“3G Start-Up Clubs” Launched in Delhi University: Currently, 3G Institute of Research and Policy Studies, New Delhi, in combination with the Hindu College Entrepreneurship Cell Team, Delhi University has launched an exclusive platform “3G Start-Up Clubs”.
It is launched for forecasting the role of organizers in the building Nation. More than 100 students from various entrepreneur’s cells at Delhi University participated in the event which was held on 28th February 2018 and shared their wonderful vision.
The group opened up a conversation on the plan of job in the age of automation, artificial intelligence, and the decrease of human labor in different industries. In that event, the economics, commerce and engineering students from various colleges including Shri Aurobindo College and Shiv Nadar University also gave their ideas to the discussion.
“3G Start-Up Clubs” Launched in Delhi University
The speakers shared their experiences, a business about future work and gave few tips on how to survive in the start-up idea. Mr. Ghanshyam Tiwari is a Director of Learner.in was begun “3G Start-Up Club”. He highlighted the value of entrepreneurship by his life experience. He also said that the requirement of joining the gap between academics and industry.
Ishan Shudan is a President of Entrepreneurship Cell Hindu College. He stated his opinion on the robots supplanting the labor force. He also added that the loss in jobs will be more than the new job chance by the organization.
Mr. Vikram Jindal is an Advisor of Quality Council of India. He shared his opinion of overcoming the fear and encouraged students to start working by their own efforts. He also added that the importance of time and advised that never misuse of that quality time.
Mr. Zaban Ahammed is secretory of 3G Institute of Research and Policy Studies. He said that in details about the role of Indian Youth in the age of 4th Industrial Revolution. He also talks on cognitive computing on the effects of disruptive technologies on the future of job.
Rukmaji Ramanujan is the CEO of 3G Learning Initiatives and chairman of India CEO Forum. He gave a speech on the essentiality of curriculum inclusion of entrepreneurship in campuses. He also said that in details about how his organization would train the leading industry leaders.
The organizers said that the foundation of 3G Start-Up Club at the Delhi University goal is to include more and more members of the other colleges and universities across the nation, thereby engaging them in the real world project that would serve our nation.