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Kerala all set to populate yet another IT park in state capital

Thiruvananthapuram, August 18, 2012: With its flagship IT park – TechnoPark -- ready to hang up a ‘house full’ sign, the Kerala government is all set to offer another facility for the infotech industry: Technocity, will offer state-of-art infrastructure facilities with Special Economic Zone status, in 450 acres of land at Pallippuram , 5 kms from TechnoPark on the national highway to Kollam and 14 km from the state capital’s international airport. Anchor occupants will be two familiar names from TechnoPark: Tata Consultancy Services  (TCS) setting up their Global Learning Academy in 86 acres of land to train and accommodate 16,000 IT professionals at a time and SunTec Business Solutions with its own campus in 10 acres of land.
Other major IT Companies will also be setting up their offices besides important educational and research institutes like The Indian Institute of Information Technology & Management –Kerala (IIITM-K). Asian school of Business which has its campus at Technopark 1st phase is in the process of setting up their campus in the 10 acres of land in Technocity.
When fully commissioned it will be an integrated IT township, encompassing IT/ITes infrastructure, residential apartments, shopping malls with multiplexes, hospitals, hotels, Educational institutions , and other support facilities.
Technopark has already become the single largest employment provider in Kerala. Technopark has nearly 270 companies providing direct employment to more than 37,000 highly paid IT/ITES professionals and 150,000 people indirectly.
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Kerala all set to populate yet another IT park in state capital
by Kowalski on   31,  2012
  "I agree with your point on unnecessary' poticilal bickering, like which party's which leader should be on the front page news. But I disagree with unnecessary' religious activities. If you think kaavadi' is pointless, I would say, hanging stars for Christmas, and building straw-huts and playing Santa is also a waste of time. Even more, govt. funding Hajj pilgrimage is a wastage of national funds. (this is not flame-bait, pls don't flame, I'm just making a point)But the rest, your presentation was excellent.Would you think some youth independantly thinking this way would change Kerala? (or India?). Youth are always labelled rebellious? What should we, in the form of a collective organisation, do to spread YouthKerala thoughts?"
     
Kerala all set to populate yet another IT park in state capital
by Kowalski on   31,  2012
  "I agree with your point on unnecessary'' poticilal bickering, like which party''s which leader should be on the front page news. But I disagree with unnecessary'' religious activities. If you think kaavadi'' is pointless, I would say, hanging stars for Christmas, and building straw-huts and playing Santa is also a waste of time. Even more, govt. funding Hajj pilgrimage is a wastage of national funds. (this is not flame-bait, pls don''t flame, I''m just making a point)But the rest, your presentation was excellent.Would you think some youth independantly thinking this way would change Kerala? (or India?). Youth are always labelled rebellious? What should we, in the form of a collective organisation, do to spread YouthKerala thoughts?"