Bengaluru: Deputy CM of Karnataka, Dr. CN Ashwathth Narayan, who is also an IT, BT and Science and Technology Minister. On Thursday, a virtual platform launched 8 products aimed at reducing corona. These products have been developed by separate start-ups by Bengaluru Bioinnovation Center (BBC), Karnataka Innovation and Technology Society (KITS), Electronics Department, IT, BT and S&T, an initiative of the Government of Karnataka.
Congratulating the start-ups, the Deputy CM said that these technologies and products have been introduced and developed by start-ups at the BBC, adding to the list of earlier products. It appears that Karnataka is emerging as a leading state for fighting solutions in developing regions. Which is a result of the strong innovation ecosystem included here.
While talking to the media, he said that today we have introduced the urban PHC portal which will collect information from all PHCs. We currently have 140 PHCs. Today we are making sure that all information is collected digitally.