Education minister Manish Sisodia recently announced the extension of the Business Blasters Programme in private schools is all set to go on floors from next year. The Deputy CM of Delhi was giving a speech at the Thyagraj Stadium, marking his presence at the Business Blasters Investment Summit. It was here that more than 100 business ideas were being presented to the investors by the government school students, as a part of the Business Blasters Programme for government schools.
At the event, the Deputy CM mentioned that the Business Blasters Programme will be rolled out to the private school students from next year onwards. He also mentioned that a meeting will be held on March 7th, in order to discuss how the Business Blasters Programme can be extended onto the private schools.
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As earlier pointed out by Sisodia, the Business Blasters Programme is aimed at developing an entrepreneurial mindset among the students. Mainly aimed at the students of classes XI and XII, this endeavour of the Delhi government seeks to enable the students to successfully establish global companies to emerge out of India.
Source: The Indian Express