Once called the ‘Land of kings’, and known majorly as a tourist destination, India’s largest state Rajasthan is now posing as a top contender in DIPP’s state ranking challenge. Being home to over 750 startups, multiple accelerator as well as incubator groups, the state government is leaving no stone unturned to pave way for a robust startup infrastructure to nurture innovation and foster the spirit of entrepreneurship in the state.
While an attempt has been made to set the right direction for the startup ecosystem stakeholders with the startup as well as IT/ITES policies, considerable efforts have been taken to strengthen the entrepreneurship roots right from the ground up in the state.
For instance, in the month of January, the state information technology and communications department in Rajasthan announced its plans to help promote startups by college students with an aim to support 500 of the top student developers to create startups.
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