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50 students from 13 schools groomed for innovative thinking

DNAHM128074 | 5/21/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :320 | Education & Careers

Learning: The aim is to identify and define a societal problem and create a viable business model

Close to 50 students of about 13 schools from across the state are being groomed for innovative thinking, real life problem solving and entrepreneurship. This is a part of two week long Design Bootcamp 2019, organised by Gujarat Technological University (GTU) and Student Start-up and Innovation Policy (SSIP) of Gujarat government.
The boot camp began on Monday at Design Innovation Centre (DIC – Hub) of GTU. The centre is a state of the art facility to promote, nurture and advance the culture of design, innovation, creative problem solving and entrepreneurship.
GTU vice chancellor Navin Sheth expressed the need to encourage students to think and nurture their ideas in order to solves problems of the society. Studen
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