The organizing committee of the 12th TechTop Innovation Summit has decided to provide free accommodation, food, transport and lab materials to all Indian participants of the month-long MIT-IIT Make in India Bootcamp and the week-long National Workshop. One hundred and twenty participants are expected to participate in both events. The judging committee is currently short listing final participants from 300 applicants.
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