These 8 government schemes are making the Indian startup ecosystem robust !

 "These days we hear all around us, startup, startup, startup. It is true that this is the era of startups and it is also true that in the field of startups, in a way, India is leading the world," says PM Modi.

Over the last few years, India has created a robust ecosystem for startups and entrepreneurs. The country is now home to the third-largest startup ecosystem in the world, according to the Economic Survey 2021-22 report released earlier this year.

Over 60,000 startups are operating in India, and the country now boasts over 100 unicorns. However, not all of them have the right resources to thrive in the ecosystem and create a strong presence. 

The government in India actively supports startups and entrepreneurs by launching various programmes and initiatives to train as well as provide financial assistance, technical support, subsidies and other essential services to these entrepreneurs and startups to fuel their growth. 

These initiatives play a vital role in the journey of these entrepreneurs in building their businesses and leaving a dent in the world. With government support, these startups get worldwide recognition and can attract foreign investors as well.

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