1000 student-led startups chosen for Delhi govt Business Blaster programme


On Saturday, the Delhi government mentioned that as many as 1000 student-led startups, out of 51,000 ideas, have been selected for the next round of the Delhi government’s Business Blaster programme.

Delhi Deputy CM, who also holds the education portfolio, Manish Sisodia, said that these student entrepreneurs, from the Arvind Kejriwal government’s school start-up programme, will bring back the glory of India which was known as ”Sone Ki Chidiya” (Golden Bird) in the past.

“They will develop companies where students from across the world will wish to work,” he said, reported by PTI.

1000 students led startups selected for Round 2

The official statement read that out of 51,000 startup ideas, 1000 student-led startups have been selected for round 2 of the Business Blasters programme. Of this, 100 startups will be selected for Round 3.

“We need to eliminate the obsession of procuring a job after completing education. I believe, now that our business blasters have conquered their fears, they will bring new changes in the country,” said AAP MLA Atishi, as reported by PTI.