The Hult Prize is the world’s biggest engine for the launch of for-good, for profit startups emerging from universities in more than 100 countries with volunteers around the world. With a decade of impact, the Hult Prize has crafted challenges and helped launch startups that actively solve UN SDGs. Previous HP challenges include Global Food Crisis, Refugee Crisis, Harnessing the Power of Energy, Healthcare, and Education. Each year, the Hult Prize team issues a challenge which is broadcasted widely through its network of Campus Directors to Universities in over 100 countries. The program allows more students to compete around the world, leading to more ideas and ultimately more start-ups, each poised for radical impact. The winners of the Hult Prize Global Finals receive $1,000,000 in start-up capital. The Hult Prize Foundation has been featured in a TIME Magazine Cover Story highlighting the “Top 5 Ideas Changing the World”, and is also known as the "Nobel Prize for Students”. HULT Prize Hansraj was started in the year 2020 and has successfully conducted its On Campus events seeing a massive participation of the students from college. The society under the able leadership of the Core Team also conducted Live sessions with HULT Philippines and HULT Pakistan.