Jaipur, July 20 -- Even though it takes time and effort to become an entrepreneur, but if one can provide employment to even 10 people, one will be counted as a productive citizen for the economy, said chief election commissioner Sunil Arora at Manipal University in Jaipur on Friday.

He was addressing the orientation programme for BTech students, attended by more than 1,000 students and their parents.

"In college, it is important to both clear the exams as well as acquire knowledge. When one starts working - be it their own startup or in a corporate - one must analyse what one is giving back to society," he said.

The chief election commissioner said that in the last election of India, there were 600 million voters and the turnout of wome...