Shillong, 14 August, 2019:
Meghalaya Chief Minister, Conrad K Sangma, today launched the Chief Minister’s e-champion challenge website a platform to promote and push entrepreneurship growth in the state. Speaking during the launch, the Chief Minister said that this is a part of the drive of the government to promote and give recognition to the entrepreneurs of the State and create ecosystem for entrepreneurship culture in the State.
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Taking to Twitter, the CM wrote, “Launched the e-Challenge Search portal, a platform for entrepreneurs and business enthusiasts to participate in business idea competition and be part of our entrepreneurship ecosystem.”
Launched the e-Challenge Search portal, a platform for entrepreneurs and business enthusiasts to participate in business idea competition and be part of our entrepreneurship ecosystem.https://t.co/UqYivT3l11 pic.twitter.com/UA0LbpqjEd
— Conrad Sangma (@SangmaConrad) August 14, 2019
“Competitions are a good way to get the interest of the youth and to help them excel in whatever they do, through this e-champion challenge we will be selecting entrepreneurs and we will be rewarding one lakh to the top twenty five business ideas and fifty thousand to the next best twenty five and we urge the youth to join and be a part of this competition,” he said.
The Meghalaya Chief Minister’s e-champion challenge is an online platform where entrepreneurs can log in and register themselves where an entrepreneur will be asked a set of questions and based on their answers they will be selected where they will be able to put up their ideas to the panel of judges.
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