Technical Board IIT Guwahati to support GCSPL develop India’s first discovery platform for retired seniors and bridge the gap for the growing need for their services
85% of retired senior experts can be productive even after their retirement.
Hyderabad, August 8 (Hydnow): A Hyderabad-based Guide’S-ME Consultancy Services Pvt. Ltd. (GCSPL), a startup founded by retired professionals enters a Memorandum of Understanding with the Technical Board, IIT Guwahati. The MoU was exchanged in a Press Conference held at T-Hub on Monday.
GCSPL launched Senior Experts in a discovery platform for retired seniors. It has 16000 senior experts and 500 SMEs are already on board. Various Surveys have revealed that 85% of retirees can be productive even after retirement.
India has 158 million senior citizens. There are 60million MSMEs. The platform Senior Experts bridges the gap. Retired senior experts who have expertise look for engagement. On the other hand, SMEs need expert guidance but they can’t afford it. The retired experts’ services can be put to use. With this MoU, IIT students who look for exposure will get that required exposure by working on the project. So the industry and academia gap that is prevailing can be reduced. It is a win-win project for all said Prof. Chivukula V. Sastri.
We provide a one-point solution to the industry, said Prof. Sastri. We will deliver products with state-of-the-art technology. Cream of the Technical Board IIT-Guwahati from multi-disciplines will develop a futuristic and robust product. This is probably the first experiment where the student body of an educational institute is directly working with industry, giving a solution I am aware of, Dr. Sastri added.
The MoU was signed and exchanged by Prof Chivukula V. Sastri on behalf of IIT Guwahati by its Chairman, Tech Board, and Mr. Chalam C. S., Mr. Anil Kumar Siddu, Mr. Pavanraj Nedunuri, Directors on behalf of GCSPL.
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