India to be start-up center: DRDO principal
Warangal: The Defence Research and also Development Organisation (DRDO) was motivating start-ups and also young skills via Defence Technology Development Fund (DTDF) and also the ‘Dare to Dream’ programs, stated its chairperson GSatheesh Reddy “The idea is to build a strong ecosystem which would foster breakthroughs in important areas such as defence, healthcare, energy and clean technologies etc. At present there are 65,000 start-ups in India as 70 per cent of the engineers chose to return to India,” Reddy stated, participating in the 37th and also 38th Graduation Day of the Kakatiya Institute of Technology and also Science, Warangal, on Sunday.
Kakatiya University Vice-Chancellor Prof Thatikonda Ramesh commended the establishment for supporting research study with I2RE (Innovation Incubation Research and also Entrepreneurship) method with superb accomplishments in addressing real life issues at state degree. He additionally suggested to concentrate on used research study by creating consortiums with state degree personal organizations as qualified withGovt organizations like NITs, IIITs, and so on
KITSW Governing Body Chairman,Capt V Lakshmikantha Rao recommended that the designers should work with addressing the real life issues rather than following cash.
Principal Prof K Ashoka Reddy stated that there were 12 gold medals granted for the general scholastic quality in numerous design self-controls for this scholasticyear “To make the students technically superior and ethically strong by providing advanced versions of technology and highly qualified faculty to the all nine departments which were Tier-1 accredited by the NBA New Delhi. We were part of an Indo-american artificial heart research project. The campus placements for AY 2016-20 61%, 2017-2021 is 73% and 2018-22 batch students have got 95% placements,” he stated.