MP looks to develop Indore as IT hub

Madhya Pradesh government has decided to make available 100 acre land in the city for developing IT facilities.

Indore: As part of its vision to develop
Indore as an IT hub, the Madhya Pradesh government has decided
to make available 100 acre land in the city for developing IT
facilities.

According to an official of the Indore Development
Authority, the state government has completed all formalities
but the actual plot is yet to be identified.
In January this year, a team from TCS had visited Indore
to inquire about the infrastructure facilities in the city.
Following the visit, the state government decided to make
available 100 acre land, for which TCS has emerged as
front-runner in the city`s `super corridor`.

The Madhya Pradesh government is looking at developing
Indore as the next destination for IT with a view to attract
investment and generate employment.

The government has invited major IT companies like TCS,
Infosys and Wipro in this regard.
State Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan recently
identified corridors in the city where the state government
plan to allocate land to IT firms.

The state government has also discussed the issue of
setting up IT facility with Infosys and the company has
expressed willingness to do so, the official said.

The state government will also contact Wipro in this
regard.

According to government officials, besides the three
leading IT companies, the state is also trying to bring the
medium-level IT companies.

The state government will organise a road show in
Hydebarad in the last week of December.

PTI

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