Minister of State for Electronics and IT Rajeev Chandrasekhar says that the Indian government has a big goal to increase the amount of money spent on making electronics to Rs. 24 lakh crore by 2025–26. This is expected to create more than 10 lakh jobs. The minister stressed that India is at a turning point right now, which is the most exciting time in the nation’s history, while speaking at an event in Bengaluru. He added that the current generation of students is the most fortunate in the annals of independent India. According to the minister, young Indians are actively involved in over 90,000 startups, including 110 unicorns. He continued by saying that at least 15 lakh young Indians from Karnataka would receive training in future-ready skills that are relevant to industry.
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On “Spoorti Dina,” or Inspiration Day, which is held on the birthday of well-known Kannada actor Puneeth Rajkumar, the minister talked to students about the opportunities in IndiaTechade. When asked about the Silicon Valley Bank crisis. And what the Indian government was doing to help startups. Chandrasekhar said that the Indian banking system is much more stable and stronger than any other country’s banking system.
Startups should choose Indian banks as their preferred banking partners as a result. The government’s goal to increase India’s ability to manufacture electronics. Generate over 10 lakh jobs by 2025–26 is a positive step for the country’s economic development. Since the nation is currently at a turning point. Young Indians have the chance to have a significant impact on the future of the country. It is encouraging to see that the government is making efforts. To give them industry-relevant skills so they can prosper in this momentous time.