NITI is organising an interactive session between PM and young entrepreneurs to incorporate innovating thinking into policy-making.
With an aim to incorporate fresh thinking into policy-making, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will soon interact with young entrepreneurs from all over the country and across sectors.
The participants include both startup founders and CEOs. The NITI Aayog has shortlisted 150 names for two different meetings with the PM: first on August 17 with young entrepreneurs and the next on August 22 with young CEOs, an ET report said.
“For further accelerating the growth process as well as realising the vision of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikaas, it is imperative that the dynamism, resources and innovative spirit of the leaders in private sector is focussed towards the emerging opportunities and challenges in the Indian economy,” NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant said in a letter to those shortlisted for the events.
“NITI is organising an interactive session between the Prime Minister and a group of highly motivated, dynamic, young and progressive entrepreneurs of private sector who have demonstrated a passion for transforming India and are emerging as champions of change for the country,” Kant added.