Who Is Anoushka Jolly, Anti Bullying App Shark Tank India – Age, Instagram, and, more!: The first Indian business reality television series that telecast on SET India. The show is the Indian franchise of the American show and this platform gives chances to the entrepreneurs whose ideas are unique but need investors. As the concept is already known the entrepreneurs make business presentations to a panel of investors or sharks who decided whether they want to invest in their company. Talking about the latest episode of the show, Gurugram based Anoushka Jolly became the youngest contestant to pitch her entrepreneurial idea on a Television reality show Shark Tank India. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Who Is Anoushka Jolly?
The sight of a fellow student being mocked at the time of the school function 5 years back is inscribed deep in the memories of Anoushka Jolly. But for this 13-year-old, that incident became the push to begin a social initiative to stop bullying and provide a platform for pupils as well as parents to report unnamed. The “Anti Bullying Squad (ABS)”, with support from educational institutions, experts, and social organizations, has positively impacted over 2,000 pupils from around 100 schools and universities, said Joly as she spoke about the digital platform, she created 3 years back.
Anti Bullying App Shark Tank India
The 8th class student has also come up with a phone application called “Kavach” and it permits pupils and parents to report incidents of bullying anonymously, giving chances to counselors and schools to courteously moderate and take action. The incident of the girl being bullied “got registered in my remembrance and I still cannot forget her face”, she was frightened and felt helpless, stated Ms. Jolly, who was 9 years old at that time. She stated “I was attending the school annual day when my pals decided to bully the 6-year-old girl who they discovered annoying. They walked up to her and began calling her names and laughed at her.
“Soon, I realized how the common issues are and watched several other children of my age being sufferers of bullying and losing confidence,” stated Ms. Jolly whose social initiative not only made her the youngest participant to pitch her entrepreneurial idea on the Television reality show Shark Tank India but also landed her a funding offer of Rs 50 Lakh. The Pathways School, Gurugram, a pupil wants to construct a strong network of anti-bullying ambassadors, who will track the progress of those impacted directly or indirectly through the platform and application.
Ms. Jolly informed PTI that “I have been running the ABS digital platform for over 3 years with a goal of spreading awareness about bullying which leaves many blemished and desolated. The platform acts as a community where specialists come together to organize one-on-one sessions in schools against bullying.”