Decentro announces the second edition of The Great Indian Fintech Fellowship Program


 Decentro, India’s leading banking API Integration platform for businesses, has announced the second edition of The Great Indian Fintech Fellowship Program for young developers. The 2nd edition of India’s first-ever Fintech Fellowship Program will work towards making an impact on the young graduates and final-year students by providing them with an opportunity to set foot and make a mark in the dynamic Indian fintech industry.

The first edition of The Great Indian Fintech Fellowship witnessed 600+ applications. The fellows from last year’s edition worked on building Zerobalance, India’s first all-in-one integrated budgeting, tracking, and payments app.

The second edition of the fellowship will span from October 15 to December 15, over two months. It will provide young developers and engineers to work on cutting-edge fintech and banking APIs to solve real-world problems.

Announcing the second edition of The Great Indian Fintech Fellowship Program, Rohit Taneja, Founder & CEO, Decentro, said, “India’s Fintech adoption rate is at 87%, significantly higher than the global average rate of 64%. Our country is making waves globally for many financial models, such as UPI, and that in itself presents opportunity for speed and innovation. There’s immense scope and a lot left to accomplish in India’s second-highest funded industry. This fellowship program is an ambitious effort to identify to give young minds and developers a chance to work on the challenges and resolve them with with their unique ideas.

As a part of the fellowship program, young developers will receive a monthly grant of INR 50,000 per individual/team. They will also get coveted mentorship from the Decentro team to strengthen their developer portfolio by working on real-life business cases.

The fellowship applications are open until October 10 and interested participants can register themselves on and submit their application through the form. The selection will be based on each applicant’s application submission that identifies an existing pain point at large in the fintech space with a detailed thought process for solving it.

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