

G - free - Devharsh Desai is a 14 year old and Aryan Jalan is a 15 year old and both are from The Cathedral & John Connon Senior School. Their company makes fresh baked, delicious, affordable and gluten free snacks. This offers unique products for a rising segment in India that is gluten intolerant.

Avantika Khanna and Tishya Doraiswamy are 14 year olds from The Shri Ram School, Aravali. Their company, The India Story, will create an app which does the job of a virtual tour guide for the heritage sites of historical significance thus making the visit to that site an unforgettable experience.

Avi Dayani and Nakshh Kohli are both 12 year olds from The Shri Ram School, Moulsari. Their company, Shanny is an online platform that provides on demand, real time nanny services. In addition to YEA!, they have received funding from Radhika Aggarwal, Founder Shopclues as well as fellow classmates.

Water cap - Rahul Krishnamoorthy and Saikrishna Raju are 13 years old, Mehaan Shah is an 11 year old, Hridhay Tejura and Anshul Singhvi are 16 years old and they are all from The Cathedral & John Connon Senior School. Their company has designed a product that helps reduce water wastage.