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ATL Tinkerpreneur 2024: Atal Mission calls for applications

Published: Jun 11, 2024

By TIOLCorplaws News Service

NEW DELHI, JUNE 11, 2024: THE Atal Innovation Mission (AIM), NITI Aayog, is pleased to announce the commencement of applications for the prestigious 'ATL Tinkerpreneur 2024'- a flagship summer boot camp under AIM's Atal Tinkering Labs program. This boot camp is now open to all schools across India including non ATL schools.

ATL Tinkerpreneur 2024 promises to be a transformative experience for participating students. Over a span of 40 days, from June to July, participants will embark on a virtual journey aimed at equipping them with essential digital skills and frameworks. By the end of the boot camp, students will have the tools and knowledge to conceptualize and develop their own online ventures.

The impact of ATL Tinkerpreneur is evident from its previous editions, which saw over 5000 team innovations. Notably, the top 100 teams from the last edition received coveted internship and funding opportunities from the prestigious Indian School of Business (ISB).

Registered teams will benefit from dedicated mentoring throughout the boot camp period by AIM's dedicated mentors across the country under 'Mentor India Initiative'. From June 20th to July 25th, students can engage in expert sessions covering digital, product, and entrepreneurship skills, supplemented by tailored handholding sessions for a more focused approach.

In an effort to enhance the participant experience this year, ATL Tinkerpreneur 2024 introduces several exciting additions. These include the Tinkerpreneur Comic Book series, designed to inspire and motivate, as well as flashcards for easy concept revision. Developed by TinkerChamps, a student-led non-profit club comprising 23 accomplished 'tinkerpreneurs', these enhancements promise a dynamic and enriching learning environment.

Mission Director AIM Dr. Chintan Vaishnav expressed his enthusiasm for the program, stating, "This is an exciting moment for all of us as.  We have seen some brilliant innovations in the previous three editions.  For students, ATL Tinkerpreneur is a great platform to traverse the journey from thought to implementation. I am especially delighted that we are partnering with TinkerChamps; what can be better than engaging services of our own Tinkerpreneur community"

Interested students are encouraged to register for ATL Tinkerpreneur 2024 via the provided link before the deadline on June 18, 2024.  For detailed brochure, click here