Indian School Of Startups

Indian School of Startups

Last Mile Problem

Indian School of Startups provides solutions that address the Last Mile Problem in employment.


Employment Incubator

The picture below describes various strategies innovated and adopted at the Indian School of Startups to address the Last Mile Problem and also outlines the general scope of services that it offers in this regard.


Livelihood Startups & Growth Startups

Livelihood Startups create livelihood opportunities and turn them into successful businesses. The focus is on the bottom line earning – self sustainability and helping entrepreneur earn a decent living

Growth Startups focus on the top line, generating a multifold growth year after year. The idea is to create unicorns through this strategy.


The key criteria that is identified for a startup business are: high ambition, innovativeness, scalability and fast growth.


We offer an Ecosystem that we helping extend to suit each Startup’s needs


Proud Incubatees


Founding CEO – Mahalovya Gauba


Mahalovya Gauba (Mike Gauba) is a born entrepreneur, launched his business career in mid eighties establishing a computer manufacturing outfit to service the automation needs of the businesses. During this time, he innovated a well received initiative “Soft Machines” to provide complete business solutions and established a business partnership with ASCII Corporation Japan to develop and offer software for their MSX machines. This business was funded by private investors to whom he later sold off his equity to venture into newer avenues. He was adjudged as one of the top budding entrepreneurs in IT.
He has held various senior positions during his career at Telstra Australia, Cap Gemini Asia Pacific and Huawei Technologies and has also significantly contributed to the launch of a number of mobile operators in the Asia Pacific region. He was also a professor at Korea University Business School, where he made major pioneering contributions to high technology marketing.
Mike is a qualified mechanical engineer and has a doctorate in digital signal processing from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. He studied biomedical sciences at All India Institute of Medical Sciences and interned at Helen Hayes Hospital, New York in rehabilitation engineering on a fellowship from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York.
He has lived and worked in more than twelve countries including the USA, Australia, India, Singapore, Germany, Philippines, Malaysia, South Korea, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Saudi Arabia, Oman etc.
He is currently based at Amritsar and helping incubate Chic Wall, &