Around 200 teams of 23 colleges from across Maharashtra will showcase their innovative solutions developed for issues faced by micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSME) from 10 am to 1 pm on September 30 at the Marathwada Auto Cluster, Waluj.
The summit will be held in order to encourage industry-academia collaboration. MSME Innovation Summit 2019 is organised by a German government initiative Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GIZ and Marathwada Association of Small Scale Industries and Agriculture (Massia). It is supported by ministry of MSMEs, Government of India, under the programme for modernisation and innovation promotion in micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSME INNO). The programme connects various MSMEs, industry associations and academic institutions to boost innovation and improve the sustainability of MSMEs.
According to GIZ representative Tasavvar Ali, GIZ has been holding meetings through Massia for the last six months where the students from educational institutes were able to understand the problems faced the by the MSMEs and help them overcome it. “Some of these solutions developed by students have now reached an advance level where they have set up their manufacturing units. This exercise helps improve employability and raise entrepreneurs,” Ali said
Around 800 students from 23 colleges will present their innovative solutions.
These include 10 colleges from Aurangabad, some colleges from Pune, Nashik and other cities. Industry representatives, delegates from ministry of MSME, other government agencies, head of educational institutes, and representatives of successful start ups and corporates will be present in the summit. It is open for all with prior registration.
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