Entrepreneurs Must and Will Drive the Economic Boost: R. Ramanan

Entrepreneurs Must and Will Drive the Economic Boost: R. Ramanan

Two Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs) have been signed between Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, Atal Innovation Mission – Niti Ayog and Haryana Vishwakarma Skill University in Delhi.

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In order to build momentum towards creating a robust ecosystem for entrepreneurship in India, capacity building is need of the hour, said NITI Aayog‘s Atal Innovation Mission Director R. Ramanan.

Addressing an MoU signing event between Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA), Atal Innovation Mission – Niti Ayog and Haryana Vishwakarma Skill University, R. Ramanan dwelt on building the ecosystem for entrepreneurship in India through specific interventions such as Atal Tinkering Labs, Atal Incubation Centre. 

Two Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs) have been signed between Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, Atal Innovation Mission – Niti Ayog and Haryana Vishwakarma Skill University in Delhi.

Speaking on the occasion, Corporate Affairs Ministry Secretary Injeti Srinivas said that this collaboration can become a good model on synergetic action. In his Concluding Remarks he mentioned about the great opportunity provided by these partnerships on skill development and entrepreneurship, to align with the National Priority Areas.

He added that quality deliverables under these collaborations will go a long way in initiating and sustaining innovative approaches towards strengthening the enterprise movement in the country.

Earlier Joint Secretary, MCA and DG & CEO, IICA Gyaneshawar Kumar Singh said that the collaborations have ushered in a new journey heralding a new beginning.

He also said that the proposed collaborative initiatives are in complete sync with the objectives of the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs.

Raj Nehru, Vice Chancellor, Haryana Vishwakarma Skill Development University highlighted the need of rolling out industry-linked courses which impart real skills in addition to qualifications. Such courses will be a win-win situation for the institutions as well as the industry.

With an aim of enabling Indian youth acquire necessary skills and contribute towards making India a modern country, India has launched ‘Skilling India’ as a multi-skill development programme on mission mode for job creation and entrepreneurship skill development for all socio-economic classes.

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