The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Information Technology exclaimed that their recent visit to the city had been their best as they witnessed the rapid growth of T-hub and how Hyderabad will emerge on a global scale with the kind of work they are into.
The committee had nothing but jaw-dropping moments and praises for the KTR and everyone at T-hub for working at a pace that the whole country is expected to work at. Trivandrum MP Shashi Tharoor led the panel of other leaders on study visits toT-hub and Telangana State Data Center. The committee also was introduced how T-hub works and also a glimpse of the innovation ecosystems.
T-hub is home to multiple startups, and a few of them discussed and explained this incubation center has helped them bring their ideas to reality while equipping them with the market and the rise and fall of different trends. Apart from Tharoor, P. Chidambaram, Jayadev Galla, Tejasvi Surya, Mahua Moitra, Chandan Singh, and G. Ranjith Reddy went around the campus and indulged in a conversation with the startups and other ecosystem stakeholders.
Former Finance Minister P.Chidambaram was quite impressed with how Hyderabad has emerged and how a similar model was required in Tamil Nadu. The TN MP took to Twitter to praise Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and expressed how Late CM Y Rajashekar Reddy and Former CM Chandrababu Naidu of undivided Andhra Pradesh have built a foundation that TRS very well controls, helping Hyderabad emerge as a big name in the world of technology across the globe.
West Bengal MP Mahua Moitra also expressed her praise in very few words and hinted that this incubation center currently on a 70,000 square yard property would need space double of its current area due to the way it is growing.
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