Panjab University discussed the Startup challenges

Panjab University CHANDIGARH: University Institute of Applied Management Sciences, Panjab University, on weekday union a national conference on ‘Start-Up India, stand up India’.


In her address, Madhuchanda Mishra, adviser, prosperity and data economy at the British embassy in Chandigarh, highlighted t UK’s role in supporting bilateral entrepreneurship linkages with India.

She finished her address by stating that entrepreneurs might facilitate produce a much better society through sustainable development.


Prof Karamjit Singh, registrar, PI-I, spoke on the role of failures in pushing an individual forward. He asked students to support their degrees and qualifications with their capabilities, potential and talent. “Patience and perseverance can build Indian youth a plus for the state,” he added.

Prof Keshav Malhotra, the dean college of business management and commerce, PI-I, appreciated the selection of the subject and spoke within the importance of entrepreneurship in driving the Indian success story.

Meanwhile, in a very discussion, six University Institute of Applied Management Sciences startups shared their experiences and mentioned problems and challenges featured by the new-age entrepreneurs.