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Dr. Jitendra Singh Attends National Conference on Skill, Startup & Entrepreneurship at NIT Srinagar

Srinagar, June 30, 2024: Dr. Jitendra Singh, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Science and Technology, Earth Sciences, and other portfolios, attended the National Conference on Skill, Startup, and Entrepreneurship in Education (RASE 2024) at the National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar today.
As the Chief Guest on the second day of the conference, Dr. Singh addressed the participants, discussing the initiatives and measures taken by the Government of India to support startups and entrepreneurship in the education sector of Jammu and Kashmir. He highlighted the government’s commitment to fostering innovation, skill development, and economic growth in the region.
Dr. Singh elaborated on various government programs designed to support budding entrepreneurs, including funding opportunities, mentorship schemes, and incubation centers. He emphasized the crucial role educational institutions like NIT Srinagar play in nurturing talent and providing resources for students to turn their innovative ideas into successful ventures.
He also stressed the importance of building a strong startup ecosystem in Jammu and Kashmir to drive job creation and sustainable development. Dr. Singh encouraged participants to seize the available opportunities and contribute to national progress through their entrepreneurial efforts.
The RASE 2024 conference brings together educators, policymakers, industry leaders, and students to explore strategies for integrating skill development, startup culture, and entrepreneurship into the education system.

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