Mumbai: 25th April: –
The youth of Maharashtra has great potential. Continuous efforts are being made by the Maharashtra government for opening up the start of the world market for new start ups. It is important for the Governor to believe that creating an Innovation Hub in Maharashtra will be important for this effort. Professor Vidyasagar Rao has expressed this here today.
A presentation was made at Raj Bhavan about the unique concept of the innovative hub of the T-Hub Institute which has inspired the ventilator for the new entrepreneurs. Governor Vidyasagar Rao was speaking during the meeting.
At this time, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has definitely made efforts for the exchange of entrepreneurial activities in the country and abroad for the development of new entrepreneurs in the state. It is mentioned that Innovation Hub will be useful.
For this, through the coordination of T-Hub and NASCAM institutions, a variety of opportunities and options should be examined through a study group. The Chief Minister, Shri. Fadnavis said at this time.
Finance Minister and Planning Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar was present on the occasion. Vice Chancellor of Mumbai University in the discussions this time. Devanand Shinde, Principal Secretary, Department of Information Technology V. R. Srinivas, secretary of skill development and entrepreneurship department Asim Kumar Gupta, Governor’s Secretary Venu Gopal Reddy, Chief Minister’s Special Works Officer, Kaustubh Dhawse, Project Director of Risa Meena Rajeev Lochan, Nasam’s founder Harish Mehta, Nashik Divisional Chairman Chetan Samant, K. s. Viswanathan participated. The founder of T-Hub concept B. V. R. Mohan Reddy, T-Hub CEO Jai Krishnan, Srinivasa Kollipra laid out the concept of Innovation Hub in detail.