Mentioning that the State has already attracted investments worth a whopping $32 billion, Rama Rao stated that Telangana’s GDP and per capita income are on the rise.
Speaking at the Assembly during a discussion on ‘Progress of industries and sectors in Telangana’, Rama Rao said that it was not possible to offer government jobs to everyone.
KT Rama Rao assured assistance in terms of prompt land allotment, adequate infrastructure development, installation of a common effluent treatment plant and offering competitive incentives.
Depalle in Nawabpet mandal and Vallur from Jadcherla mandal were presently being adopted by the university under this initiative.
T-Hub 2.0 is India’s largest technology incubator and the world’s second largest, and once operational, will house more than 2,000 start-ups.
A funding desk is also being built at T-Hub, which is working to help curated start-ups apply for grants and make pitches to selected investors for funding.
IT and Industries Minister KT Rama Rao said that B-Hub was envisioned as an accelerator for biopharma innovation featuring next-gen lab suites.
The annual ‘Intinta Innovator’ virtual exhibition showcased the works of over 100 innovators from 33 districts.
IT and Industries Minister KT Rama Rao termed the achievement as probably the largest free public WiFi in India, during the commemoration event.