To promote entrepreneurship, Rajasthan-govt sends 91 students to Silicon Valley
Rajasthan government has sent 91 students under "Student Startup Exposure Program" to Silicon Valley as part of its efforts to promote entrepreneurship in the state. As part of the two-week program, from August 26 to September 10, the students visited Stanford University's various departments, including AI center, nanofabrication research center, and department of computer engineering on the first day, an official statement said.
Students will get to learn various aspects of building start-up
The students will also get an opportunity to learn various aspects of building a start-up from renowned experts and receive mentorship to create a prototype and pitch it to prospective investors in Silicon Valley. According to the statement, during the program, the students will also get a chance to acquire on the job training at some eminent organizations and interact with successful founders.
'Student Startup Exposure Program' was launched in May 2018
'Student Startup Exposure Program' was launched in May 2018 by Rajasthan government's Department of IT and Communication. "This initiative... will certainly open the doors for students to make their entrepreneurship dream come true," said Akhil Arora, Principal Secretary at Department of IT and Communication.