Sanction letters for start up distributed

Pothashang News Service, Imphal, March 10, 2019: Sanction letters to selected beneficiaries of Idea Stage of StartUp Manipur Phase-II by chief minister N. Biren Singh at a StartUp Conclave organised by the state planning department at chief minister’s secretariat complex.


Biren also handed over cheques to six beneficiaries of Phase-I, who have completed mandatory training.

In all, 3966 applications were received in the Phase-II of StartUp Manipur out of this 42 entrepreneurs were selected under Revenue Stage, 575 under Idea Stage and 177 under Entrepreneurship Support Scheme. In the Phase-I last year, 334 entrepreneurs were benefitted.

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Manipur has many young people, who are immensely talented and skillful in different fields. The state government feels that the need to provide the much needed support to them so that they may grow as successful entrepreneurs, Biren said.
Earlier, it was hard for people to get bank loans and monetary assistance from the government to start a business. However, the new government has rectified this old system and started providing support in a hassle-free manner because it has full confidence in the potential and talent of the youths of the state, he said.Stating that the government is for the people, the chief minister asserted that the government would always back good and productive works. He informed that the government has started earmarking Rs. 30 crore in the budget for StartUp Manipur every year. Maintaining that Manipur is now marching ahead since the last few years, Biren said he is pressing the Centre to help introduce Imphal-Mandalay-Bangkok flight service.

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Speaking on water scarcity, he mentioned about the urgent need for a comprehensive plan of switching from jhum cultivation to other forms of environment friendly cultivation and large scale plantation of trees both in hill and valley areas. Stating that water scarcity is becoming a serious threat, he also urged the people not to pollute rivers by dumping garbage and waste materials to rivers.

Deputy chief minister Y. Joykumar Singh, health and family welfare inister L. Jayantakumar, consumer affairs, food and public distribution    minister Karam Shyam, tribal affairs and hills minister N. Kayisii, forest and environment minister Th. Shyamkumar, social eelfare minister Nemcha Kipgen, education minister Th. Radheshyam, MP Ksh. Bhabananda and several MLAs attended the function.

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