Welham Boys' School

NewsSUSTAINNOVATION'- An Online Young Social Entrepreneurship Conclave 21-09-2020

Young minds coming to the fore with new ideas is always an intellectually stimulating experience. The first ever International Round Square Conclave in collaboration with Young Social Entrepreneurs was conducted by the Welham Boys' School which was attended by 200 participants from 32 schools from India and abroad. The innovative theme for the conference was 'Sustainnovation' which set the platform for a free flow of ideas.
 
Welham Boys' hosts 'SUSTAINNOVATION'- An Online Young Social Entrepreneurship Conclave
 
'SUSTAINNOVATION', an online Young Social Entrepreneurship Conclave, an initiative of Welham Boys' School under the Round Square umbrella was held between September 21 and 27, 2020. Ms. Kanika Sharma and Mr. Gaurav Sharma, both budding young social entrepreneurs who have been at the forefront of 'Make in India' spoke at the inauguration about their project with more than 200 students from 32 participating schools.
 
The Round Square Representative from Welham Boys' School, Mr. Rajeev Bhatia welcomed the delegates and said that the biggest take-away from the conclave for the participants would be their exposure to sustainable development and of course, the experiences they would draw from the collaborative activities designed to cross pollinate and encourage innovative thinking. Accordingly, the week saw the participants engrossed in three different activities: Article on Business and Economics, Social Entrepreneurship Case Study and Entrepreneurship Project Video Making. This majorly involved brainstorming sessions on various issues, which then resulted in the participants coming up with innovative products and services. Some of these involved ways and means to combat the existing pandemic.
 
The conclave concluded on September 27 after participants presented individual case studies which were then discussed and analysed. During the closing ceremony, the moderators summarised the events of their baraza sessions that had brought important issues to the fore.
 
Ms. Sangeeta Kain, Principal, Welham Boys' School appreciated the efforts put in by all concerned. She expressed her desire that most of these great ideas now needed to be taken to the next level, and must be implemented by students in the future. The event concluded with the student head of the conference formally closing the event.

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Welham Boys’ School started life as Welham Preparatory School way back in 1937, when Ms. Oliphant invested her humble capital and started the School in a rented building, which she called White House. Later, she rented another building Bethany that today is our dining hall. Welham Boys’ School started life as Welham Preparatory School way back in 1937, when Ms. Oliphant invested her humble capital and started the School in a rented building, which she called White House. Later, she rented another building Bethany that today is our dining hall. Welham Boys’ School started life as Welham Preparatory School way back in 1937, when Ms. Oliphant invested her humble capital and started the School in a rented building, which she called White House. Later, she rented another building Bethany that today is our dining hall.