“Anything can be done, as long as you truly believe it.”

To achieve big you need to dream big. And this is what makes young minds so special, unafraid and creative. Fear of the unknown is not something that exists for them. They dream big and open-eyed, work hard and turn their dreams into real unbelievable success stories.
Thus today we will get to know some of the youngest entrepreneurs of India who turned their dreams into reality.

1. Tilak Mehta, Founder of Papers N Pencils

Youngest Entrepreneurs , founder of Papers N Pencils Tilak Mehta is a normal school-going kid from the suburban part of Mumbai. He made a Digital Courier Company which provides a One-Day parcel service. Tilak conceptualised this concept , with the assistance of the services of Mumbai Dabbawalas. The venture was launched in 2018.

Youngest Entrepreneur, founder of Papers N Pencils Tilak Mehta is a normal school-going kid from the suburban part of Mumbai. He made a Digital Courier Company which provides a One-Day parcel service.

The idea for this logistics business struck him when he needed some textbooks from the other side of the town urgently; his family lives within the Mumbai suburbs. His father had just returned from work, exhausted, and therefore the boy didn’t have the guts to ask him.

Today, partnering with the Dabbawalas of Mumbai, he provides over 1200 deliveries each day . He is the youngest Forbes panellist, a TEDx speaker and the Youngest Entrepreneurs awardee.

2. Shravan and Sanjay Kumaran, Founders of GoDimensions

The Kumaran brothers are identified as the youngest mobile application developers in India. Founders of the company GoDimensions, the Kumaran brothers learnt coding through reading a lot of books on coding and solved all the problems in the books until they got good enough to develop their programs and applications.

They have developed over 11 applications and also released a couple of Windows apps. This duo has been creating apps for both ios and android devices. In all this, they had their father Kumaran Surendran, who is the Associate Vice President at Cognizant Technology Solutions, backing them up.

he Kumaran brothers are identified as the youngest mobile application developers in India. Founders of the company GoDimensions, the Kumaran brothers learnt coding through reading a lot of books on coding and solved all the problems in the books until they got good enough to develop their programs and applications.

Their first app was Catch me, Cop, on the iOS that involved capturing an escaped convict. Other apps on the iOS include Alphabets Board, Prayer Planet, Car Racing, Super Hero Jetpack, Color Palette and an emergency dialer both for elders and youngsters called Emergency Booth.

Their apps have an average rating of 4.5 and over 70 thousand downloads is enough evidence of their success.

3. Advait Thakur, Founder & CEO, Apex Infosys India

Advait Thakur at the age of 17 is a skilled professional in artificial intelligence and cloud platforms as well as a Microsoft and Google certified computer programmer.

He started learning programming at the age of 6 and at the age of nine years only he had successfully launched his website. Intending to help the kids learn about science and technology, he built the app “Technology Quiz”.

After completing his education at DAV Public School, New Panvel, Advait now works as the CEO of his company Apex Infosys India.

Advait Thakur at the age of 17 is a skilled professional in artificial intelligence and cloud platforms as well as a Microsoft and Google certified computer programmer.

He has built “Autism Awareness” for google and provided free services to two NGOs.

Apex Infosys India, Advait’s firm is an accredited domain name registrar and website hosting service provider. It is also associated with services related to Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), digital solutions, and machine learning. 

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4. ROHIT KASHYAP, FOUNDER OF MAYTREE SCHOOL OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP

The 18-year-old Karamveer Chakra Awardee, Rohit Kashyap is a boy who comes from a small town in Bihar. 

He’s the founder of Maytree School of Entrepreneurship, a virtual entrepreneurship school that allows young people to build new things. 

Even after lacking in resources, Rohit was winning olympiads and even ranked under 1000 in the ICAI Commerce Wizard. He ended up receiving over 350 calls in 45 days when he wanted to help other kids achieve the same. This gave him the idea of creating Maytree a school to help young brains and at the age of 14, he created Maytree School of Entrepreneurship.

The 18-year-old Karamveer Chakra Awardee, Rohit Kashyap is a boy who comes from a small town in Bihar. He's the founder of Maytree School of Entrepreneurship, a virtual entrepreneurship school that allows young people to build new things.

Rohit is also an influencer on Quora, had been a part of several international university boot camps.

Maytree school targets to design courses on Entrepreneurship, Digital Marketing, Personal Branding, and Leadership for 500+ colleges in India over the next two years.

5. AKHILENDRA SAHU, FOUNDER OF ASTNT TECHNOLOGIES PVT LTD

Akhilendra Sahu entered the digital market as a freelancer at the age of 16. He has been named in the list of the world’s youngest entrepreneurs in serial for good reason. At the age of just 19, he is one of the world’s youngest entrepreneurs in serial and also the founder and the CEO of ASTNT Technologies Pvt Ltd.

His company has various subsidiary companies including Technical Next, StartUp199, FoodChilli, FameUp, Fcertify, ASTNT Media and therefore the recently launched InfinityFame.

Akhilendra is a pro in social media marketing who has transformed the lives of many individuals as influencers. Besides this, Sahu has even helped many brands get the simplest online exposure.

Akhilendra Sahu entered the digital market as a freelancer at the age of 16. He has been named the world’s youngest serial entrepreneur and for good reason.

His companies serve major clients from everywhere on the planet, making him also one of the foremost successful CEOs in the world. That’s all for now. All these young people prove that there is nothing you cannot achieve if you believe in yourself and age is not a restriction.

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Urmika Dabas

By Urmika Dabas

My life's philosophy is Change is the only constant. Keep evolving and growing. Do what you love and give your 100% to whatever you do!❤️ An artist, reader and a Dreamer. Envision. Aim. Achieve.💯💫

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