March 30, 2021
Learn More About The Winners:
The CAPP Conversations
Produced by our CAPP Interns, the 4 students who won the competition!
The Opportunity to IDENTIFY and SHOWCASE HIGH-IMPACT Plastic Waste Reduction INITIATIVES in India
“MAKE THE CASE”
COMPETITION FOR STUDENTS IN INDIA’S
TOP BUSINESS SCHOOLS, TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE UNIVERSITIES
165 Teams Registered. 16 Teams Submitted Final Case Studies. 6 Teams Presented During Finals on March 30th! Total Prize Money: USD $5,000
5-30 November, 2020 : Registration
3 January, 2021: Teams Submit Summary Sheet Application
31 January, 2021: Shortlisted Finalists Notified
28 February, 2021 : Finalists Submit Case Studies
22 March, 2021: Announcement of Top 6 Finalists Invited to Present
30 March, 2021: Presentations, Panel and Award Ceremony
Total Prize Money: USD $5,000
Overall 1st Place Winning Team: USD $1,000
2nd Place Winning Team: USD $750
3rd Place Winning Team: USD $450
2 additional case study winners will be announced in each of the following 4 categories ($350 each winner):
- For Initiatives Offered by Business
- For Initiatives Offered by NGOs or Informal Organizations
- For Initiatives Offered by Local Municipalities
- For Initiatives Offered by a Stakeholder with Limited Resources
Here are some prizes for the winners
For Overall Winning Team:
One-month internship with an international organization working on plastic pollution
For Teams in the Finals
Publication of case studies in the reputed international journal of the Indian Plastics Institute
For 3 Top Overall Winning Teams
Opportunity to participate in an international discussion forum on plastic pollution and sustainability
For all Teams Who Submit Summary Sheet Applications
All submitted Exec Summaries will be presented online at CAPP.Global and CAPPIndia.in. Generate deserved recognition to the initiative your team selects
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Indian Plastics Institute
Indian Plastic Institute based out of India is an premier professional organization having more than 5000 members and one of the founders of PlastIndia. The focus of IPI is Plastic education and training, through DIPI courses, seminars, endowment lectures, journals, books and connects individuals, corporates and educational institutes. In recent times one of the focus areas is Sustainability & Recycling and has partnered with several organizations in India to promote and create awareness on subject and also work for plastic waste management.
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