Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a big announcement on Saturday. During the interaction with the start-ups, PM Modi said that from now onwards every year 16 January will be celebrated as National Start-up Day in the country. Along with this, PM Modi said that the aim is that this culture of start-ups should reach the far-flung areas of the country.
Published: January 15, 2022 01:43:44 pm
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday 15 January interacted with startups across the country to strengthen the startup ecosystem in the country. During this, he also made a big announcement. PM Modi said that from now on January 16 every year will be celebrated as National Start-up Day in the country. He said that start-ups are raising India’s stature all over the world. This is the reason why it has been decided to celebrate January 16 as National Start-up Day to increase the reach of start-ups to far flung areas across the country.
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January 16 to be celebrated as ‘National Start-up Day’: PM Modi at interaction with start-ups, today pic.twitter.com/W7TXA32fCR– ANI (@ANI) January 15, 2022
This decade of India Techade
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that more than 9000 Atal Tinkering Labs are giving children an opportunity to innovate in schools and work on new ideas. This decade is being called the Techade of India. In fact, in this decade, the government is making massive changes to strengthen the innovation, entrepreneurship and start-up ecosystem.
In his address, PM Modi said that the campaign that is going on in India regarding innovation, has the effect of that there has been a tremendous improvement in the country’s ranking in the Global Innovation Index. He told that in the year 2015, where India was ranked 81 in this ranking, now it has improved to number 46.
The Prime Minister said that the participation of start-ups will be very important in New India. He said that in the year 2013-14, where 4,000 patents were approved, last year more than 28,000 patents were granted. Similarly, about 70 thousand trademarks were registered, which has increased to 2.5 lakh in the last year. In 2014, where only 4 thousand copyrights were granted, they have now crossed 16 thousand.
42 companies became unicorns
PM Modi said that while one or two big companies used to move ahead, 42 companies have become unicorns in the country last year. These companies worth thousands of crores are the hallmark of a confident India.
Source: Patrika : India's Leading Hindi News Portal by www.patrika.com.
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