T-Hub was launched yesterday in Hyderabad, inviting the startup companies.
IT minister KTR, along with few other officials like Ratan Tata, Governor Narasimhan and others have launched T-hub, with the intention of inviting the startup companies in the state.
Speaking on the occasion, Ratan Tata, chairman Emeritus of Tata sons said, “This is the first of its kind hub in India. I appreciate Telangana government for initiating the proposal and launching the hub.”
“A similar kind of hub was started in America in 1980 and that helped the country to prosper. I believe, even Telangana government would witness the similar development in the near future. T-hub would be the first look of new India of tomorrow.”
He further said that, if anyone comes forward with an innovative idea, I am always ready to provide big investments.
“Enterprises are built on innovations. I grew up in an environment where the boss would tell you to first gain some experience before you talk. It is not the case today. If there are good ideas, you need to find a way to implement them,” he said, adding that those with passion and innovation would certainly succeed. He predicted that the next big breakthrough would be in the field of life sciences.
When Tata was aksed about the intolerance in India, he tried to be on the safe side, by just saying, “People in this country have lived together for centuries in communal harmony and would continue to do so.”
On the other side, Governor ESL Narasimhan stressed upn the rural people, saying that the state should pay equal attention and encourage the rural talent too. Speaking about it, he said, “Apart from IT, we need to look at innovations in societal requirements.”
IT minister KTR, the man behind T-Hub, even opined that, India and possibly Hyderabad, would witness a big breakthrough in technology.
By Phani Ch