‘Local mentorship driving Business Blaster'
The Times of India Delhi|November 28, 2021
Govt Soliciting Funds From Investors To Make School Enterprise Programme A Success: Sisodia
Shradha Chettri

New Delhi: It is not just university students from various states who are guiding the students of Delhi government schools in transforming their ideas into enterprises, but also entrepreneurs living in the vicinity of the school. Calling the concept “local mentorship”, deputy chief minister and education minister Manish Sisodia revealed how the entire community has been involved to make a success of Delhi government’s Business Blaster programme in its schools.

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