• It seeks to achieve dual objective of improving citizen services and also leveraging and nurture thriving startup ecosystem with opportunities for growth and collaboration.
  • Startups from sectors such as education, skilling, healthcare, agriculture, clean energy, environment, water and waste management, smart infrastructure and mobility, governance and miscellaneous are taken up.
  • With the help of multiple ecosystem partners, the top 100 startups are selected to present their solutions to an esteemed panel of judges comprising representatives from the government, industry, academia and investors and receive work orders of up to Rs 15 lakh.
  • In the last edition, Urvi Agrotech worked with the Women and Child Development Department of Maharashtra on a pilot project to provide hand tractors to women self-help groups (SHGs).