Gujarat government launched India’s first student startup and innovation policy with an aim to provide Rs 200 crore in the form of grants to ideas developed by students. The policy aims to support over 1,000 innovation per year in the state and create pre-incubation support in all universities of the state.
Charotar University of Science And Technology (CHARUSAT) has received Rs 10 lakh grant under student start up innovation policy (SSIP) of Gujarat government.
CHARUSAT is NAAC ‘A’ accredited university, During the grant disbursement ceremony and inauguration of ‘Smart Gujarat for new India hackathon – 2017’, 12 universities and as many academic institutes were announced as beneficiaries of the policy.
Charotar University of Science And Technology (CHARUSAT) – Entrepreneurship Development and Incubation Center (EDIC) coordinated by Indukaka Ipcowala Institute of Management (I2IM) Declared to be supported by Govt. of Gujarat under Student Startup and Innovation Policy (SSIP) for strengthening Entrepreneurship Ventures at Mahatma Mandir – Gandhinagar.
Dr. Givind B Dave, Dean – Faculty of Management Studies, Principal Indukaka Ipcowala Institute of Management (I2IM), Coordinator- Entrepreneurship Development and Incubation Center (EDIC) received a Cheque of Rs 10 Lacks from Shri Vijay Rupani – Chief Minister of Gujarat.
“The fund granted by the Govt. will be used for strengthening the Entrepreneurship eco system” Said Surendra Patel, President of CHARUSAT