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AIM & MyGov Launches ‘Innovate India Platform’

  • 27 Jul 2018
  • 2 min read

Atal Innovation Mission and MyGov have collaborated together with NITI Aayog to launch the ‘#InnovateIndia Platform’. The platform will be a citizen-centric platform of the Government of India.

Key Highlights

  • The portal will serve as the common point for all the innovation happening across the nation.
  • It creates the much-needed innovations platform for registering both grassroots and deep-tech innovators at a national level.
  • Those searching for a critical innovation can leverage the portal advantageously for the benefit of the economy as well as national social needs.

Some of the features of this platform are:

  • It is open to all Indian citizens.
  • The users can view, comment, share and rate the innovations crowdsourced on the platform.
  • View the leaderboard which is calculated based on the votes on each innovation.
  • Citizens can share their/organizations/someone else’s innovation on the platform.
  • Innovations can also be shared on various social media platforms such as WhatsApp, Facebook, and Twitter

Atal Innovation Mission

  • The Government of India established the Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) and Self Employment and Talent Utilisation (SETU) in NITI Aayog with a view to give a substantial boost to the innovation ecosystem and to catalyse the entrepreneurial spirit in the country.

MyGov

  • It is a platform that serves as a medium for the people, especially the youth, to connect with the Government actively and facilitates their engagement towards the nation’s development.
  • The platform empowers people to contribute towards good governance through various tasks and discussions.
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