January 16th will be celebrated as National Start-up Day PM Narendra Modi in Interacting with Startups Today – National Start-up Day: National Start-up Day will be celebrated every year on the 16th January, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced


Business Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: deepak chaturvedi
Updated Saturday, January 15, 2022 12:11 pm IST

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a big announcement during his interaction with startups on Saturday. He announced that from now on every year will be celebrated on January 16 as ‘National Start-up Day’.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a big announcement during his interaction with startups on Saturday. He announced that from now on every year will be celebrated on January 16 as ‘National Start-up Day’.

Startups raising the flag of India

Significantly, while interacting with emerging entrepreneurs, Prime Minister Modi discussed various related topics. On this occasion, PM Modi said, our effort is to create an attraction to innovation in the country from childhood among students. More than 9,000 Atal Tinkering Labs today give children the opportunity to innovate and work on new ideas in schools. Announcing the celebration of the National Startup Day, Modi said many congratulations to all the young innovators in the country, who are raising the Indian flag in the startup world.

Innovation must be free from the web of government processes

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said during his speech that this culture of startups must reach everywhere, for this it has been decided to celebrate January 16 of each year as the National Startups Day. PM Modi called for unleashing entrepreneurship, government process network innovation. He said that it is very important to create an institutional mechanism to promote innovation.

India’s ranking improved in the Innovation Index

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, addressing via video conference, said that the campaign being carried out in India regarding innovation has the effect that India’s ranking in the Global Innovation Index has also improved a lot. . In the year 2015, India was ranked 81st in this ranking. Now India is at number 46 in the Innovation Index.

Don’t keep your dreams local, make them global

Before, even in the best of cases, only one or two large companies could be formed, but last year 42 unicorns have been created in our country. These companies worth billions of rupees are the hallmark of a confident India. Today, India is rapidly moving into the century of the unicorn. Indian start-ups can easily reach out to other countries in the world. So don’t just keep your dreams local, make them global.


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