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Nitte-KBL ‘Kaun Banega Udyamapathi 2021 Inauguration and Telecast of Episode 1’

November 27: Nitte–KBL Kaun Banega Udyamapati (KBU) Contest is a reality TV show designed to promote entrepreneurship among young men and women by identifying ideas and talent that can create tomorrow’s businesses. The show is conceptualized to empower early-stage startups and help them start with the necessary mentorship and investment opportunities. Top 20 shortlisted startups out of 500+ registration will make a presentation on Live TV Show in Namma Kudla 24*7 channel, Mangaluru starting from November 28, 2021. Each episode will have 5 Participants, and One Winner will be announced at the end of each episode.

Nitte–KBL Kaun Banega Udyamapathi (KBU) Contest will be inaugurated by Dr. Satheesh Kumar Bhandary, Vice-Chancellor (Nitte Deemed to be University), on Sunday, 28th November 2021 at 6.00 pm.  Mr. Vinaya Bhat, General Manager Karnataka Bank and Dr. Ashok Alur, Director Center for Excellence for FPOs, will be present as a guest in the Inaugural Ceremony.

The first episode of the Kaun Banega Udyampathi Contest is live telecasted on Namma Kudla 24*7 channel, between 07.00 pm – 08.00 pm.

You can also watch the inaugural ceremony and first episode on Youtube: https://youtu.be/sP9d7o5tnpk

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