During E Week India 2010, over 4,00,000 students across 400 academic institutes took part through a wide range of programs that included business plan competitions, mentoring and networking sessions, awareness campaigns and more.

E Week India 2011 is tipped to be bigger and better still! And there are a variety of ways in which you can get involved – check out what you like..

Attend and Post Events

Want to know what events are scheduled in your city? Visit our Events Calendar. You can sort by city and date – and decide what you want to attend. Also, if you are aware of interesting events happening during E Week, go ahead and post the details on the calendar.

Go to E Week 2011 Events >>

Download Resources

To help you add more colour to your E Week celebrations, we’ve got several branded materials that you can use. Banners, posters, press releases—all that you might need to market your E Week festivities.

Download Resources >>

Activity Ideas

Organizing activities during E Week adds flavor to the fun! To get you started, we’ve lined up a host of activities that you can choose from.

Check out Activity Ideas >>

Share Ideas@Work

Read about startups that are providing innovative solutions to India’s biggest challenges and share their stories with your friends.

Read Ideas@Work stories >>

Connect to Our Community

Join us on Facebook, Twitter and our Community Portal – NEN 360, to interact and network with thousands of entrepreneurial people across the country.

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Tell us your story

Got an attention-grabbing, fun E Week story to share? Doing any interesting stuff? Great! Go ahead and blog about it on our Community Portal – NEN 360.
Note: The link below will take you to NEN 360. Please sign up as a user to post your story and view stories by people celebrating E Week across the country.

Go to NEN 360 Blogs >>

Share your photos

Got photos from E Week India 2011 that you want to share with your friends and the rest of the NEN Community? Send them to us at and we’ll showcase them on the ‘Gallery’ at the E Week India 2011 website.