Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Software Technology Parks of India

In Gwalior 23rd Jan 2008 Our chief minister shri shivraj singh chouhan & sansad shri Jyotiradity scindhiya put the base of STPI ( Software Technology Parks of India) On this occassion chief minister said that it will enhance the Job opportunity in gwalior. And IT park will take gwalior to further milestone of development and will get gwalior in to the race of metro cities. In India the concept of making IT Parks arise in 1991 from there it has created various Job oppurtunities for the software technicals. I think that is very good for our City.

Few point about Banglore IT Park

Software Technology Parks of India (STPI), Bangalore is a society under the Ministry of Information Technology, Govt of India. Recognizing the immense potential of the Indian Software Industry, the Ministry of Information Technology (MIT), Govt. of India brought out in 1986, a policy document on "Computer Software Export, Software Development and Training". Subsequently, in 1990, the Ministry of Information Technology (MIT), Govt. of India, formulated the Software Technology Park (STP) scheme to promote & facilitate software exports from India. Offering new fiscal incentives, state-of-the-art infrastructure and an investor friendly environment, the scheme has contributed to a steep growth in the Software Exports. Get more information about STPI and its activities.To get more details about the STPI Infrastructure in various cities in Karnataka.

International Tech Park Limited (ITPL)
The International Tech Park, Bangalore offers a superb business advantage to corporations seeking a foothold in India, one of the world's biggest emerging markets. The futuristic Park is built to exacting international standards, supported by state-of-the-art infrastructure. Amidst a refreshing and aesthetically appealing environment, the Park offers a one-stop solution integrating office, production, commercial, residential and recreational needs in a single location. The International Tech Park, Bangalore is meticulously designed and built to suit the requirements of international hi-tech companies in the field of information technology, software development, electronics, telecommunication, research and development, financial services and other non-polluting hi-tech industries. by exploring thier website.

Electronics City
Electronics City is an industrial park spread over 330 acres exclusively meant for electronics industries. It houses more than a hundred industries, including IT industry leaders such as Motorola, Infosys, Siemens, ITI, and Wipro etc. The area is maintained by Keonics, which provides all the necessary infrastructure.

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