Sisodia also attended a programme organised by Springdales School as the chief guest to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Independence.
The government earlier promised direct admission to class 12 students from top 126 Business Blasters teams in the state universities.
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Under the Business Blasters programme, students of classes 11 and 12 are given Rs 2,000 as seed money to develop business ideas.
The government organised the first-ever Expo-Investment Summit under the Business Blasters programme.
During the event, more than 100 selected business ideas by student entrepreneurs will be showcased, and will serve as an opportunity for investors to directly invest in the projects of their choice.