UP IT & Electronics Department providing investors to young entrepreneurs to boost innovation
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is trying his best to make the state a hub of innovation and to achieve this he is providing investors to young entrepreneurs. On the instructions of the CM, the UP IT and Electronics Department is motivating the youth for new innovations by arranging investors for them, the government gave this information through a release. Along with financial assistance, other concessions are also being made available to them by the department.
In order to provide investors to the entrepreneurs of the state, the department is organizing seminars in different districts of the state. For this, Bareilly, Kanpur and Lucknow have been selected for the first phase. Its biggest feature is that entrepreneurs are being made available to investors in their district itself, so that they do not have to move to Delhi, Hyderabad or Bangalore for their startup. The department is also getting a lot of success in this.
UP IT and Electronics Special Secretary Akshay Tripathi said that the youth of the state do not have to wander to other states to set up their own enterprise, for this Citizen Engagement Partner Program is being worked on. Youth setting up startups are being encouraged to interact with private investors through seminars and meetings in various districts. To fulfill this goal, the department has partnered with Divyanshu Shukla, the founder of the startup “Papswap-Policies Over Politics”. This startup is working closely with the Yogi government to take the benefits of the policies of the government to the common man at the grassroots level.
Papswap recently signed MoU with IT & Electronics Department of Uttar Pradesh as “Policy Engagement Partner”. Its main objective is to open new doors of innovation for startup entrepreneurs. Along with this, they have to help in providing all kinds of resources at the local level. Papswap is providing a platform for entrepreneurs to connect with potential investors, industrialists, learn about the latest trends in their industries as well as new business opportunities. These seminars are also helping entrepreneurs build a strong network of peers and mentors, which can be invaluable to their growth and success. After the success of the workshop at Rohilkhand Incubation Foundation (RIF) Bareilly on March 15, the workshop is also being organized at IIT Kanpur on March 23. After this workshop will be organized at AKTU Lucknow. (ANI)
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