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CIG Incubation Centre in Jaipur: A place to give wings to your startup ideas

You will learn how to develop your startup idea and get mentoring from experts.

April 13, 2017, 10:25 am

incubation centre Startpu Oasis Jaipur

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Jaipur: If you have a startup idea, the center for electronic governance (CIG) in Jaipur can help you take it off. In association with Startup Oasis, the state government’s technical education department has set up an Incubation centre in CIG. The building is located on Mahatma Gandhi Road in Jaipur’s Jhalan area. If your startup is in the ideation stage, you can apply for help through the Rajasthan government’s website for startups – tedstart.com. You can also visit the centre for more information on how to apply. Read Also: Livelihood Business Incubator (LBI) Centres in Rajasthan: 9 things you should know You will learn how to develop your startup idea and get mentoring from experts. You can also apply for co-working space. The sitting capacity of the co-working space at the centre is currently 25 people. Your application won’t be turned down if your startup is in an ideation stage. You will be mentored with the help of many ongoing multi programs and events. An incubation committee will be set up to decide which startup ideas should be included under the program when the startup is beyond the ideation stage. Read Also: Got an idea for waste management? Start a company in Rajasthan and get Rs 25 lakh govt aid You will learn what types of help you can get under the Rajasthan government’s startup policy. CIG will monitor seven other incubation centres in the state, apart from the centre in Jaipur’s Jhalana Doongari. “Startup Oasis will mentor youths coming to the centre with innovative ideas,” a CIG official said. TEDstart is Jointly promoted by the department of technical education, Rajasthan and CIIE Initiatives (Startup Oasis). Led by Premier Incubation Centre of India Startup Oasis, TEDstart aims to foster entrepreneurship in 7 regions of Rajasthan while designing the special startup supports programs.

First published: April 12, 2017