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Posted at: Feb 8, 2019, 8:07 AM; last updated: Feb 8, 2019, 8:07 AM (IST)

CT varsity bags 3rd position at Startup India Punjab Yatra

Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, February 7

CT University has bagged 3rd position in presenting its business idea at Startup India Punjab Yatra in which a total of 118 teams participated. This start-up yatra van stopped at 19 different places in Punjab and organised eight boot camps in which a total of 3,083 business ideas were registered and screened, out of which 523 ideas were presented during boot camps. Total 118 ideas were shortlisted for Grand Finale held at ISB Auditorium Mohali.

Elaborating the idea, Dr Amrinder Singh, head of the School of Management Studies, said, “The CT University presented a total five business ideas at the Boot Camp held at Baddowal, out of which two business ideas NEST 3D & ELCAR got selected and CTU students presented these ideas at the grand finale. Business idea NEST 3D bagged 3rd position in the health manufacturing sector. Students were awarded with a cash prize of Rs 20,000 and said free incubation space would also be provided at STPI (Software Technology parks of India) Mohali to set up business.”

Jaspreet Singh, Coordinator, Research and Incubation Center, putting light on the business idea said NEST 3D provides cheapest rapid prototyping services and precision industrial quality FDM 3D Printers of variable size. This way it will also enhance the modern technology skills of small-scale industry.


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