Government Schools Students now Get Startup Education under Startup School Scheme

Government Schools Students now Get Startup Education under Startup School Scheme

Rajasthan State Government's Department of Information and Technology is building a platform for children under the Startup School Scheme, which is being implemented in rural areas with government schools. The students will also be able to demonstrate their abilities and and prepare a startup.

The state government will now enlist the participation of schoolchildren to give entrepreneurship new dimensions. These are the kids that have a great idea but are unable to implement it due to a lack of resources. Children in government schools will now be prepared for entrepreneurship. After cities, the I Startup scheme is now being expanded to rural areas.

Along with classroom education, pupils in government schools will now receive startup education as well. Preparations have been made to build the groundwork for information and technology innovation.

A project has been launched to launch startups in schools, with youngsters from selected schools being chosen. Students in classes 8 to 12 will be trained in incubation centres in nine divisions of educational areas in the state, as well as in the techno hub as a spoke model, to give a new dimension to entrepreneurship, allowing for fresh ideas and creativity. Start a business in this area so that people in the area can find jobs.

Mentors will provide more incentives as a result of this. According to Sandesh Nayak, Commissioner of the Information and Technology Department, short-term courses will be offered so that students can have a thorough understanding of startups while still in school. He says, "Now I'm concentrating on starting a business. Our goal is for young people to come up with innovative ideas and create their own business."

According to Rashmi Sharma, Additional Commissioner of Rajasthan School Education Council, on behalf of school education, two mentor teachers from each of the 33 districts would be recruited and trained. There will be an interview and a task-based evaluation at the end of the learning module.