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Three Lakh Jobs in Electronics for Telangana says KTR:- Hyderabad emerged as a hub and a crucial destination for product innovation and advanced technology. Telangana IT Minister K Taraka Rama Rao (KTR) revealed that their goal is to generate three lakh jobs in the next four years in Telangana in the field of electronics. He made these comments during the inauguration of Intel's Design and Engineering Centre in Hyderbad. KTR said that their aim is to make Hyderabad a global electronics cluster in the country.
“We want to strengthen the electronics manufacturing ecosystem in Hyderabad and aim to add 3 lakh jobs in the sector in the next four years. We see leading technology companies grow their operations in the city which reflects a vibrant ecosystem and investment climate that Telangana offers,” said KTR during his speech. Efforts are being made to plan big in the field of electronic manufacturing. KTR said that 30,000 jobs are created in the field of electronics in the past five years. Telangana attracted investments close to Rs 5000 crores. Skyworth has on Saturday announced setting up of an industrial park in about 50 acres with an investment of Rs 700 crore.
The Government of Telangana wants to build a strong relationship with several electronic giants for employment facilities.
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