Speaking to reporters at the state Secretariat, Khaunte said that the objective of the scheme was to create job givers and not job seekers and stop the brain drain, especially in technology.
"The Cabinet has approved the start-up policy. The whole idea is to create start-ups. We want to ensure that those passing out from Goa's educational institutions should not leave the state," Khaunte said.
"We want to create a start-up culture where youth become job givers and not job seekers."
The policy, he said, looks at starting incubation centres and the areas of focus are artificial intelligence, robotics and others.
"The scheme has been formulated by talking to people in the industry. It is an industry-friendly scheme," he said.
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