After Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, a high-level delegation from Chhattisgarh visited the Kochi-based Startup Village to learn about the incubation facility and explore ways to set up a similar facility in their state.
The delegation led by Rajat Kumar, joint secretary to the Chhattisgarh chief minister, held discussions with the top brass of Startup Village to understand its working model and their possible support and expertise in setting up a facility at Naya Raipur.
"We are very impressed with the whole ecosystem that the Union Department of Science and Technology, Kerala government and other players have together created here for the young entrepreneurs," Rajat Kumar said. "The Chhattisgarh government is also planning to start a project along similar lines at Naya Raipur, he added.
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