KSUM calls applications for students from Kasaragod for Startup Programme

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February 20, 2021

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Kasaragod, Feb 20: Kerala Startup Mission (KSUM) has invited applications from students in the district for a programme that aims at cultivating entrepreneurial aptitude and equip students to set up startups while pursuing their studies.

The Student Startup Programme, being implemented in association with the cohort of startup enterprises, ‘KASARACODE Community’, is envisaged to find out solutions for numerous social problems, and create products and services that enable the digitalization of traditional industries. It also offers an opportunity to learn and share the latest technology.

Second year students, who are pursuing engineering, diploma, management and ITC courses, can apply for the programme. Selected candidates will get mentoring and other support from startup founders to convert their ideas into products.

For registration, visit: https://tinyurl.com/ydbute8k

Last date of applications is February 28. For more details, contact: 7736495689.

KSUM is the nodal agency of the Kerala Government for entrepreneurship development and incubation activities in the state.

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February 27,2021

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Mysuru, Feb 27: Reacting to the demand by various communities, Former union minister and MP, Srinivas Prasad on Friday expressed disappointment that there is no clarity on part of the state government.

Speaking to newspersons here, he said every community wants to show its strength, demanding reservation, the state government has never said it has no powers under the constitution, it is the centre which has to take the final call.

He said have a detailed discussion and form a committee on the reservation demand. At best, they can forward the committee recommendations to the Centre, the state government should make it clear to the protesters, chief minister B S Yeddiyurappa should firmly say what his position is. All the demands should be discussed in the state cabinet to see if there is a solution .

He said the entire country is in trouble because of COVID-19 pandemic. The farmers are on a long protest.

''Trusting Prime Minister Narendra Modi , people voted BJP to power for the second time. We need to protect their trust,'' he added

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February 21,2021

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Mangaluru, Feb 21: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath visited Kadri Yogeshwara (Jogi) Mutt before leaving for Mangalore International Airport on Sunday. The UP CM had attended BJP's Vijaya Yathre in Kasaragod.

Pejawar seer Sri Vishwaprasanna Theertha Swamiji met Yogi Adityanath at Jogi Mutt and interacted with him.

It is said that Pejawar seer spoke to Adityanath regarding observation of next Ramanavami at Ayodhya.

Yogi Adityanath is the Mahant of Nath Panth and Kadri Jogi Mutt comes under Nath Panth. This is the second time he visited Jogi Mutt after becoming the CM of Uttar Pradesh.

Earlier, the Uttar Pradesh CM arrived at Mangalore International Airport in a special flight. With heavy security, he left for Kasargod to take part in BJP's Vijaya yatre via road from the airport. He reached Kadri Jogi Mutt at 6.45 pm. Owing to the security reasons, public were not allowed inside the mutt.

Police security had strengthened on the routes where Yogi passed through. After having dinner at the mutt, he left from Mangaluru.

Earlier, speaking to mediapersons, Pejawar seer said that devotees have been supporting the cause of Ram Mandir across the country.

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February 22,2021

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New Delhi, Feb 22: Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports Kiren Rijiju is confident that the next edition of Khelo India University Games (KIUG) 2021, scheduled for later this year is going to be a 'grand success'.

Karnataka will be hosting the second Khelo India University Games (KIUG). The announcement was made on Sunday by the Chief Minister of Karnataka, BS Yediyurappa, and Rijiju.

The games will be held in Bengaluru's Jain University and other venues in the state, in partnership with the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).

Rijiju praised Karnataka CM Yediyurappa for his support and encouragement for the sports in the state.

"I'm confident that Karnataka will make the next edition of Khelo India University Games a grand success. The support and encouragement provided by hon'ble CM @BSYBJP for the sports is commendable and Jain University has the capability to organise a memorable KIUG!" Rijiju tweeted.

KIUG is the largest University Games in the country and is aimed at tapping sporting talent who can represent India in international events, including the Olympics.

The first edition of KIUG was held in Bhubaneswar in February 2020, and saw a total participation of 3,182 athletes in the U-25 age group, across 158 universities and colleges from all states.

This year, Yogasana and Mallakhamb have been added to the University Games, with an effort to preserve and promote the century-old sporting disciplines of the country.

With the inclusion of these disciplines, that the athlete participation figure is expected to cross 4000, this year. Also, the games will be conducted in the U-25 age category in accordance with the World University Games norms.

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