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January 17, 2018

Minister satisfied on first successful anniversary of T Hub for skill development

Hyderabad : IT and Industries Minister K Taraka Rama Rao today express satisfaction at the T-Hub functioning on the occasion of its first-anniversary program here.

Inaugurating the first successful anniversary of T-Hub first phase at City Convention along with NASCOM chief BV Mohan Reddy, IT Secretary Jayesh Ranjan and other dignitaries he announced to start the second phase of the T-Hub. The first phase has, of course, fetched laurels to the state as the government is committed to promote new ideas which will ultimately come up with new products. Youth in Telangana are coming up with new and innovative ideas in the IT sector, hE claimed. The IT Minister also said that T-Hub which has become a platform for skill development also encouraging youth to polish up their ideas. Hyderabad has incubation centers like no other state has, he claimed.

“We have launched the T-Hub with great hope that it will encourage latent talent who can transform their ideas into programs to fructify he said. KTR further stated that the IT wing which is doing its best in the country and trying to surpass others in near future. We have offered complete encouragement to start-ups in a big way.

He called upon the start ups and entrepreneurs and the like minded to translate their thoughts and ideas to resolve the problems. Those are evincing interest on the innovative business ideas should focus on sectors that boost development in the state. The T Hub second phase will come up with more innovative ideas and the government will extend all support he averred.

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