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Rs 3000 cr for skill development is a lot or what?

BENGALURU: Hopes soared when finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman, early into her Union Budget speech Saturday, launched off with remarks like ‘India will have the world’s largest working population in the world by 2030’. That’s the kind of things people say when singing hosannas about India’s so-called demographic dividend. The startup crowd was a bit more enthusiastic though. …

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Union Budget 2020: Women Entrepreneurs Question Lack Of Direct Support

Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Union Budget today for the financial year 2020-21. Unfortunately, the budget did very little to support the startup ecosystem directly and much less for women entrepreneurs who did not gain even a single mention in the budget. “A lot is being done for Beti bachao, beti padao, but we were expecting …

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Start-up crowd loves Budget 20-21, but education capitalists swoon

BENGALURU: Hopes soared when finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman, early into her Union Budget speech Saturday, launched off with remarks like ‘India will have the world’s largest working population in the world by 2030’. That’s the kind of things people say when singing hosannas about India’s so-called demographic dividend. Well, the remarks yielded an allocation of about Rs …

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Gurugram-based Continua Kids is helping specially-abled children grow and learn better with its neurotherapy solutions

A 2018 survey conducted by the National Statistical Office (NSO), a branch of the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, found that about 2.2 percent of Indians are disabled. Paediatric Neurologist Puja Kapoor and Himani Khanna, a Paediatrician, were former colleagues at the Artemis Hospital, Gurugram. Source: https://yourstory.com/socialstory/2020/01/gurugram-continua-kids-specially-abled-children

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