Mangaluru: CanBank YenFame Awards 2019 held at Yenepoya Institute of Technology

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Mangaluru, Feb 11: CanBank YenFame Awards with tagline 'Empowering Emerging Start Ups' powered by Trainident was held on February 9 at Yenepoya Institute of Technology.

The programme started with high tea. Prof Austin Pais, assistant professor in E&C department as well as CEO and Founder, Trainident, the organiser welcomed the gathering.

Reese Matthew, bank manager, Collectors Gate was florally welcomed by the principal Dr R G D’Souza.

Prof Austin Pais florally welcomed Yenepoya Abdulla Javeed- director (operations), Yenepoya Group.

The winners spoke about their journey and challenges faced by them. They also thanked YIT for recognising them and giving them a platform to express their experiences.

Singing and dance performances from YIT band and YIT Dance Troupe were conducted. The award ceremony ended with networking and fellowship dinner. Around 70 delegates including family members of winners were present. The winners were as follows:

Women entrepreneur:

Swaroop Rani- Coresight Research

Michelle- My Road Runner

Mariam- Baker’s Treat

Nithasha Shetty- Image Consultant

Most promising start up:

Alt-Er Marketing Management

Yashivam Holidays


My Road Runner

Best social enterprise:

APD Foundation

Most promising CEO:

Prajwal Vas - Plangle Studio Pvt Ltd

Functional Digitalisation (operations)

Digital Solution Hut

Entrepreneur (service):

Jeethan Castelino

Fastest growing enterprise:

Abhijnya Education Pvt Ltd

Outstanding skills in innovation:


Nlite Energy

Best idea award:

Jeethan Castelino

Aravinda Beliraya

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