Adilabad: A computer tower with an estimated cost of Rs 40 crore is emerging on the outskirts of the city of Adilabad. The state government has allocated 3 acres of land worth Rs 8 crore for the project.

The IT tower is designed as the “IT Incubation Center of Adilabad” which could accommodate 800 members.

This is part of the state government’s policy to encourage the establishment of IT units in Tier 2 cities.

A computer company, BDNT Labs, had been set up by local computer professionals in a building provided by the government. Some 120 employees currently work there and plan to integrate 80 other graduate engineers. IT Minister KT Rama Rao inaugurated the company a few months ago.

Many IT companies are showing interest in locating their units in Tier 2 cities to reduce their investment and maintenance costs compared to metropolitan cities.

These companies hire local talent and offer them lower salaries compared to what is offered to their employees in the big cities.

Sanjeev Deshpande, CII Telangana DT, IT and Startups Panel Organizer, said the policy of setting up branches in Tier -2 cities and hiring local talent presents a win-win situation for local businesses and youth .

Speaking to Deccan Chronicle, Adilabad MP Jogu Ramanna said the state government has allocated three acres of land to the Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (TSIIC), which will manage the construction project of the computer tower.

He said the computer tower would cover an area of ​​50,000 square feet, with parking and gardens. “We would opt for a second tower if necessary. Soon, the IT minister will lay the foundation stone for the first IT tower, he added.

Graduates selected for BDNT Labs received a stipend of Rs 10,000 during their six-month training period and were absorbed with a salary of Rs 25,000.

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