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Mega National Start-Up Event: I-Ideapreneurship 2016



INTEGER Innovation

presents for very first time at national level a mega national start-up event of its own new format named as “I-Ideapreneurship 2016”.As the name depicts to stir up your idea box into entrepreneurship. This event is announced socially for all the young budding start-ups who are ready to come up with their new innovative ideas but not a single one- stop solution is there to fulfil their needs. This will be the only platform where they will be getting their 360 degree feedback to fulfil their needs. To promote their hidden ideas because we believe that ideas are not for storage.
It can also be said in nutshell as “One stop solution platform for all the start-ups”


“One stop solution platform under one roof”
A social event to promote all the young buddies who are not getting ample support from nowhere to get their ideas showcased on right platform, in front of right people, in right direction. This event is an open invitation to all start-ups to join and put their ideas on table because this is the right time to pitch it loudly. Say it LOUD and CLEAR: “I am a future Entrepreneur of my nation”

What is “I-Ideapreneurship”?

Start-up perspective:

  • Idea is to bring Start-ups, Venture Capitalist/ Investors under one roof and platform just to remove the gap between them for fund raising. This gap is filled up by INTEGER Innovation.
  • To bridge the gap between the start-up loopholes and investors using “I-Impact” rule.
  • A platform where your virtual ideas are given shape in realistic world.
  • A Platform to pitch your ideas in right direction, at right time, in front of right people.
  • All start-ups registered with INTEGER will be helped to get in touch with investors even after the event forever.
  • Mentorship with futuristic goal plans will be decided to help start-ups focusing on their loopholes.
  • Meetings with mentors to help start-up’s to get them prepare their business models and timely execution. Starts-up will be given ample support with feedbacks from INTEGER Innovation.
  • Meet your own co- startups members and engage with them at right time to fully utilize your skill set.
  • An ideal environment to groom your start-up with 360 degree feedback.
  • INTEGER Start-Up Incubation Centre(ISIC) of its own with new concept and methodology very soon.(Note**: To be announced officially during the event)


 Networking perspective:
1.  Idea is to bring Start-up’s and corporate under one roof to help exchange the ideas between the
established the corporate industries and growing start-up’s.
2.  To bridge the gap as what all start-ups need from corporate industries and how corporate grows
to set an example for young start-ups.

3.  As individual the young youth attending this event will be getting good learning experience as what all
can contributed and how their skill set can be enriched by joining different start-ups at early stage. This
will be a good platform for them to get engaged in right direction.
4.   Different start-up’s interacting with each other at event will solve their team formation loophole too.

  College/University perspective:
1.   Different College representatives presiding over the event will get to know that academics is not all
which a student is carrying out at present in college/university.
2.   The college authorities should help and promote the student talent at right stage and provide him/her
with ample support.
3.   They should understand each and every student is master of his/her own skill set.



“How To Destroy An Economy”: Rahul Gandhi’s Latest Swipe At Government

Kaushik Basu, who served as Chief Economic Adviser to the Finance Ministry, tweeted a warning to the centre: “Don’t be in data denial… take corrective action…”



Rahul Gandhi Farmers

New Delhi: Congress MP Rahul Gandhi this afternoon cited figures collated by renowned economist Kaushik Basu – which project India’s GDP as contracting the most among a selection of 11 Asian nations, including China – to take yet another swipe at the government.

“How to completely destroy an economy and infect the maximum number of people really quickly,” Mr Gandhi tweeted, with a data table showing projected GDP growth (for 2020) for 11 Asian countries and the number of coronavirus-related deaths (per million) for each.

India, with a projected GDP contraction of 10.3 per cent (according to a IMF report released ealier last week) and 83 Covid-related deaths per million, is at the bottom of a list that includes China, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF), in a report released last Tuesday, said it expected India’s economy to shrink by 10.3 per cent – a huge downward revision from its June prediction for a government under pressure over its handling of the pandemic and the economic fallout.

Kaushik Basu, who served as Chief Economic Adviser to the Finance Ministry, tweeted another warning today: “Don’t be in data denial. Mistakes happen-admit & take corrective action…”

In August the government said India’s GDP had contracted by 23.9 per cent – much worse than expected – in April-June, as the pandemic brought key industries to a halt and left millions jobless.

Mr Gandhi tore into that revelation, accusing the government of ignoring repeated warnings from experts on the extent to which the coronavirus pandemic had affected the economy

The government has since claimed a recovery of sorts – on both fronts.

Earlier this month the Finance Ministry said “demand resurgence is palpable in many sectors” and yesterday a government-appointed committee said the country had crossed the coronavirus peak.

One of the points claimed by the committee was that the early lockdown, which triggered the economic problems – had significantly helped reduce the number of deaths due to the virus.

Meanwhile, apart from highlighting a potentially difficult 2020 for India’s GDP (something several economists and reports have already flagged), the IMF report triggered another row when it suggested that India’s per capita GDP is set to drop below that of Bangladesh.

Rahul Gandhi pounced on that as well, tweeting: “Solid achievement of 6 years of BJP’s hate-filled cultural nationalism. Bangladesh set to overtake India”.

Shortly after that government sources issued a clarification, claiming that in terms of purchasing power parity – a measure of GDP that accounts for relative differences between countries – India’s per capita GDP in 2019 was actually 11 times higher than that of Bangladesh.

China, which according to the data sheet shared first by Mr Basu and then Mr Gandhi, is projected to record positive GDP growth – 1.9 per cent – this year.

Bangladesh, meanwhile, is to record an impressive 3.8 per cent GDP growth for 2020.

This afternoon China released its July-September GDP figures and said its economy had grown by 4.9 per cent – the same as last year and only marginally below the expected 5.2 per cent.

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Adani, Piramal among bidders for bankrupt DHFL

In November last year, the Reserve Bank of India referred DHFL for bankruptcy under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code at the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT).





Mumbai, Oct 18 : Adani Group, Piramal Enterprises, US-based Oaktree and Hong Kong-headquartered SC Lowy have submitted their bids for the insolvent Dewan Housing Finance Corporation Ltd (DHFL), sources said.

The deadline to submit bids for DHFL ended on Saturday.

According to sources, Adani Group has bid for the wholesale and slum rehabilitation authority portfolio. Piramal Enterprises, on the other hand, has bid for its retail business.

Further, Oaktree has submitted a resolution proposal for the entire company with a bid value of Rs 20,000 crore.

The admitted debt of the insolvent NBFC is over Rs 90,000 crore.

In November last year, the Reserve Bank of India referred DHFL for bankruptcy under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code at the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT). Its resolution is now underway at the Mumbai bench of NCLT.

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Weak institutional participation leading to consolidation of equity markets




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Mumbai, Oct 18 : Weak institutional investment from domestic institutional investors (DII) and foreign portfolio investors (FPI) since September have led the Indian equity markets into a consolidation phase, according to a report by ICICI Securities.

The report noted that the sharp bounce back by the market after the lows in March was in anticipation of normalising economic activity, which has shown up in terms of high frequency data in September including PMI, GST collection, electricity demand, improving exports, wholesale auto sales.

“Institutional flows both from DIIs and FPI’s have turned weak since Sep as sharp upside in stocks since March lows turns equity valuations expensive. Weak institutional participation is resulting in a consolidation phase for equity markets currently,” it said.

It noted that current market behaviour of muted flows by institutional investors and the resultant consolidation in stock prices imply economic activity may plateau going forward after normalising to pre-Covid levels.

Expecting economic activity to rise beyond pre-Covid level without large fiscal and monetary stimulus would be erroneous as aggregate demand in the economy was already weak before the impact of the pandemic, it said.

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