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The two are the youngest to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU)
At the event, a deal worth Rs 13 was signed to produce palmssized CPUs.
Two years later, Pratik Parma (26)
And Vaibhav (25)
Another memorandum of understanding will be signed at the 9 th edition of the summit, which starts on Friday.
Their proposal this time is to make more.
Layer printed circuit board (PCB)
This is the first start-up in Gujarat.
Two friends, part of five.
The member team has produced palm by establishing an Rs 3 crore unit in Daskroi-
Cpu and smart switch size for household appliances.
\"A dynamic platform opens up a direct channel for government departments --
The process of electricity financing has been facilitated, \"said co-company Parmar.
Founder and CEO of Crear Electronics.
\"It sounds incredible because of our MOU tag, we got the power connection to the plant on a public holiday.
\"Their company has created 9 jobs, not 25 jobs promised in the MOU, and invested in RS 3 promised by Rs 13.
\"Made in India and made in Gujarat is our motto --the mini-
Cpu is ideal for schools that don\'t want to invest in full
Frame the computer, \"said Patel.
The company\'s founder and chief financial officer added that both hardware and software were developed locally.
\"A school in avarari Gabat is running our system successfully, which is powered entirely by solar energy,\" Patel said . \".
The team is betting a lot now. layer PCB —
An integral part of a device running on the Internet of Things (IoT).
\"We have created a switch for home use that is made on an experimental basis,\" Patel said . \".
\"But we have to get technology from countries like Taiwan.
Our dream is to make it in Gujarat and reduce the cost of this equipment.
\"Recalling how officials refused to take them seriously, these are two jokes about their long beard.
\"But overall, support is good,\" Parmar said . \".
\"There may be reports that many unsuccessful entrepreneurs, but the summit provides a platform for entrepreneurs at the beginning of budding to connect with the government and experts, otherwise it will not be easy.
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