Total 1,000 student-led startups out of 51,000 idea proposals selected for the Business Blasters program of the Delhi government. Manish Sisodia said that the startup program of Arvind Kejriwal government school will bring rise to the glory of India. And will be again called the same as when India was known as ‘Sone Ki Chidiya’ in the past.
Moreover, Sisodia said that they will generate companies where students from around the world will wish to work. According to the official report, thousand student-led startups were selected to compete in the Business Blasters program 2nd round. Besides, out of 1000 selected startups, 100 will select for the 3rd round.
The Delhi government’s Business Blaster program is the first substantial school start-up initiative. The Deputy Chief Minister stated, “Our youth is competent to make India a developed nation. As a larger part of the county is shared by youth. Further, we must eradicate the job-seeking belief from the youth. And, cultivate an entrepreneurship mindset.”
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RITESH MALIK AND SWATI BHARGAVA SHARE TIPS
During the master class, Ritesh Malik, CEO of ‘Innov8 Co-working’. And Swati Bhargava, founder of ’CashKaro’ and ’Earn Karo’ startups shared tips with the government school students. Malik asserted that to build a successful business, three things need to be remembered.
Firstly, recognition of business ideas. Secondly, willingness to take risks. Lastly, passion to implement the ideas. Moreover, he said not to only think about earning money from the business.
On the other hand, Swati Bhargava talks about how to raise funds for businesses. She focused on proper planning to take forward the businesses. And said India falls under the category of one of the biggest markets around the world. She adds, “A small start-up can transform into a big company through a team. Hence, it is important to own an effective team.”
Additionally, AAP MLA Atishi shared his views on this. She said that the Blasters program will lead to new changes. Moreover, it will help in the discontinuation of the notion of finding jobs after education among the youth.
Further, Sisodia affirmed how he got impressed after seeing the success of Delhi schools’ young entrepreneurs. He said that 600 people have already volunteered to invest a huge amount of Rs 11 crore in their business ideas.