The minister Union Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar recently joked on the Internet. He said that the most searched keyword on Shaadi.com is neither IAS nor IPS, as one might anticipate. Instead, “startup founder” is used. Chandrasekhar made this statement while addressing it during Digital India Week. Being a public servant or a graduate from a prestigious institute used to be regarded as social currency in the matrimonial market, but it appears that this is no longer true.
Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Union Minister of State for Communications and IT, recently remarked that the most-searched phrase on Shaadi.com is not IAS or IPS officer, as one might anticipate. Rather, “startup founder” is now the most searched keyword on the matrimony site.
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The minister remarked while speaking at Digital India Week. Rajeev Chandrasekhar claimed that “startup employee” and “startup founders” are currently the most relevant searches on Shaadi.com.
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“Let me conclude by sharing something that someone recently informed me,” Chandrasekhar stated in his closing remarks at Digital India Week. “I’m reliably told on Shaadi.com — reliably told by someone else — that the keyword that is now most frequently looked for is not IAS, not IPS, not Tata firm or Birla company, but startup employee or startup founder.”
It’s unsure if the minister was joking or speaking genuinely, though his Twitter answer suggests the latter. “Just for laughs,” Chandrasekhar said in response to a tweet about his statements. Prime Minister Narendra Modi began Digital India Week 2022 in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, tuesday. PM Modi noted during the occasion that the central government’s main project Digital India has freed the poor from corruption. Moreover, it is attempting to remove intermediaries in all fields.