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Stand-up India, Start-up India played significant role in empowering entrepreneurs: Yashodhara Bajoria

At an event hosted by the public broadcaster Prasar Bharti on Saturday, young businesspeople and athletes gathered to applaud the policies of the Modi administration over the previous nine years.

Ritesh Agarwal, the chief executive of OYO Rooms, who attended the event, stated that government policies had encouraged the development of a number of innovations that are now a part of everyday life.

According to a press release from the Information and Broadcasting (I&B) Ministry, Yashodhara Bajoria, Director, Espresso Technologies, programs like Stand up India and Startup India have played a significant role in empowering entrepreneurs.

According to Bajoria, programs like Stand up India and Start up India have been extremely important in empowering entrepreneurs. She cited the case of a female farmer who is currently able to sell her produce using the government’s Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC) platform.

“Farmer Producer Organizations and Self-Help Groups have given ground-level support to farmers and people in remote areas as well. The government deserves huge credit for institutionalizing these types of support to the people, giving a level playing field even to small entrepreneurs,” she said at a session titled “Yuva Shakti: Galvanizing India”.

The session took place at the conference “National Conclave: 9 Saal- Seva, Sushasan, Gareeb Kalyan”, which was put on by Prasar Bharati.

The government has done a great job investing in sports infrastructure at the grassroots level, according to a panelist at the session and former Indian hockey captain Viren Rasquinha.

Boxer Akhil Kumar said, “Future is bright for Indian sportspersons, with schemes such as Khelo India and Fit India”.

The government, according to musician Amaan Ali Bangash, is doing a lot for the younger generation.

He remarked that it is amazing how the government has supported and elevated talented young people from small towns and villages.

Actor Rishab Shetty, who was present, stated that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked filmmakers to share the distinctive stories of India with the rest of the world.




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