Drive into the future with Swaayatt; Karnataka govt launches Samruddhi scheme
Samruddhi, the rural entrepreneurship programme for Scheduled Castes (ST) and Scheduled Tribes (SC) was launched on Tuesday by Priyank Kharge, Minister for Social Welfare, Government of Karnataka. Through this rural employment and skill development programme, the government will partner with private organisations to provide training free of cost.
Reliance Industries (RIL) chairman Mukesh Ambani was the keynote speaker at the 24th MobiCom conference held in New Delhi on Tuesday. Ambani batted for India’s strong economic growth and said it was on its way to becoming “the third-richest country” in the world. He stressed on India’s “unmatched and unprecedented” digital growth over the last two years since the rollout of Reliance Jio that made internet truly democratic for the first time. During this period, India climbed from the 155th position in mobile data consumption to being number one as internet usage soared across rural and urban locations.
Swaayatt Robots removes the need for network and carrier companies to be part of the connected car ecosystem. With Swaayatt, each car can drive by itself thanks to an onboard computer communicating to the onboard cameras through a LAN and making all the self-drive decisions. By doing so, the costs of the car drop significantly. Say if you paid Rs 67 lakh for the Tesla, let's drop the cost by a third, and that makes the difference.
Opting to work with a startup in the initial stages comes with huge responsibility, accountability, freedom, liberties and various other pros and cons. While the environment is ‘cool’, fun and energetic to begin with, it can snowball into a hectic schedule with exhaustive working hours and crushing deadlines. It is a great way to kickstart a career. There are various roles that one needs to take up at that stage in a startup, which helps in building the company’s foundation as well as kickstart one’s professional growth.
Consumers Insights Study 2018, conducted by 91mobiles, states that OnePlus is the most recommended smartphone brand for this year. Almost 90 percent of its current users recommend the brand, which received the highest rating under 'Value for Money' category. The Consumer Insights Study 2018 was conducted to understand dynamically changing customer preferences. The Gurugram-based company provides information and interactive tools to help customers decide which phone to buy and from where.