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Gujarat News

The Gujarat Government, through its Student Start-up and Innovation Policy (SSIP) programme, has lent support to as many as 4,000 innovative projects, while it braces for harnessing and upscaling 500 students' startups in the next five years. Giving this information in Gandhinagar at the Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDI) on Thursday, Gujarat's Principal Secretary (Education) Anju Sharma said besides the innovative projects, over 2,000 prototypes had already been developed and 500 of them patented. Sharma was speaking at the inaugural of the first edition of a two-day SSIP Student Annual Conference on Student Innovation, Start-ups, and Ecosystem at the EDI campus.