Anyone who has completed Grade 11 or Grade 12 is eligible to
participate in the program. The applicant must not have enrolled
in a Bachelor’s program. Students must have access to a computer
and a stable internet connection for video calls. Please contact
us if you want to participate in this program but cannot meet
Students are required to commit at least 15 hours per week to
the program. The more time you can put into the program, the
more you'll likely get out of the program.
As long as you've completed at least a year in grade 11 you are
Yes, if you're not enrolled in a university yet, you are
eligible to apply again.
Yes! There is absolutely no cost to attend the program.
This program will be conducted virtually. All communication
will happen via video calls.
In the first week, students and mentors meet each other in
their individual teams and discuss how they will move forward as
a team to complete the project. All the teams will start their
project from day 1 itself. There will also be introductions,
games, and learning sessions for the whole cohort in the first
week. From the 2nd to the 7th week, the teams will focus on
working on their projects under the guidance of their allocated
mentor. The teams will wrap up their projects in the 8th week.
In the end, there will be a project showcase involving
distinguished guests. The team members will be flexible with
their individual working hours but will have to attend the
weekly meetings mandatorily.
No, we do not have any strict cut-offs.
All the applications will be considered on a holistic basis and
all the components of the application will be considered to
select a diverse and talented set of participants. We are
looking for a group with strong work-ethic, creativity, and
ambition. Check out our blog to know about the application
The mentors will already have prepared the general project idea
and its outline, which will be revealed to the students on the
first day. The students will be placed in teams where they work
on a single project. The project could range from any field:
biology, physics, computer science, economics, and arts (based
on the students' interests). The projects will involve either
writing a research paper or preparing a prototype of an app. In
the past, students of a computer science team created a
currency-recognition app for the visually impaired community
while the physics team researched the tilt angles of solar
panels according to different geographical belts in Nepal. You
can learn more about the projects in the
"Highlighted Projects" section of the
website or visit our
You will be assigned to projects based on your interests and
skills that are shown on your application.
If you are interested to be part of a Incubate Nepal as a
mentor for 2024 please fill up this
You will have the opportunity to collaborate with smart and
motivated individuals to work on real-world projects. You will
build a relationship with accomplished mentors from competitive
universities. You can also showcase your project in your CV to
gain an edge.
No. This program will feature projects across various
disciplines: natural sciences, engineering, economics,
humanities, and so on.
No priorities will be given to anyone. Your selection depends
on your application merit.
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