NSRCEL SOCIAL

NSRCEL has been helping early stage ventures since 2002. Leveraging on the experience and expertise, the social incubation program started in 2017. We select and nurture early-stage social ventures, helping them scale up to deliver sustained impact.

PROCESS

Selection

Pre incubation - 12 weeks

Incubation 12-18 months

OUR Ventures

COHORT 1.0

OUR Ventures

COHORT 2.0

COHORT 2.0

Our Team

Advisory Council

Eric Savage

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Krishnakumar Natarajan

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Malavika R Harita

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Matthew Spacie

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Gita Sen

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V.Ravichandar

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Debasish Mitter

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M S Sriram

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Satyajit Majumdar

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Pradeep B. Nair

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V Suryanarayanan

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FAQ

As per the eligibility criteria, ‘not-for-profit’ ventures with a proven track record of minimum 6 months can apply.
Apart from Social Ventures Incubation program, NSRCEL offers Women Start up program, incubation for business startups and student run ventures, mentoring and pre-incubation launchpad and few courses related to entrepreneurship. Please visit www.nsrcel.org.
Please visit the NSRCEL website and apply for the ‘mentoring and pre-incubation launchpad’.
Please apply to the ‘mentoring and pre-incubation launchpad’ from the NSRCEL website- www.nsrcel.org.
NSRCEL Social offers- Mentoring, access to entrepreneurial networks, workspace, entrepreneurial stipend throughout the incubation period, legal and HR services and media exhibits.
If the applicant is not currently part of the Women Start-up program, the application is acceptable.
The program is not residential or online. But the program requires the incubatee to be present during the mandatory sessions. The incubatee can make use of the workspace provided by NSRCEL.
The incubation is for the venture and not individual entrepreneurs/team. A venture can have one founder or more individuals as a team.

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