New Delhi: The central government is focusing on expanding digital opportunities in small and new cities in the country. This will ensure that every Indian youth lives and participates in the government and Prime Minister’s vision of a trillion dollar digital economy.
Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology Rajiv Chandrasekhar disclosed this information in the Lok Sabha today. He further said, “Software Technology Parks of India is an autonomous organization under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology.
It takes government initiatives across the country, including small towns. As per the recommendations received from the State Governments, 63 Indian Software Technology Parks have been set up across the country.
In Tamil Nadu, Indian software technology parks have been set up at Chennai, Coimbatore, Madurai, Tirunelveli, Trichy and Pondicherry,” he said.