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Former IIT students` Startup Master Class to begin from tomorrow

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Patna | Friday, Oct 12 2018 IST
Former Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) students' two day Startup Master Class (SMC) will start at IIT, Patna from tomorrow to encourage state`s youths to emerge as employment providers by starting their own startup companies.

IIT Kanpur alumni, who had launched Startup Master Class would apprise state`s youths of various aspects related to domain specialty and also help them develop new ideas, get knowledge about investments through various workshops, formulate strategy for ensuring success of any business and also understand development of technology.

Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi will inaugurate the 13th version of SMC at IIT, Patna campus.

The main speakers at the programme would be cyber security specialist at Prime Minister's Office (PMO) Gulshan Rai, Niti Aayog`s chief executive officer Amitabh Kant, Patna district magistrate Kumar Ravi and Bihar`s GST commissioner Ranjeet Kumar. In the two-day programme, workshops on cyber security, agriculture technology, IP, Smart manufacturing, product design and successful startup would be organised. Discussions would be held with 200 industry specialists, investors and consultants.

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