With the changes in social and political conditions, social entrepreneurship is now beginning to take shape in India very firmly. Individuals with innovative solutions to society's most pressing social problems have stepped forward to make a CHANGE. Both youngsters and experienced folk are no more afraid to try it as genuine career opportunity.
No matter how good their idea is or how much support government or external factors provide, they struggle with a lot of issues - Funding, Skilled man power, Centralized focus and lack of structure. If youre one of these new social entrepreneurs or have already ventured into social entrepreneurship or if you are planning to do so, Join us for January 2018 Edition of SSDEL to learn from the experts about their experience, challenges that they faced and how did they overcome it.