National Social Entrepreneurship Forum

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National Social Entrepreneurship Forum
Founded February 2009
Type Non Profit
  • Headquarters in Bangalore, Karnataka, India

National Social Entrepreneurship Forum (NSEF) is an award winning[1] non-profit organization supporting youth-driven social innovations & entrepreneurship in India.


National Social Entrepreneurship Forum (NSEF) founded by Yashveer Singh[2] and Srikumar Murthy G in the year 2009 at Bangalore, India. Since its inception, NSEF has undertaken social entrepreneurial activities in several academic institutes[3] and cities[4] across India and has worked in collaboration with various organizations such as Villgro, Samhita Social Ventures, NASSCOM Social Innovation Honours Ashoka:_Innovators_for_the_Public#Changemakers, and Sankalp Forum to enable youth-driven social innovations and young social entrepreneurs. NSEF has successfully trained and inspired thousands of students through its programs across India.


  • NSEF Idea Conferences[5] - A platform to educate students about social innovations and to provide them with a launch pad for their social entrepreneurial ideas.
  • NSEF Authors of Change Program[6] - A solutions delivery program for key challenges that social organizations are facing, by connecting them to student talent from across the country through internships.
  • NSEF Fellowship[7] - A support program for students who start social ventures after completing college, to connect them with the resources and network they would need to grow their ventures.


Founders and Key Team Members recognized as:


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External links[edit]

National Social Entrepreneurship Forum