Posted on 07/07/2017
In order to reduce the congestion in Bangalore city (I T Hub of India) and promote employment opportunities in other districts. The karnataka state government has proposed to setup an IT parks in the 3 different districts covering entire karnataka, keeping in view of the development of the other districts too. The government has sanctioned huge lands for this IT park attracting global investors and firms. This decision was taken in the recently concluded winter assembly session conducted at Suvarna Vidhana Soudha, Belgaum.
The government has asked the private firm to seek around 1,00,000 sq ft of land, so that overall growth and development of the northern region of karnataka takes place. As this would create large employment opportunities in the region. The IT parks in Hubli Dharwad region has already attracted large IT firms due to the climatic and other infrastructure conditions. The government official S R Patil (Telecom Minister) believes that this would help the entire Karnataka state to become the hub of Science and Research field, rather than just focusing on the capital Bangalore, which is already globally recognized. The Karnataka state government has already sanctioned Rs 2,000 crores for setting up a suitable land for the IT parks.
So, I request the people to influence these issues to the local authority and the minister of the state government to bring such IT parks in the Rajasthan state too, thereby focusing on the youths and infrastructure developments in the western Rajasthan.