As part of the conclave, series of talks and panel discussions will be held on the theme ‘A Pragmatic Advent’. The conclave is aimed to inspire and educate students, corporate inclined towards entrepreneurship and encourage early entrepreneurs to take and manage bigger risks. “This year was full of unprecedented events and the global pandemic has affected every domain of work alike. It would be really interesting to know how different industries came out to cope up with such a scenario, what sorts of new opportunities have opened up, and what should be the plan for the coming years to achieve ‘a pragmatic advent’,” said Vaibhav Kumar, head, E-Cell, IIT-H.
As part of this summit, a ‘campus ambassador programme’ will be launched, providing students with an opportunity to be more closely associated with the event than just another participant. A campus ambassador will be the first contact between E-Summit and his/her college. Not just that, several competitions such as elevator pitch, pitch showdown, case study etc. are being held as part of the conclave.
Panel discussions on research and development in India post Covid-19, revitalisation of the economy through startups, curing economic infection through small scale industries among others will also be held.