Scholar Of MIT GSL Working On Startup Ideas

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Thirty-five students of MIT Global Startup Labs (GSL), which is being run by American university Massachusetts Institute of Technology is working on different startup ideas related to the field of health, education, tourism, transportation and many more.

The program which is running under innovative boot camp is teaching the students about different aspects that should be considered seriously while running startup companies. The program is also focusing on different ideas and skills that should be implemented to make the startup successful.

Those 35 students who have been selected from 150 students and Alumni of Kathmandu University are engaged in market testing skills, developing business concept and prototype construction.

The program which is organized by MIT in an association with KU and Ncell includes 35 students divided into nine different groups. Each group is presenting their startup ideas in front of MIT trainers.

The program is focusing on the necessary digital demo and essential technological skills that are very important while running startup companies. Similarly, the program is also teaching to research on market demand. One must know the requirement and scope of the market before starting any companies.

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