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Airveda
07 Dec
2016
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In Startup50 2016: For its unique product, sophisticated technology that is made in India and for the potential impact it can have in an area where there is very little startup activity.

WhitePrint
07 Dec
2016
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In Startup50 2016For creating India’s First English Lifestyle Magazine in Braille for the blind

Local Circles
07 Dec
2016
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In Startup50 2016: For building a platform for citizens to partner with the local government bodies and address hyper-local, community-based and national issues ranging from healthcare and education to women and child safety, and crime.

Nalanda Learning
07 Dec
2016
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In Startup50 2016: For building a robust, profitable business model and socially impacting the lives of 2,500 students across 83 schools in 2015.

Unacademy
07 Dec
2016
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In Startup50 2016:For building India’s largest free education platform with 2400 courses and 300,000 students

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