Just a couple of months after launching startup policy, Haryana government has announced setting up of two entrepreneur centres in the state aims at facilitating growth by promoting entrepreneurship among the youth of the region.
Vipul Goel, MLA in the Haryana government informed about the latest development through his official twitter handle.
To provide infrastructure support to start-ups, 2 Entrepreneur Centre will be developed in Haryana. pic.twitter.com/1QULqMPrqg
— Vipul Goel (@VipulGoelBJP) October 18, 2017
The Minister informed that the government is taking this initiative with the larger motive of promoting startup ecosystem in the region.
As a part of the initiative, one entrepreneur centre would be developed in Gurugram, spread over a land measuring 2 acres. The other centre is to be established in the Panchkula region spread over a land measuring 6.5 acres. The Minister further informed that these centres are being set up with an infrastructure that is well connected with other institutions including academia, corporate, research institutions as well as government sectors.
Earlier last month, the state govt had also announced setting up of first Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) in Gurugram under Haryana’s new state startup policy.