Startup India and Make in India programmes can make entrepreneurship more comprehensive by channelising energy from all elements of the ecosystem, including from entrepreneurs to investors, Union Minister Piyush Goyal has said.
Betting on the huge potential of the startup policy, the railway and coal minister said it has made youth a job creator rather than a job seeker.
He was speaking at an event organised by the New Delhi Chapter of Entrepreneurs' Organisation yesterday.
"I appreciate the support that young generation is giving to the nation with their thoughtful leadership. It is actually contributing a lot to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's idea of making the nation work in more holistic and disciplined manner," he said.
He said the self-confidence with which the entrepreneurs are embracing the culture, tradition and heritage of India is very commendable.
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