Senior IAS officers from Uttar Pradesh encourage Amity youth to contribute to developed India

Senior IAS officers from Uttar Pradesh encourage Amity youth to contribute to developed India

Senior IAS officers from Uttar Pradesh encourage Amity youth to contribute to developed India

An Entrepreneur Orientation Programme was organized today at Amity university Noida Campus to encourage the youth of the University and familiarise them with  the Prime Minister’s National Vision of Contribution to a Developed India by 2047. The programme provided information about the developments taking place in Uttar Pradesh which is making a major contribution to a developed India. In this program, senior administrative officers including Chairman of Board of Revenue of UP Shri Sanjeev Mittal (IAS), Shri Kumar Prashant, IAS, Director, Social Welfare, UP State Government & Shri Manish Kumar Verma (IAS), District Magistrate of Gautam Budh Nagar provided information to the students. Founder Chairman of Amity Education  Group, Dr. Ashok K Chauhan, Chancellor  Amity University, Haryana, Dr. Aseem Chauhan, Trustee  Ritnand Balved Education Foundation, Shri Anand Chauhan Trustee , Mr Ajit Chauhan, Mr Amol Chauhan were also present on the occasion.

Mr. Sanjeev Mittal (IAS) made a presentation to the students regarding the developments of Uttar Pradesh and stated  that the maximum benefit of the investment work is being done in Uttar Pradesh and the ground breaking ceremony 4.0 being held in Lucknow on February 19 will lead to employment generation for the youth. Through Ground Breaking Ceremony 4.0, a total of 14,537 projects will be launched in the state and more than 34 lakh employment opportunities will be generated. He said that strong law and order, policies made for various sectors, better transport connectivity, road arrangements, power supply , etc. are attracting industrialists from all over the world for investment. Shri Mittal said that Uttar Pradesh is one of the major states of India whose cultural heritage invites the largest number of tourists to India. With 6 operational and 7 incoming expressways, 16 airports including 9 operational and 7 under construction, the largest rail network, the Rapid Rail Transport System reflects our centralization on strong connectivity infrastructure. He highlighted  the various initiatives of the Government such as Online Nivesh Mitra, Nivesh Sarathi and Online Incentive Management System launched for entrepreneurs, the schemes launched for the youth  under UP Skill Development Mission, modern courses launched for youth empowerment in  multi-disciplinary education , under Uttar Pradesh Startup Policy , 25 Regional Development Policies and  various Manufacturing and Services Sector Development Policies. Shri Mittal said that the Prime Minister’s National Vision is that Uttar Pradesh plays its role in a developed India by 2047, and called upon students to consider what will be their participation in building the Nation and how they  will cooperate.

Addressing the gathering, Shri Kumar Prashant (IAS), Director, Social Welfare said that earlier all the policies were integrated policies, after that some areas were selected whereas now there are investment opportunities which have the potential of  employment generation have been identified and area-based policies are prepared so that more investments can be attracted. He appraised the students about the startup policies for them and the grants offered by the UP Government to help build startups. He also said additional benefits are being provided  to the startups initiated  by the women entrepreneurs and  transgenders. Grants are also given for  patent filings and encouraged students to take advantage of these scheme as much as possible.

Gautam Budh Nagar District Magistrate Mr. Manish Kumar Verma (IAS) said that till some time ago Uttar Pradesh was known as Bimaru State but today we can proudly say that we are from Uttar Pradesh. Seven years ago, our state used to be at number 8 in India’s GDP but today it is at number 02. In the last 7 years, more than 10 thousand startups have started, out of which 8 are unicorns. Today we have become the food capital in the agriculture sector, we produce so much that the entire country runs on it. Investments are being made  in Purvanchal, Bundelkhand, Madhyanchal and Paschimchal areas which will be our cooperation as a state, as an institution and individually in a developed India. Lot of work is also being done in the field of education, Defense Corridor and Bundelkhand Development Authority are being constructed. Gautam Budh Nagar is making huge investments during  the ground breaking ceremony. He opined that the entire state has faith in the  youth and called upon  students to realize their potential. Today the government, administration is working with a positive ideology and mindset, and asked students to come up with new ideas, which will be supported by the Government.

Addressing the guests, Dr. Ashok K Chauhan, Founder Chairman of Amity Education Group said, “Amity encourages students to start their own ventures and contribute to a developed India, self-reliant India. Through Youth power it is possible to build a developed India and Amity Pariwar is supporting the Prime Minister’s vision of a developed India. Today Uttar Pradesh is establishing new dimensions of development and we are proud that we are a part of Uttar Pradesh which is standing at the forefront in fulfilling the objective of developed India under the leadership of Chief Minister Shri Yogi Adityanath. We are at a time when India is becoming Vishwaguru and such programs give us a new enthusiasm to work.

Speaking about Amity Innovation Incubator, Dr. Aseem Chauhan, Chancellor, Amity University, Haryana, said that we provide all possible help to the students to start their own venture or startup. Amity Innovation Incubator today has hundreds of incubator companies operating and is the number one Incubator of the State.

The programme was attended by thousands of students, faculty members, academicians . During the Q& A session, students lauded the efforts of the Government and talked about the take  a ways from such programmes and reinforced their commitment to the Government initiatives