what are the most common problems of maximum people that could be solved with technology?

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I want to solve problems of common man in small cities/town. Please help me identify some of them. For example unemployment is the biggest problem, then we have transport, quality of everything detoriates as we move deeper into cities be it education, food, clothes etc. What else you think are bog problems that can be solved by a startup.

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  1. As a citizen, how many of us know what our rights are? Know the exact traffic rules and fines?
  2. Procedures and Paper work: Be it getting a driving license or a ration card. Getting a domicile certificate from a college or a leaving certificate. The processes are convoluted and needs external guidance.
  3. Education Space – Engineering. Most engineering students are there with no certain future, no approach to proper advisors and almost never good faculty in their college.
  4. Don’t know if it is only India, but reading is just not popular.
  • ranjana
    hey Rohit, thanks for your answer. please check your inbox.
  • Naveen Sakhamuri
    In Education space: Providing E-Learning platform on Skills development, Subjects, technology updates, career development programs, updates on domains available, etc.., by collaborating one university level colleges under one hub each by involving the students to interact and also by conducting webinars, events, workshops, etc. Also providing licensed certifications/ badges from the companies to the students for their participation in an event/workshop from their universities. It might increases the career oppurtunities for the students, more outlook, enhance more skill set etc.
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The main issue that you’re referring to is indeed a real problem, and it goes beyond just the tech industry. It’s more of a flaw in capitalism that we’ve yet to solve.

By definition, the role of a business as we’ve traditionally defined it is to earn a profit. In order to earn a profit, businesses primarily aim to provide products and services to groups who have money. Since money is the lifeblood of a business, this means that when you don’t have any, you become practically invisible to those entrepreneurial forces. So, the problems that cause the most suffering are often the hardest to gain traction for.

 

  • ranjana
    yea, you are rite but I am asking about the problems which could be solved with technology and ofcourse is profitable
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looking forward for more inputs???

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