Trinity has own incubation center to provide exposure for students inventions and creativity. It had been established
A business or startup incubator is a program managed by corporations, educational institutions or government agencies that provide an environment for startups to develop by providing services such as management training and office space. Startup incubators are usually non-profit organizations. The term “incubator” or “incubation center” are interchangeably used for a collaborative environment designed to help new startups succeed.
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.
Details available at: https://www.startupindia.gov.in/content/sih/en/startupgov/status-report.html
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.
Details available at: https://mpmsme.gov.in/website/startup