SOFTWARE Technology Parks of India (STPI), Ministry of Electronics and Information.Technology, Government of India has brought in Next Generation Incubation Scheme(NGIS) for Start-ups and simultaneously.
On 28th August 2020 by Hon’ble Minister of Electronics & IT, Communications, Law &Justice, Government of India, launched CHUNAUTI – Next Gen Startup Challenge Contest under this scheme.
In this context, STPI-Jaipur organized second outreach webinar session on Saturday, 5th September, 2020 to reach-out the potential participants. The session was addressed by eminent speakers and mentors like Dr. Jyotirmay Mathur, professor MNIT Jaipur and Head
& Secretary of MIIC, Sh. Mahavir Sharma, Chairman, TiE Global, Sh. Avadhesh Srivastava,Additional Director & Officer In-Charge, STPI-Jaipur, Sh. Rakesh Dubey, Additional Director STPI-HQ. The session was moderated by Sh. Sanjay Kumar, Additional Director STPI Noida.
NGIS is a pioneering initiative by Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology(MeitY), Government of India & STPI to build a world-class incubation ecosystem for identifying & nurturing start-ups working towards path-breaking software products for
addressing the futuristic problems in business and society, and transforming them to become tomorrow’s unicorns. Along with MeitY, STPI, MSH, STPINEXT INITIATIVES, a vast spectrum of industry, academia, investment and funding agencies joined hands to support the innovative product focussed start-ups in the most comprehensive manner. The key domain sunder the scheme are Edu-Tech, Agri-Tech & Fin-Tech Solutions for masses, Supply Chain,
Logistics & Transportation Management, Infrastructure & Remote Monitoring, Medical Healthcare, Diagnostic, Preventive & sychological Care, Jobs & Skilling, Linguistic Tools& Technologies.
Registration is open for participation in open challenge programme – CHUNAUTI – and the last date for submission of applications is 7th September 2020. A detailed to-do list is available on https://ngis.stpi.in .