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IT parks in small towns and cities November 30, 2007

Posted by bdoza in BANGLADESH, TECHNOLOGY.
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[News & Views] Times of India reports that 4 more Indian cities are transforming into IT cities- 2 in the Tamilnaru and 2 in the west Bengal.Virunelvelly and Trichi are of Tamilnaru and Durgapur and Dankuni are of West Bengal.

The Indian National Association of Software and Service Companies has recently announced the plan. The President of the Association declared that they are taking the information technology from large cities to small towns. Manybig companies have extended their support to the idea. Tata Consultancy, Wipro and HCS and other large companies have expressed their willingness to buildup IT institutes in Tamilnaru and West Bengal. The concerned state governments are also enthusiastic in this regard. They have taken steps to improve the infrastructures of their towns. West Bengal government is ensuring electric supply, improving the roads and highways and improving the livelihood of the citizens in these towns. Tax-free economic zones are to be created in these towns and IT parks are being developed in these 4 towns.(Source: Prothom Alo)

The IT activity in Bangladesh in mainly confined in Dhaka. Now is the time for the Government to spread the technology to other cities and towns. The IT park or infrastructural facilities for IT development should be made available in those areas.

An ordinary citizen

Links:

1) One-fourth of Sundarbans lies in ruins
2) Strong local Govt key to democracy
3) Exit stretagies: the way ahead

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