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Budding #entrepreneur from Chandigarh University!!

Budding #entrepreneur from Chandigarh University!!

#CU #students unfolded their creative ideas and presented them with a productive shape!

Meet Our #Automobile #Engineering student - Trilok Singh, who has started his own start-up with the name GEARR TECHNOLOGIES under the guidance of CU-TBI. This start up focuses on affordable high end #Bicycles and its high #technology equipment’s. This start- up will bring to the Indian audience the scope of Products, #innovation, creativity and customization available in the market.

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