Nurturing young
adults to become leaders
of tomorrow

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Why Now?

The 21st century will bring in waves of change with the essence of jobs shifting. These jobs will need new skills such as critical thinking, communication and grit.The current education system still caters to the industrialised jobs that are out of date as of today.We will need innovation and entrepreneurship to fight global issues like climate change.

With steadily decreasing jobs and more and more people moving out of the agrarian economy, our country is now in need of entrepreneurs more than ever

What We Do

Initiatives

Based on the curriculum, we curate custom programs and products for varied educational organizations, learning institutes and other student-oriented platforms.

Infrastructure

Engaging with content and implementation partners to ensure that EMC initiatives can reach millions of students.

Advisory

Our esteemed and respected taskforce comprises of people whose work spans across the grassroot to policy

Impact Evaluation

We help our partners in building standardized frameworks for assessing and analyzing the impact of the ongoing/completed programs to be used as benchmarks for scaling future programs.

Our Existing Outreach Models

Classroom Level

Introducing ‘Entrepreneurial Mindset’ course programs to help students build critical skills such as problem-solving, risk-taking, opportunity spotting, and design thinking. Focusing on making EMC mainstream by encouraging schools to add it to their curriculum to strengthen the link between EMC, Entrepreneurship and Vocational Training.

Community Level

Taking our programs beyond school and classroom by creating ‘My Space libraries’ and delivering EMC programs at the community-level.

At Home

Ensuring that EMC reaches every child wherever they are, we are developing no-tech, low-tech, and hi-tech digital versions of our programs.

Entrepreneurship 101s &
scaling livelihoods

Inspiring students to take up entrepreneurship by curating cohort programs and competitions such as Business Blasters to help them obtain practical and real-life experience of building a business from scratch.

Our Partners

Our Initiatives So Far

Together with Udhyam Project, we carried out a first-of-its-kind startup program, Business Blasters via Delhi Government where more than 3 lac students pitched over 51000 ideas and the selected ones received a total of 60 crores as seed funding for their business ideas.

Conceptualized and designed Entrepreneurship Mindset Development Program (EMDP) in partnership with SCERT Andhra Pradesh for the State Government that will be rolled out via government schools and shall benefit 35,000 students.

Overseeing a live 8-week pilot program in rural Karnataka for 1500+ non-tech learners (and scaling to 10,000) that GAME directly reached and onboarded in collaboration with a rural commerce organization and an SHG.

Executed a 16-week feature phone outreach program in three districts of Odisha and reached 2500+ students.

GAME’s Landscape Study on
Entrepreneurship Mindset Curriculum


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