Telangana State Innovation Cell sets up 'Social Impact Bootcamp' to help social impact innovators

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Ravi Narayan, CEO of T-Hub speaking to ANI in Hyderabad on Wednesday.
Ravi Narayan, CEO of T-Hub speaking to ANI in Hyderabad on Wednesday.

Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], November 12 (ANI): Telangana State Innovation Cell (TSIC), which is part of T- Hub plans to set up a 'Social Impact Bootcamp' aimed to provide social start-ups exposure in the field and introduce them to investors and various projects.

Speaking to ANI, Ravi Narayan, CEO of T-Hub said that TSIC is a unique organisation set up by the government of Telangana to serve the innovation and the entrepreneurial ecosystems across the state.

"It has been set to work with those start-ups that aim at solving much larger problems in the current society. TSIC has reached some remarkable milestones over the last few years in reaching out to the social start-ups," he said.

Narayan said that TSIC has planned to launch a social innovation policy, and as part of that the 'Social Impact Bootcamp' has been set up, where the social innovators have to face a lot of complex targets while building a start-up.

"In this month-long 'Social Impact Bootcamp', we will provide them with all the necessary resources and guidance required for them to set up objectives to all the innovators who have registered themselves," he stated.

He added that a good number of innovators are coming forward and have applied for the program, but added that more innovators and entrepreneurs must come forward and register.

"The deadline to register to this boot camp is November 30," he added further. (ANI)