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MSH aims to onboard 10,000 start-ups from 3,000 currently in next 3-4 years

MSH has launched schemes with total corpus of Rs 700 crore, intends to bring corporate and national start-up mentorship ecosystems on a single digital platform

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MSH is partnered with 20 corporate accelerators across the country to run accelerator programmes for start-ups, revealed AK Garg, Senior Director of MeitY.

Aryaman Gupta New Delhi
The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) plans to increase the number of tech start-ups supported under the MeitY Start-Up Hub (MSH) from 3,000 currently to 10,000 in the coming 3-4 years, the Ministry said in an interactive session organized by MSH on Tuesday.

MSH was created as a national platform focused on promoting technology innovation, start-ups and the creation of intellectual properties, the Ministry said in a statement.

MSH has launched schemes with a total corpus of about Rs 700 crore to aid start-ups in the country, said AK Garg, Senior Director of MeitY. He added

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First Published: Aug 30 2022 | 9:48 PM IST

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