Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet more than 200 startup entrepreneurs and chief executives. The meeting will be held to discuss about a range of issues including job creation, income growth and innovation at a session organised by federal policy think tank, NITI Aayog, a report by Live Mint said.

Modi will discuss with the start-up entrepreneurs issues such as job creation, income growth and innovation at a session organized by NITI Aayog.

Six groups of 35-40 have been formed among the entrepreneurs based on the core ideas on which they will work.

Startup owners who built their own businesses like Vijay Shekhar Sharma, owner of One97 Communications and Paytm are expected to attend the meet with PM Modi.

Along with Sharma the following entrepreneurs were named in the report -- Aashish Dhawan, founder and chairman of Central Square Foundation; Ananth Narayanan, chief executive of Myntra; Hari Menon, founder and chief executive of Bigbasket; Deepak Garg, chief executive of Rivigo; Naveen Tiwari, chief executive of Inmobi; Alok Bansal, co-founder and chief financial officer of Policy Bazaar; and Ritesh Agarwal, founder and chief executive at OYO Rooms.

PM Modi will spend about two and a half hours with the entrepreneurs and chief executives, listening to their ideas and suggestions on subjects such as digital economy, health and nutrition, travel and tourism, hospitality, financial sector reforms, sustainable growth, education and skill development, the report added.

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