In a press release, Finance Minister Buggana Rajendranath Reddy criticised his predecessor Yanamala Ramakrishnudu for misleading the public.
The project envisages establishment of a dedicated working group that will create a knowledge, innovation, and strategy support system, a statement said.
The report noted that only a little more than 1000 students every year pursue this degree in India.
Initially, close to 30 companies including Mahindra Electric, Tata Motors, Ashok Leyland, Hero Electric, and Swiggy among others attended the kick-off meeting chaired by Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant.
Kumar was speaking after launching an MBA program in `Agripreneurship and Value Chain Management' of the Indian Institute of Sustainability (IIS) of Gujarat University.
The growth in Telangana now is faster compared to the growth in Telangana region when it was a part of combined Andhra Pradesh, a Niti Aayog report has revealed.
Kant said India is dependent on China for semiconductor-based components and other electrical parts for EVs and this should not only be minimised but eliminated.
Asserting that the approach to Make in India is very clear, he said localisation has to be boosted.
'The writing is on the wall, and it's for the industry to make the inevitable change and drive it, and lead it, and make India a leader in the transition of mobility across the world,' he said.
VK Saraswat said rare earth materials are considered the 24th century materials and India has a huge potential to attract investment in the minor resources sector.
President of the recognised union of the steel plant J Ayodhya Ram said they were holding an emergency meeting on Thursday to decide the future course of action.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Secretary Aditya Nath Das said that the government has set up Village/Ward Secretariats to deliver the government schemes at the doorstep of beneficiaries.
'India cannot become the next factory of the world by copying China....We have always got into sunset areas of growth, this is the time to get into sunrise areas of growth,' the Niti Aayog CEO said.
In the fiscal 2021-22, the increase in central assistance is a meagre 1.58 percent. Over a period of five years, the growth is only 4 to 5 percent.
This positioning is expected to aid the district collectors to focus more on these sectors and improve their ranking in future.