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Global IT Scenario
  • As per Global Information Technology Report
    2010-2011, ICT continues to drive Innovation,
    Productivity, and Efficiency gains across
    Industries and improvement in Citizens daily
    lives
  • Asia Home to best performing Global ICT Companies

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ICT Sector in India
  • Indian IT/ITES exports have grown to Rs.3,27,750
    crores
  • Indian IT sector currently employs 2.8 million
    professionals directly 8.9 million indirectly,
    accounting for over 5.7 of GDP
  • Majority of the Fortune 500 Global 2000
    corporations source IT/ITES Services from India
  • India - 55 of the global sourcing of IT/ITES
    services and garnering 35 of the ITES/BPO
    markets
  • India accounts for over 28 of IT and BPO talent

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IT in Andhra Pradesh
  • AP is the first state to initiate some of the key
    e-Governance projects in the country
  • Presently the share of IT exports of our state is
    12.4 of National IT exports.
  • IT Employment in AP occupies 11.4 of National IT
    employment.
  • AP IT sector contributes 0.85 share to the
    National GDP (National GDP share is 5.7).
  • AP ranks 4th in IT performance in the country.
  • For the year 2011-2012, AP growth rate is 16 as
    against National growth rate of 15.7.
  • The total IT turnover from the State for the year
    2011-2012 is Rs.53,246 crores (ExportsRs. 40,646
    crores DomesticRs.12,600 crores) .
  • IT contributes to 39 of total exports from AP.
  • AP has 56 IT SEZs, out of 353 approved IT SEZs in
    the country.

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Growth of IT in AP (1999-2012)
PARTICULARS 1999 2012 INCREASE
No. of IT companies 194 1268 6.5 times
Employment 12,000 318624 26 times
Exports (Rs.Crores) 284 40646 143 times
Built-up Space (sft) 200,000 60 million 300 times
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Growth of IT Exports in AP (year wise)
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Advantage Andhra Pradesh Physical
Infrastructure in the state
Compiled by Cushman Wakefield Research
  • World-class international airport in Hyderabad
    and several domestic airports across the state
  • Proposal for upgradation of Airports of Tier II
    cities
  • Air connectivity from Hyderabad to major
    international destinations such as USA, UK,
    Netherlands, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Dubai,
    Sharjah, Thailand, Malaysia etc.
  • Major sea port at Visakhapatnam and two
    intermediate ports at Kakinada and Machilipatnam

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AP Reliable Source for technical business
talent
  • Large pool of English-speaking graduates

1920 U.G. Colleges
4,48,152 graduates/year
698 Engineering Colleges
2,69,175 engineers/year
713 MCA Colleges
50,148 seats/year
971 MBA Colleges
78,340 seats/year
174 Polytechnic Colleges
40,785 seats/year
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IT HR - Jawahar Knowledge Centres (JKC)
  • Initiative of the State Govt.
  • Industry-grade skills imparted to students
  • Top companies participate in JKC
  • 704 JKCs - Trained over 1 lakh students (girls
    and students from socially and economically
    backward communities)
  • 27260 received campus placements with the major
    IT companies
  • Another 25000 got placements in other IT companies

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ICT Policy 2010 - 2015 Objectives
  • To achieve an Export turnover of US 14,000
    million
  • To create additional direct IT employment of 125
    thousand
  • To contribute to 50 of annual total exports from
    the State
  • To grow at a annual rate of 17

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ICT Policy 2010 - 2015 Strategies for promotion
of IT
  • Attract new IT MNCs that do not have presence in
    India Hyderabad, by conducting overseas Road
    shows, networking meetings etc.
  • To attract IT/ITES, MNCs/IT majors that have
    presence in India but not in Hyderabad etc.
  • Motivate the ICT majors present in Hyderabad to
  • (i) Expand their operations
  • (ii) Expand to Tier II / III locations -
    Warangal, Vijayawada, Vizag, Kakinada, Tirupati,
    Nalgonda etc.
  • To Promote new segments like Start ups
    /SMEs/Product companies, Animation Gaming, etc,
    Electronic System design and Manufacturing
    companies through special facilitations and
    attractive package of incentives

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ICT Policy 2010 - 2015 Strategies for promotion
of IT
  • Encourage engineering colleges / academic
    institutions across the State to set up
    Incubation Centers in their campuses to provide
    projects/gainful employment to their students
  • Preferential Policy on awarding e-Governance
    projects of the Government to SMEs - upto Rs.
    250 lakhs to the empanelled SME IT companies as
    per specified parameters and above Rs. 250 lakhs,
    minimum 10 of the contract value to be
    outsourced to non related SMEs (not having any
    equity in the SME) by the prime bidder

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ICT Policy 2010 - 2015 Special Focus Areas
  • Start-up Companies
  • SMEs
  • IT Product/RD Companies
  • SC/ST Entrepreneurs
  • Women Entrepreneurs
  • Animation, Gaming Digital Entertainment
  • Engineering Services
  • Tier II locations
  • Tier III locations
  • Promotion of IT Incubation facility at
    engineering Colleges
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Promotion of Womens participation in ICT Sector
  • Mega Projects - Special dispensation
  • eGovernance - Local language promotion, CSCs,
    State Wide Area Net Work, State Data Centre

