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‘Start-Up Superstars’ (SSS) initiative has taken inspiration from the Government initiative of ‘Make in India’ and ‘The School Enterprise Challenge’ India’ together with the CBSE’s mission to develop key 21st-century skills amongst students including critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, collaboration and creativity by allowing students to experience being young entrepreneurs in the school.

 

Start-up businesses owned, staffed and operated by students.

Examples of what students learnt through this programme can be seen through this video. 

Core Guiding Principles of SSS:

  1. Students are given hands-on experience in planning, launching and running a real business, which is owned and operated by them.  

  2. The school provides an amount (decided by the school) to each class to set up and run the chosen Business.

  3. The Business is sustainable and may grow and develop year-on-year.

  4. SSS is integrated across the curriculum. 

  5. One Business per class is ultimately chosen, with each class member having a designated role in the Business Team structure. 

  6. Students further develop and practise key 21st-century skills including critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, collaboration and creativity.