Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Pinterest Email Application Deadline:September 30th 2016. NASSCOM Social Innovation Forum (NSIF) is a ‘Tech for Good’ platform that drives technology led innovation to create sustained social impact. By supporting technology based solutions that address critical gaps in key developmental areas, the platform aims to foster inclusive growth. Owing to the pervasive nature of Information Communication Technology (ICT), its application is being witnessed across sectors to deliver and enhance development programs. ICT helps build more effective processes, better products and aids the delivery of services in the areas of Education, Healthcare, Livelihood and Agriculture, Accessibility, Environment and other social issues. It is this potential of ‘technology for good’ that NSIF aims to capture. Instituted by NASSCOM Foundation in 2008, the program has attracted more than 1,000 innovative projects from NGOs, corporate, social enterprises, government bodies, PSUs, students and individuals. Winning projects have received visibility on a national platform, mentoring support and catalytic grants. Eligibility NSIF 2017 After choosing an applicant type, check if you fulfil all the eligibility criteria necessary for the Challenge. (Each applicant type has a defined set of criteria which the applicant needs to fulfil in order to be eligible to apply for the Challenge. You can check from the list given below if you qualify for the one you have chosen) Criteria for all categories: Social Enterprises Students/Individuals and Groups The innovation must use Information Communication Technology (ICT) The innovation/ project/ programme must be in the areas of either; Healthcare, Primary and Secondary Education, Accessibility, Skilling for Employment, Women’s Safety and Other Social Issues- Disaster Management, Livelihood Generation, Environmental and Cultural Conservation, Financial Inclusion, Child Labour, Governance, Agricultural Services. The innovation/ programme must have a direct impact within India, benefitting a community within India. For the Not for Profit category, all applying organizations should fulfil the following criteria: They should be Indian entities or foreign entities with a registered presence in India. They should be a registered under the Indian Trust Act, 1882, Societies Registration Act, 1860 or as a Section 8, Companies Act 2013. The innovation being applied for the Challenge and Grant must benefit India or a community in India. To be eligible for the Challenge, the innovation/ programme must be at least in working prototype stage. To be eligible for the Grant, the innovation/ programme must be at least in pilot stage. To be eligible for the Grant, the initiative/ programme entered must be at least in pilot stage. The organisation can be operational for less than one year for both the Grant and the Challenge. The innovation/programme should not have won the NASSCOM Social Innovation Forum challenge in the previous three years. For More Information: Visit the Official Webpage of the NASSCOM Social Innovation Forum 2017 NASSCOM Social Innovation Forum 2017NASSCOM Social Innovation Forum 2017 for Indian Technology led Enterprises. 0 Rushmore Related Posts Commonwealth Youth Dialogue Conference:Youth Workshop on International Peace and Security – Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia (Fully Funded) Feb 20, 2019 Climate Tracker journalism workshop 2019 – Austria, Vienna Feb 19, 2019 European Commission European Media Literacy Week call for Media Literacy Awards 2019 Feb 18, 2019 Comments are closed.