In response to creating more entrepreneurs in the county, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath said in a statement that the start-up will soon be added as a subject. The students pursuing college will get a chance to learn more about entrepreneurship.
In addition to the course, the CM also proposed that one-year study leave will be given to the final year students for those in undergrad and post-graduation. ‘Students can avail internships and training in this leave” the minister added to his note. This will help in the creation of more job-creators than job-seekers.
Around one lakh students will take part as an initiation in the first tenue. This will allow the state to offer Rs2500 per month during the internship period. Also the government has signed an MoU with the Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) with a startup fund of 15 crores as an initial investment.
Many projects have been planned in the state. The Ganga Expressway estimate has been framed and is expected to start anytime soon.
Also the CM instructed to view the policies and norms that idealize the use of pharmaceutical products and medical equipments. He also asked the officials to submit a well-researched report on it.
As reported by the CM, there is no shortage of land in the state. The land bank possesses 1.66 lakh acres of land. The plans are being designed for the construction of parks and pharmaceutical industries.