Celebrating the third edition of IT Day in Jaipur last month with e-Mitra Connect, Hackathon 4.0, Tech Rush and Eduhack initiatives, Rajasthan government has just stepped up its startup policy and promotion in the state.
‘Corporates can’t alone develop the infrastructure and lead the innovation game’. The states are now learning the nitty-gritty of investments which by the way follow innovations riding over states’ policy and infrastructure. Bihar, Odisha and Rajasthan are now rushing to perform better in this startup game following the formula already adopted by Karnataka and a few other states.
NITI Aayog, the policy think tank of the Government of India(GOI), is in the process to set the game-rules for new verticals and platforms untouched so far. This includes blockchain and Artificial Intelligence(AI).
Let’s take a look at the developments pertaining to the startup policies this month!
Goa Govt To Roll Out IT Startup Schemes Soon
In a bid to give a big push to the ‘Startup India’ campaign in Goa, Rohan Ashok Khaunte, the state’s Minister for Information and Technology said that the incentives under the Goa Startup Policy have been finalised and will be sent for cabinet approval.
Goa’s revamped IT startup scheme, which aims to focus on generating employment and incentives for Goan entrepreneurs and startups, will be implemented within 20 days.