Incubation Support

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Under the Atal Innovation Mission, Government is setting up Atal Incubation Centres (AICs)
in public and private sector as well as scaling up Established Incubation Centres (EICs).
13 AICs have been approved with a grant of INR 10 crore each.
A grant-in-aid of INR 10 crore is also being provided to 6 EICs.

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Government of Uttar Pradesh has supported setting up of 8 incubators (including IITBHU, IIM-Lucknow (Noida campus),
IIT-Kanpur, KNIT Sultanpur and iB Hubs-UPDESCO, Lucknow) in the State.
State Government provides Capital expenditure grant of up to Rs.1 Crore & operational expenditure support
of up to Rs. 5 Lac per year for 5 years.

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Government of Himachal has approved 7 academic institutes to setup incubators across various
sectors including IT, Engineering, Food processing, Biotechnology, Agriculture, e-commerce, etc.
The State Government provides financial assistance of Rs. 30 lakh per incubator per year
up to a period of three years. In addition it provides a grant of maximum Rs.10.00 lakh
for meeting the recurring expenditure.

Details available at: l892s/1479463763.pdf

Government of Gujarat has supported the development of iCreate -
a technology business incubator working with a vision to support large number of quality entrepreneurs.
Another such incubator, Centre for
Innovation Incubation and Entrepreneurship (CIIE) at IIM Ahmedabad is actively supported by the State Government.

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Incubation Area

Government of Telangana (GoT) has launched a Technology incubation centre
(T-hub) at IIIT-Hyderabad campus in Hyderabad.
T-Hub aims to promote entrepreneurship in the State and has state of art 70,000 sq. ft. building.
It operates on a PPP model between the GoT,
IIIT-H, ISB and NALSAR and key private sector leaders.

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Government of Andhra Pradesh has launched one of the first pilot incubation
facility to promote technology Startups in the coastal city of Visakhapatnam.
The State Government has constructed an incubation tower of 50,000 sq.ft
at Vizag to promote Startups and innovation culture.
The incubator operates on `Bootup-Startup-Scaleup’ model and lends focus
on first generation technocrat entrepreneurs.

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Government of Karnataka – NASSCOM Startup warehouse is a 30,000 sq. ft. facility that helps
create a robust ecosystem to support the early stage companies by getting angel investors, VCs, and enterprises
to play a more active role in Bengaluru and getting more Startups to succeed.
The facility is now expanded with Center of Excellence for innovation and entrepreneurship including an Hackcelerator,
a Center of Excellence for Design and a Wearables Lab.

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Government of Chhattisgarh has allocated 30,000 sq. ft. space in City Centre Mall
at Pandri which is to be expanded to 40,000 sq. ft.
It has about 300 seats and about 30 meeting spaces, conference rooms, auditorium, etc.
The incubation centre will also have:
Prototyping and development labs, Fablab, IOT lab, Multimedia lab.

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Subsidised Incubation

Government of Karnataka (GoK) – NASSCOM Startup warehouse provides a subsidized
co-working space to support the early stage companies.
The subsidized seat are provided to Startup with a rentals of Rs. 3500 per month.

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Government of Madhya Pradesh provides reimbursement of 25% of lease rental
subsidy to startup units established in the State. Units operating from Incubators shall be eligible
for a period of 3 years subject to the ceiling of Rs. 3 lacs per year
from the date of rent payment.

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Government of Goa has provisioned to provide lease rental subsidy
of up to Rs. 20 /square feet per month for a period of two years to local Startups.

Details available at: up-Policy-2017.pdf

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