Today's Indian start-ups are tomorrow's MNCs: PM Modi

Today's Indian start-ups are tomorrow's MNCs: PM Modi”

Today's startups are the multinational companies of tomorrow, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday adding that the scope of startups is increasing from farming to the space sector.

The last few decades saw Multinational Corporations from overseas do business and prosper in India but this decade will belong to the Indian MNCs, he said, after laying the foundation stone for the permanent campus of IIM-Sambalpur in Odisha through video conference.

The LHPs are being constructed at Indore, Rajkot, Chennai, Ranchi, Agartala and Lucknow, comprising about 1,000 houses at each location along with allied infrastructure facilities.

"On the first day of 2021, will be taking part in a programme aimed at transforming India's urban landscape".

On the sidelines of the Construction Technology India - 2019 (CTI-2019) Expo-cum-conference here, HUA Secretary Durga Shanker Mishra told reporters that 54 Proven Technology Providers with 32 new technologies from 25 countries were evaluated by the Technical Evaluation Committee (TEC) at the exposition. We Should understand the bigger vision.

The Prime Minister said at one time, housing schemes were not the priority for the Central governments as much as it should have been. The government did not care about the details and quality of construction.

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The changing work styles are impacting demands on management techniques and top-down or top-heavy management skills are being replaced by collaborative, innovative, and transformative management, Modi said. He said various measures taken by his government in the last six years has restored the confidence of the common man that he can own a house.

India has undertaken rapid reforms in recent months and tried not only to keep pace with the changes but also to anticipate and adapt to them, he said. The matter of housing has been just like this. We have chose to change the approach towards housing.

Modi said: "I want to ask you, other IIMs and other business management schools to study how the country worked during the Corona pandemic with technology and teamwork. The country has adopted a new approach and a different road ahead", he said. "Why shouldn't the poor stay in a house for long?" he added.

Union minister Hardeep Singh Puri, chief ministers of Uttar Pradesh, Tripura, Jharkhand, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh were present on the occasion. They are being constructed under GHTC-India which envisages to provide an ecosystem for adoption of innovative technologies in the housing construction sector in a holistic manner.

The Affordable Sustainable Housing Accelerators - India (ASHA-India) initiative aims to promote domestic research and entrepreneurship by providing incubation and acceleration support to potential future technologies.

The PMAY-U Mission was been created to achieve the vision of "Housing For All by 2022".

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