New Delhi: Dr Jitendra Singh, Union Minister for Science and Technology, who was the special guest at the Start-up India Conference in Delhi.
With the move by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the number of start-ups has increased from 300 to 70,000 in the last eight years. Start-ups will determine India’s future economy. Start-ups will be a key pillar of global economic growth.
India is the third largest country in the world in promoting start-ups. Start-ups need to integrate with research, education, and industry.
Start-ups should be started in other fields followed by information technology, computer and telecommunications.
There are more opportunities to start start-up companies in agriculture and dairy.