TSIC launches “Intinta Innovator” campaign to bring innovation to every household
Telangana State Innovation Cell (TSIC) launched “Intinta Innovator (ఇంటింట ఇన్నోవేటర్)” in every home campaign to take innovation to every household in Telangana to encourage its young minds, to develop problem solving skills towards innovations.
The campaign was flagged off by Sri. K. Taraka Rama Rao, Information and Technology Minister recently and will go on till October 5.
Speaking at the occasion, KTR said that to foster innovation driven economy, it is important to take innovation and entrepreneurship beyond the established system and to every household in the state.
“To turn this thought into action, we are launching the “Intinta Innovator” campaign to reach out to every member of every household to encourage them to think of themselves as problem solvers.” says Sri KTR.
KTR recalled the initiations that the TS government took to make the state as startup hubs mentioning about T-HUB and We-HUB.
“T-Hub was born. It has supported over 400 startups and has put Hyderabad on the global map. WE-Hub, another of our initiative aimed at promoting women entrepreneurs, has also seen tremendous traction over the last four months,” said KTR.
Clarifying about starting various initiatives, KTR added that starting these initiatives are not enough as the government must go beyond and should support startups and entrepreneurs. As part of the campaign, the state innovation cell has collaborated with Startup India under the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion for Startup India Telangana Yatra.
— Startup India (@startupindia) September 17, 2018
Highlighting Startup India Telangana Yatra, Principal Secretary to Government, ITE&C and Industries and Commerce Department said “this yatra is only the first step in our numerous initiatives lined up as part of the “Intinta Innovator” campaign.
In fact, prior to the Yatra, he said “We have conducted activation workshops in colleges. We are also establishing E-Cells and showcasing rural innovators from across the State in every college the Yatra visits. In future, we would like to partner with numerous schools, colleges, incubators, and other organizations from the innovation ecosystem to bring life to this campaign.”
Through the Startup Yatra, the state innovation cell team will be travelling to 12 districts and conducting workshops, awareness drives, and boot camps. The best ideas will then be incubated in Hyderabad.
Minister @KTRTRS formally launched @teamTSIC’s Startup India Telangana Yatra in Hyderabad today. @jayesh_ranjan, Prl Secy, IT & Industries Dept and @phanindrasama CIO of Telangana State Innovation Cell participated in the program. 1/2 pic.twitter.com/KZlAQ02KaR
— Min IT, Telangana (@MinIT_Telangana) September 15, 2018