|HRD Minister Nishank virtually launches YUKTI 2.0 platform for Higher Education Institutes: Point-to-Point Details|
HRD Minister Nishank virtually launches YUKTI 2.0 platform for Higher Education Institutes: Point-to-Point Details
Union Minister of Human Resource Development (HRD) Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ launched an initiative ‘YUKTI 2.0’ to help systematically assimilate technologies having commercial potential and information related to incubated startups in our higher education institutions.
Earlier, the HRD Minister Nishank had launched the YUKTI (Young India combating COVID with Knowledge, Technology and Innovation) web portal on 11 April, 2020. Ministry of HRD prepared the portal in view of Coronavirus. The portal intends to cover the different dimensions of COVID-19 challenges in a very holistic and comprehensive way. Through this portal, the Ministry of Human Resource Development will endeavor to ensure that students, teachers and researchers in higher educational institutions are getting appropriate support to meet the requirements needed to advance their technologies and innovations.
HRD Minister Nishank said that YUKTI 2.0 is logical extension of earlier version of ‘YUKTI’, an initiative of MHRD, to identify ideas relevant in COVID pandemic. He also informed that all the outcomes of earlier version of ‘YUKTI’ will be released soon.