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Harvard University encourages student entrepreneurship

Manalisa Sarmah
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Harvard University plans on encouraging young minds to initiate impact-based start-ups. The students will be allocated resources to come up with innovative solutions to address the problems educators face in the day-to-day running of a school. The new initiative, known as Operation Impact, aims at providing the students with funds, infrastructure, and mentorship to institute their start-ups. It will also promote the importance of STEM education across the country. 

The initiative is open to all Harvard students. In the course of their work, they will be provided with Smart software and hardware to facilitate collaboration and support the ongoing of ideas.

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Manalisa Sarmah
Manalisa Sarmah

Manalisa Sarmah is a copywriter at Next Education Pvt. Ltd. She has completed her MPhil in Sociology from the University of Hyderabad. She has worked on different educational projects with Hope Foundation and Adhyayan respectively. Her interest areas include reading, creative writing, and travelling.


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