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Delhi govt’s Business Blasters programme in private schools too from next year: Sisodia

Sisodia, who also holds the education portfolio, said that big global companies such as Facebook and Twitter should emerge out of India too.

By: PTI | New Delhi |
Updated: March 6, 2022 9:48:17 am
Manish Sisodia, Business BlastersManish Sisodia was speaking at the Business Blasters Investment Summit and Expo at the Thyagraj Stadium. (Representative image)

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia Saturday said the city government’s Business Blasters programme, which aims to encourage entrepreneurial mindset among students, will be started in private schools also from next year.

He was speaking at the Business Blasters Investment Summit and Expo at the Thyagraj Stadium here where over 100 business ideas of government school students were presented to investors.

“The Business Blasters programme will also be extended to private schools from next year. A meeting will be held on March 7 to discuss how it can be rolled out in private schools,” Sisodia said at the event.

Sisodia, who also holds the education portfolio, said that big global companies such as Facebook and Twitter should emerge out of India too.
He said that Business Blasters programme develops entrepreneurial mindset among students.

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Business Blasters is the Delhi government’s start-up programme where students of Classes 11 and 12 propose business ideas and the government helps them in giving these pitches a shape.

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