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By MT Bureau| Nov 25, 2021

H-Social Creator 2021 To Focus On Road Safety, Environment, Clean India And Healthcare

Hyundai Motors India Foundation (HMIF) has announced the third edition of H-Social Creator. The 2021 edition of the programme encourages young minds to innovate in road safety, environment, clean India and healthcare.

Scaling up the programme for 2021, HMIF has invited students from Medical, Aeronautical, Defence, AI, IT, Engineering and Management to reach over 300,000 students across 150 colleges to create a sustainable and meaningful change.

HMIF will shortlist a total of 200 teams (400 students), and the winning idea will be awarded INR 1.5 million seed capital. All the 200 teams shortlisted will become a part of a core team of Social Youth Brand Ambassadors and work to motivate the youth to come up with big social impact ideas for the welfare of the masses and society.

The 2021 edition will start on 24 November 2021, and applications will be accepted till 5 January 2022. The Shortlisted teams will participate in a semi-final conducted across two zones ((Zone 1 – North and East and Zone 2 – West and South). 10 teams will be selected from the semi-final to compete in the finals planned to be held in Chennai in March 2022. Participants can visit www.hsocialcreator.in to gather more information.

S.S Kim, MD and CEO, HMIL, said, “Hyundai Motor India Foundation launched H-Social Creator with an idea to empower the youth of India to make a social impact that showcases a strong expression of ‘Beyond Mobility’ which is built on the pillars of Intelligent Technology, Sustainability and Innovation.  We believe young minds have immense potential to give solutions for societal issues through innovative ideas. Our goal is to foster new talent and equip them with the right mentorship to create ground-breaking ideas that elevate the quality of life across communities.” (MT)

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