Business Blasters Program Launch In Delhi For School Encourage Entrepreneurship

Business Blasters Program Launch In Delhi For School Encourage Entrepreneurship

This program will be added to the entrepreneurship mindset curriculum.


Business Blasters Program Launch In Delhi For School Encourage Entrepreneurship

On Tuesday, 07th of September 2021, an initiative to encourage entrepreneurship was undertaken and applied to at the school level by the Delhi Government; this program is headed by the Deputy Chief Minister, Mr. Manish Sisodia. 

The "Business Blasters" program was launched at the Thyagraj Stadium. The initiative is aimed to be applied to all schools under the Delhi State Government, the target being the development of entrepreneurs at the school level itself. This program will be added to the entrepreneurship mindset curriculum. 

Sisodia mentioned that he was proud to introduce such a Business Program. He further described it as the foundation stone in the development of the country. This program was highly successful as a pilot project, based on the results achieved, Rs. 2000/- will be provided to the students of Classes 11 and 12 as seed money to start a business. 

The education minister indicated that this initiative which is for the students of classes 11-12 can be the basis for the progress of the Country. Through this, children will not run after jobs, but jobs will come after these children.” He further pointed out that this program can move India to a developed country from being a developing country if it is applied to and followed through properly.

"When I was in school, we used to read that India was a developing country. Today, our children are reading that India is still a developing country, but if we don't implement this program properly, the children of our children will also read that India is still a developing country," he said. "But, if implemented properly, we will be able to change this history in our textbooks, and say that India is not developing, but a developed country," Sisodia added.

The minister added that the initiative will help address the problem of unemployment. "We say that India is a country of youth but it is a country of educated yet unemployed. The pilot project was run at the School of Excellence at Khichripur, the objective was to instill a certain confidence in the students that whatever work one does, they can and should do it with an entrepreneurial mindset. 

Here, nine groups of 41 children were formed and each child was given seed money of Rs 1,000 and these kids made huge profits. "The motive behind this was that after completing studies from schools and colleges, students should have the mentality that they have to become job providers and not job seekers and contribute to the economy of the country." "If they go to work, they should have so much ability that they do not have to stand in the lines for jobs, but jobs should come to them," he said


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