US-headquartered technology company Google has reportedly announced its ‘Solve for India’ programme with an aim to support entrepreneurs and developers of the country.
As per a report by Financial Express, the company has launched an initiative to back the new wave of entrepreneurs from Tier II cities like Pune, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Kochi, Indore, Nagpur, Nashik, Madurai, Kanpur, and Chennai.
The programme aims to push developers to create solutions for these cities and enhance connectivity across areas.
An official statement from Google said, “The programme will provide a platform for developers, entrepreneurs in Tier II cities to hear from experts and learn about the latest Google technologies and get access to direct mentoring and support from Google.”
The programme will allow entrepreneurs to connect with Google engineers, who will share product usage insights, training on how to develop mobile first solutions with strong offline and language capabilities and assist them to build solutions in various sectors.
Additionally, for web developers, Google will provide training from experts in Android, Firebase, Machine learning, Cloud APIs, Progressive Web Apps, and Indian Language Translation solutions.