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World looking at India's reaction on global issues: Jagdeep Dhankhar

Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar has said that the World is looking at India's reaction on global issues as India has become a new hub for startups and has an ecosystem for development. Delivering the keynote address at IIT, Madras on Tuesday, he said, the educational institutions should grow up on the shoulders of the alumni community. He said that an ecosystem is needed to tap the potential of the students. The Vice President said, amongst the developing countries, India has become the best of developing Nations competing with US and European Union. He said, India's rise has become unstoppable and will continue to grow amidst the global crisis. The Vice President wanted the prevailing problems in the World to be sorted out through discussions.

Earlier, Dhankhar inaugurated a New Facility at the IIT Madras Center for Innovation. The Hub is IIT Madras’ first architect-designed built space dedicated to student-led activities funded by Alumni & Government contributions. This is dedicated to supporting and encouraging Innovation and Entrepreneurship activities of the students and researchers. 

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