CL Educate, a education and knowledge services provider, T-Hub, a start-up incubator and TiE Hyderabad have signed MoUs with premier institutions like IIT-BHU, IIT-ISM Dhanbad, IIIT Bangalore, corporates from both private and public sectors, start-ups and early investment funds.
These MoUs are aimed at capacity building in Institutions of India, providing research fellowships and scholarships, raising funds from corporates or angels, investors, and start-ups, patent and intellectual property management, mentoring and go-to-market and commercialisation.
The announcements in this regard were made on the eve of second edition of the two-day 'MeltingPot 2020 Innovation Summit 2017' which will get underway here from tomorrow.
CL Educate Chairman Satya Narayanan R said CL Educate and T-Hub have also signed a MoU with a leading public enterprise to work with 30 science and engineering colleges in Hyderabad and Telangana region to enable research and innovation.
"An investment to the tune of Rs 2.5 crore will be made by the PSU as part of its corporate social responsibility," he told reporters here.
The second edition of MeltingPot2020 will be focusing on "Israel The Start-Up Nation", the organisers said.
"MeltingPot 2020 will witness the signing of more such MoUs connecting eminent institutions, corporates, government bodies and investors and angel networks to impact the innovation and entrepreneurship landscape on a national and regional level," they said.
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