Niti Aayog Vice-Chairman Rajiv Kumar said on Wednesday that Micro-entrepreneurs in rural India have huge potential for contributing to the country’s growth, but they suffer from lack of access to infrastructure and credit.
Rajiv Kumar at a virtual event organised by the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW), said the government is committed to a self-reliant (Aatm Nirbhar) India.
“There are more than 3.5 crore micro-entrepreneurs in rural India who have huge potential for contributing to India’s growth. Despite their potential, they suffer because of certain constraints like access to infrastructure and credit that hinders their growth.”
Not only Niti Aayog but most of the seasoned Indian entrepreneurs are sharing their experience and providing help to budding entrepreneurs.
Also, to support women entrepreneurs across the country, Tech Mahindra has collaborated with the Niti Aayog’s Women Entrepreneurship Platform (WEP).
With this collaboration, Tech Mahindra will provide women entrepreneurs with mentorship and help them co-create solutions leveraging new-age technologies, and support in developing a go-to-market strategy.
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