‘Mission Youth’ can play an important role in fostering an environment conducive to entrepreneurship, provide platforms for engagement and implement sustainable strategies in Jammu and Kashmir. Mission Youth has already allocated a subsidy of Rs. 22.52 crores across diverse livelihood generation schemes, aiming to empower aspiring entrepreneurs. This visionary effort exemplifies the organization’s steadfast commitment to nurturing entrepreneurship, stimulating local economies and enhancing the socio-economic landscape of the region. Mission Youth’s unwavering dedication to holistic progress is evident through the disbursal of funds to 2814 already sanctioned cases in Mumkin, 801 cases in the Spurring Entrepreneurship initiative, and 295 cases of Tejaswini, soon to be finalized in every district. This initiative encompasses Spurring Entrepreneurship Initiatives worth Rs. 6.49 crores, Mumkin with Rs. 14.34 crores, and Tejaswini with Rs. 1.69 crores. Established with the primary objective of providing a comprehensive platform for youth engagement and outreach, Mission Youth focuses on strategic empowerment, sustainability, and prioritizing the interests of the youth. Its dynamic initiatives span various livelihood generation schemes, including Mumkin, Tejaswini, Spurring Entrepreneurship Initiative, Rise Together, and more. While the initiative has achieved considerable success, its focus should be on skill development in sectors relevant to the region’s economic potential, such as tourism, agriculture, horticulture, handicrafts, and information technology. There is a need to establish business incubation centers across the region to provide aspiring entrepreneurs with resources, mentorship, and workspace to nurture their business ideas that offer access to technology, infrastructure, and networking opportunities to help startups flourish. The government should facilitate access to financing options, including grants, loans, and venture capital, to enable entrepreneurs to fund their ventures. It should collaborate with financial institutions and investors to create tailored financial support programs. Then there is a need to create platforms for entrepreneurs to network, collaborate, and share experiences. Organize entrepreneurship forums, workshops, and conferences that bring together industry experts, successful entrepreneurs, and aspiring business owners. There is also a need to establish mentorship programs that connect experienced entrepreneurs and professionals with startups. Start-ups need to be provided guidance on business planning, marketing, and financial management to help startups succeed. J&K needs to develop technology hubs and innovation centers to encourage tech-driven entrepreneurship, promote innovation through hackathons, coding camps, and innovation challenges. The entrepreneurs need assistance in accessing local and international markets for their products and services. They need support in the promotion of indigenous products, handicrafts, and traditional industries. Also, there is a need to collaborate with government bodies to advocate for policies that facilitate entrepreneurship, reduce bureaucratic hurdles, and create a favorable business environment. The authorities should also focus on promoting inclusivity by encouraging entrepreneurship among women, minorities, and marginalized communities. By creating an environment conducive to entrepreneurship, providing engagement platforms, and implementing sustainable strategies, it strives to unlock the full potential of the youth. By implementing these strategies, Mission Youth can empower young individuals in Jammu and Kashmir, unlock their entrepreneurial potential and lead them toward a future filled with opportunities and economic prosperity.