LG Manoj Sinha lays foundation stone for Innovation Tower at University of Jammu

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The cutting-edge facility will serve as a Central Hub for transformational Innovation, Incubation, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship in the UT: LG Manoj Sinha


Innovation tower to provide space for ideation and collaboration; to encourage youth to discuss new concepts and utilise the testing facility for future projects to reduce duration of the incubation period: LG

LG directs planning team to ensure space is flexible with in-built capability; multiple spaces for future technology and space for intellectual collision, experience sharing by students and mentors

One-of-a-kind facility will house Atal Innovation Centre & Data Analytical Centre, Skill Development & Career Progression Centre and Innovation Council

Innovation tower to have a dedicated space for Innovative Undergraduate Program “Design Your Degree” and provide a collaborative space for startups

JAMMU: LG Manoj Sinha laid the foundation stone for the Innovation Tower at University of Jammu. The facility will be completed in two phases under the Capex budget of 2023-24.

He said the cutting-edge facility will serve as a Central Hub for transformational Innovation, Incubation, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship in the Union Territory.

The One-of-a-kind facility will house Atal Innovation Centre & Data Analytical Centre, Skill Development & Career Progression Centre and Innovation Council. It will have a dedicated space for Innovative Undergraduate Program “Design Your Degree” and provide a collaborative space for startups, the LG Manoj Sinha observed.

The Innovation Tower will provide space for ideation and collaboration. It will encourage youth to discuss new concepts and utilise the testing facility for future projects to reduce the duration of the incubation period, he added.

The LG Manoj Sinha directed the planning team to ensure space is flexible with in-built capability and multiple spaces for future technology.  He further emphasized on creating a space for intellectual collision and experience sharing by students and mentors.

Presently, the building is approved for construction with G+3 floors in Phase-I. There is a provision to raise the structure to G+7 floors in Phase-II.

Sh Alok Kumar, Principal Secretary, Higher Education Department; Prof. Umesh Rai, Vice Chancellor Jammu University; senior officials, faculty members and students of the University were present.

 

 

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