American Sikh centre seeks applications from entrepreneurs

CHANDIGARH (TIP): India centre of Sikh American Chamber of Commerce (SACC) has started inviting applications from young entrepreneurs to develop digital apps for social development and make a difference in the lives of people, said Manipal Dhariwal, president, SACC, India.

The World Summit Youth Award (WSYA) is a unique global contest which brings together young developers and digital entrepreneurs — under 30 years of age — who use internet and mobile technology to put the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) into action and make a difference, he added.

SACC India, he informed, has also recently been appointed as the networking partners for the UN’s World Summit Youth Award (WSYA) supported by the Unido, Unesco, and UNDP. Mohali-based IT entrepreneur Maninder Singh Bajwa, holds the distinction of being the India ambassador for WSYA programme for 2013-14, having been selected through similar global competition for his iScula educational platform for parents of schoolchildren.The last date for applying for the award was June 15.

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