Things are now falling into place at Amaravati, the capital of Sunrise State. Eight IT companies are set to open their shops in the capital region on 16th this month. The first phase will see employment generation for 500 people. On the parallel side, over 15 IT training institutes are also being set up to train engineering students across the technologies that are required for on boarding on the jobs.
“This is a big boost for Amaravati. We are creating a total IT ecosystem so that engineering and tech graduates in the region get placements in some of the top IT companies here,” AP Non-Resident Telugu Society Chief Executive Officer Ravi Kumar Vemuru told PTI.
Overall, about 3000 engineering students in the capital region would undergo specialized training before being placed in the IT companies, he said.
Accel IT, Horizon IT, AdvanSoft (Chicago), MSR Cosmos, Adept Solutions, Intellisoft and TimesquareIT are set to begin their operations at Autonagar in Vijayawada on February 16.
Source – PTI