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Hult Prize 2022 Challenge: Getting the World Back to Work

February 10, 2022 04:15
March 15, 2022 10:15
Hult Prize 2022 Challenge: Getting the World Back to Work

Hult Prize is leading global youth in over 120 countries with knowledge, skills, and action training to be successful in the 21st century through global competition. With a US$1,000,000 global startup prize as its anchor activity, the Hult Prize has brought impact-focused programs, events, and training to over a million students globally, creating a pathway for youth everywhere to take action to build a better world.

It focuses on the programs, events, and training of over a million students globally, creating a pathway for youth with 1,000,000$ start-ups to take action to build a better world.

Due to the pandemic, a lot of people became jobless. So, keeping this emerging problem in mind- The theme for the 2022 Hult prize is "Getting the World Back to work". The goal is to create jobs, stimulate economies, reimagine supply chains and improve outcomes for 2000 people by 2024 while meeting the sustainable development goals and creating a positive impact on the environment or society. The annual Hult Prize competition seeks to develop and launch the most appealing social business idea- a startup firm that addresses serious challenges confronting billions of people on a daily basis. The winning team will get a one-million-dollar seed investment, as well as mentorship and guidance from the worldwide business community.

For participating, the team of 3 or 4 students should create a business idea that responds to the call of action: Getting the world back to the work creating meaningful work opportunities that employees at least 20,000 people while creating a positive impact on the world and thus the idea is pitched to the panel of judges who will choose the winner for On-Campus. The on-campus programs will end in March and the winner team will head a step forward to Regional Summits.

CiST (Central Institute of Science and Technology) has hosted the "Hult prize on-campus program" for the second time. The first program was a great success where the winning group was selected for the regional summits and the second and third position holder was awarded prizes. All participants were provided certificates. More than that all the participants learned something with our amazing panel of judges. The event was conducted through the virtual medium due to the pandemic of Covid-19 and yet it became successful to create impact with the hard work and the patience of the organizing committee.

For the second time, The Hult Prize at CiST is ready to host the event with the new organizing committee of 11 young and enthusiastic minds with the Campus director Deepa Ghimire and the deputy campus director Swechchha Ranjit. We also have an advisor who would advise the best way to step forward. The most collaborative, compassionate, observant, and responsive leader is Mr. Aashish Lamichhane. The clinical pharmacist and lecturer of Pharmacy Dr. Prayas Ghimire. MPH graduate and the lecturer of Public health Mr. Santosh Khadka. These brilliant advisors would make our journey adventurous and grand success holding hand in hand with the organizing committee.

The organizing committee is working for effective and fruitful events and to provide all the required information for the participant. Though the pandemic has not yet come to an end the committee is organizing various programs and workshops to enhance the knowledge are assure the best number of participants this year too.

The early registration for this year's challenge has begun. So "Don't keep your idea a secret the more feedback you receive the better you'll do"; is a famous saying of Ahamad Ashkar- CEO and founder of Hult Prize Foundation.