Telangana IT and Industries Minister K T Rama Rao today said that the state government would actively take steps to encourage and support women entrepreneurs working in the IT sector.
The minister made these remarks while he was attending a graduation ceremony at the Women Entrepreneurs Hub (WE Hub), which was set up by the TRS regime to serve as a start-up incubator exclusively for women entrepreneurs. He also handed over degree certificates to the new graduates during the program.
Further, KTR, along with the Principal Secretary (IT) Jayesh Ranjan and WE Hub CEO Deepthi Ravula, launched three new vocational programs for school and college-going girl students.
He took the opportunity to express his appreciation for the students for coming up with unique ideas and start-up plans, and said, "The state government will surely support all the brilliant ideas that these youngsters are coming up with and will help them turn their ideas into reality. India has 1.30 billion people of which a sizeable section comprises young people. They must be given opportunities to explore and grow. We need to make collective efforts to push the students to come up with unique ideas. Telangana should become a role model to the rest of the nation in this regard. Start-ups are often the results of innovative ideas and our state encourages such innovative entrepreneurs to explore."
"Try to showcase your mettle, ideas, and the unique things you discover," he told the students.
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