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The University of Kerala (UoK) started its experiments with start-ups, as early as in 2006, when it established an Industry Incubation Centre (IIC) and successfully incubated a student start-up - SooryaKiran Bioinformatics Pvt. Ltd. The Industry Incubation Centre has been renamed as "Kerala University Technology and Business Start-up Centre" (KU-TBSC) and re-started in 2016.
The KU-TBSC scheme mainly provides space and facilities for the start-up to function at a very nominal rate compared to other established incubation centres. Space is to be provided within the student's respective departments. All facilities and faculty of the department can be advertised by the student start-up as available to them on a consultancy basis, as per the relevant guidelines of consultancy.
The UoK start-up scheme, unlike most engineering college incubation centres, is not just focusing on technology based start-ups, but wants to encourage the very big diversity that exists in the university and wants students from every department to enthusiastically think about providing products/ services from their field.
U.O establishing Executive Committee (Ref: U.O. Pl.A1.2806/IQAC/15 dt 30.5.2016)
Already Processed Start-ups (Ref: U.O.No.IQAC/292/2016 dt 21.11.2016)
Proposals under consideration
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