Hyderabad, Sept.16 : IT Minister KT Rama Rao today informed the Assembly that the State government was committed to provide jobs to the youth. On the lines of T Hub One, the government will soon set up T Hub-2 at a cost of Rs 276 crore, he said. For the purpose, the government allotted three acres at Rayadurgam for T Hub 2, he said during the budget debate in the Assembly.
KTR replied to questions of members like Suman, Vivek on the start ups and steps for providing employment and resolving the issues. The IT Minister said the T Hub One was a successful incubator in the country and it would become the biggest incubator in the world. KTR said the State government was extending technological support to the States like Goa, Delhi and Assam in this regard. The T Hub-2 will provide employment to some 4,000 youths, he said.
“We are encouraging innovations in rural areas and expanding the IT to other cities in the State”, the Minister said, adding that the aim of the government was to provide jobs and employment to the youth. (NSS)