The Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has launched the second phase of YUKTI. The purpose of this portal is to provide a support to the innovators and create a link between the innovation and commercialization. This portal, YUKTI, was initially promoted by the name, Massive Indian Novelty Depository (MIND).

Earlier, the Minister had launched the YUKTI (Young India combating COVID with Knowledge, Technology and Innovation) web portal on 11 April, 2020.

This portal has been created in lieu of the contemporary pandemic situations. It will ensure that the students, teachers and the researchers are able to gain enough support through this portal. YUKTI will allow these people to advance their innovations and technologies. Ramesh Pokhriyal

HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’, during the launch of YUKTI 2.0, said: “ I’m happy that the AICTE innovation cell has created the YUKTI 2.0 platform in which students across the country will be able to see all the innovations in this platform. And also the people across the country, irrespective of their class and work can access the portal. This portal has been created to help the people attain various ideas and innovations for their work.”

Various people can use this portal to put up their ideas and innovations on it. And further it’ll help to commercialize them.

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