National Startup Day: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced that National Startup Day will be celebrated on January 16 every year.

Business Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Deepak Chaturvedi
Updated Saturday, 15 January 2022 12:11 PM IST

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a big statement in his interaction with startups on Saturday. He announced that from now on, January 16th will be celebrated as ‘National Startup Day’ every year.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a big statement in his interaction with startups on Saturday. He announced that from now on, January 16th will be celebrated as ‘National Startup Day’ every year.

Startups that hoisted the Indian flag

It is noteworthy that during his interaction with startup businessmen, Prime Minister Modi discussed various issues related to it. Speaking on the occasion, Prime Minister Modi said, “Our aim is to inculcate in the students an innovation in the country from an early age.” Today more than 9,000 Atal Tinkering Labs provide children with the opportunity to innovate and work on new ideas in schools. Modi said that on the occasion of National Startup Day, congratulations to all the innovative young people of the country who are hoisting the Indian flag in the world of startups.

Innovation must be freed from the web of government processes

In his speech, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the culture of startups should reach far-flung places and for this, it has been decided to celebrate National Startup Day on January 16 every year. Prime Minister Modi called for freeing entrepreneurship and innovation from the web of government processes. He said it was important to create an institutional mechanism to promote innovation.

India’s ranking has improved in the Innovation Index

Addressing a video conference, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India’s ranking in the Global Innovation Index has also improved significantly, adding that the ongoing campaign in India regarding innovations will have an impact. In 2015, India was ranked 81st in this ranking. India is now ranked 46th in the Innovation Index.

Don’t keep your dreams local, make them worldwide

Previously, even at the best of times only one or two large companies were formed, but last year 42 unicorns were made in our country. These companies worth thousands of crores are a hallmark of a confident India. Today, India is fast approaching the century mark. Startups from India can easily reach other countries in the world. So don’t keep your dreams local, make them worldwide.

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