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IIT Hyderabad Fellowships in Healthcare Entrepreneurship [Stipend Rs. 50K/Month]: Apply by April 15: Expired

“Centre for Healthcare Entrepreneurship”, hosted by IIT Hyderabad, promoted by two IIT Bombay alum, will be an interdisciplinary center focused on making universal healthcare a reality. The center’s objective is to catalyze healthcare innovation with a focus on affordable solutions to address healthcare needs of India, particularly its underserved population.
The Center hopes to jump-start on and eventually self-sustain effort that trains entrepreneurs to deliver a pipeline of cost-efficient solutions, which are increasingly ‘commercialized’.

  1. Institutionalise creativity and entrepreneurship to produce a pipeline of healthcare products and entrepreneurs.
  2. Solve the healthcare needs of our communities.
  3. Make healthcare products and services become more accessible and affordable.

Fellowship benefits

  • One year fellowship training followed by opportunity to incubate and start up
  • Active mentorship from successful entrepreneurs and healthcare professionals
  • Opportunity to form cross-disciplinary teams of medicos, engineers and designers
  • Ongoing exposure to local and global VC partners
  • All fellows are paid a stipend of Rs. 50,000 pm during the training period.
  • At the end of the training, qualified teams will get an incubation grant

Degree in Engineering/Medicine/Design/Business/Quantitative Life Sciences.
Application process

  • Apply online at this link.
  • There is no fee for application

Important Dates

  • Online applications to be filled by April 15, 2018.
  • Notification to shortlisted candidates will be sent by May 10, 2018.
  • Skype Interviews: May 12, 2018-May 15, 2018
  • Final interview at IITH campus: Last week of May.

Mobile: 900-00-21386; EMail: fhe@iith.ac.in.

For details, visit the official website link given here.

IIT Hyderabad Healthcare Fellowships

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