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ICT Policy 2010 - 2015 General Incentives
  • IT/ITES units are exempt from the purview of the
    AP Pollution Control Act, except in respect of
    power generation sets.
  • IT/ITES units/companies are exempt from the
    purview of statutory power cuts.
  • IT Industry is exempt from inspections under the
    following Acts and the Rules framed there under,
    barring inspections arising out of specific
    complaints. The IT units are permitted to file
    self-certificates, in the prescribed formats.
  • - The Factories Act 1948.
  • - The Maternity Benefit Act 1961.
  • - The AP Shops Establishments Act 1988.
  • - The Contract Labour (Regulation Abolition)
    Act 1970.
  • - The Payment of Wages Act 1936.
  • - The Minimum Wages Act 1948.
  • The Employment Exchanges (Compulsory Notification
    of Vacancies) Act 1959.
  • General permission for three shift operations
    with women working in the night for IT/ITES
    units/ companies

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ICT Policy 2010 - 2015 Common Incentives for
All Verticals
  • 100 reimbursement of stamp duty, transfer duty
    and registration fee paid by on sale/lease deeds
    on the first transaction
  • 50 reimbursement of stamp duty, transfer duty
    and registration fee paid on sale/lease deeds on
    the 2nd transaction
  • Admissibility of Industrial power category tariff
  • 25 power subsidy on power bills for a period of
    3 years or Rs. 30 lakhs whichever is earlier,
    from the date of commencement of commercial
    operations
  • Rs.15 lakhs recruitment assistance
  • Reimbursement of patent filing cost - Rs. 2 lakhs
  • Reimbursement of quality certification
    expenditure - Rs.4 lakhs
  • Reimbursement of 50 exhibition stall rental cost
    for participating in the notified
    national/international exhibitions limited to 9
    sq.mt. space

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ICT Policy 2010 - 2015 Specific Incentives to
Focus Areas
Reimbursement of Lease Rentals Startups
SMEs Providing 25 subsidy on lease rentals upto
Rs.5 lakhs per annum maximum upto a period of
three years, for the plug-and-play built up
office space ranging from 1000 sft to 5000 sft,
leased in STPI, IT/multi-purpose SEZs/IT Parks
(both Public Private promoted). Recruitment
Assistance Startups Recruitment Assistance of
Rs.2.5 lakhs for recruitment made upto 50 IT
professionals within a period of one year.
SMEs Rs.10 Lakhs as recruitment assistance for
employing minimum 200 IT employees within 2 years
of commencement of commercial operations.
RD Rs.15 Lakhs as recruitment assistance for
employing minimum 150 IT employees within two
years of commencement of commercial operations.
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ICT Policy 2010 - 2015 Specific Incentives to
Focus Areas
SC/ST Entrepreneurs Women Entrepreneurs Rs.10
Lakhs as recruitment assistance, basing on the
level of employment generated, for employing
minimum 100 IT employees within three years of
commencement of commercial operations i.e., Rs.5
lakhs for first 50 employement generated in the
first year , Rs.2.5 lakhs to the next 25
employees in the 2nd year, and Rs.2.5 lakhs for
the remaining 25 employees employed at the end of
third year. Animation,Gaming digital
Entertainment Engineering Services Rs.15 Lakhs
as recruitment assistance for employing minimum
100 employees within one year of commencement of
commercial operations. Tier II locations Rs.15
Lakhs as recruitment assistance for employing
minimum 100 employees within two year of
commencement of commercial operations. Tier III
locations Rs.10 Lakhs as recruitment
assistance, basing on the level of employment
generated, for employing minimum 100 IT employees
within three years of commencement of commercial
operations i.e., Rs.5 lakhs for first 50
employement generated in the first year , Rs.2.5
lakhs to the next 25 employees in the 2nd year,
and Rs.2.5 lakhs for the remaining 25 employees
employed at the end of third year. This incentive
is available only for the first 5 anchor
companies as identified by the Government .
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ICT Policy 2010 - 2015 Specific Incentives to
Focus Areas
Reimbursement of Patent Filing Costs Startups
RD SC/ST EntrepreneursWomen Entrepreneurs 
Electronic Hardware Patent Filing Costs will be
reimbursed to a maximum of Rs.2 lakhs on
successful attainment of the patents. Reimbursemen
t Quality Certification Expenditure SMEs,
Animation,Gaming digital Entertainment
Reimbursement of 20 of expenditure incurred for
obtaining quality certification limited to a
maximum of Rs.4 lakhs. SC/ST Entrepreneurs
Women Entrepreneurs 50 subsidy on the expenses
incurred for quality certification, limited to
Rs. 2.00 Lakhs. Engineering Services Reimbursemen
t of 20 of expenditure incurred for obtaining
quality certifications for CMM Level 2 upwards.
Reimbursement will be limited to a maximum of
Rs.4 lakhs. Similar reimbursement will be made to
BS7799 for security and also for ITES Companies
for achieving COPC and eSCM certification.
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Tier II Cities Emerging IT hubs in the State
  • Visakhapatnam
  • 2 IT SEZs in 142 acres at Madhurawada IT Layout -
    Functional
  • 1 IT SEZ at Gambheeram in 50 acres - Ready
  • Vijayawada
  • IT Towers/SEZ in 30 acres with APIIC
  • Incubation Centre in 2 acres with STPI - Proposed
  • VGTMUDA SEZ in 40 acres - Proposed
  • Tirupati
  • IT SEZ in 80.45 acres
  • IT Incubation Centre with STPI (12,000 sft.)

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Tier II cities Emerging IT hubs in the State
  • Kakinada
  • Incubation Centre with STPI (14,000 sft.)
  • IT SEZ in 25 acres
  • Warangal
  • APIIC IT SEZ in 35.8 acres
  • Private SEZ in 25 acres
  • Incubation Centre with STPI in 4000 sft.
  • Kadapa
  • IT SEZ in 52.76 acres

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IT Infrastructure InitiativeInformation
Technology Investment Region
  • ITIR - 202 Sq. Km. (50,000 acres) delineated
    corridor for encouraging Investments in
    IT/ITES/EHW/ESDM sectors
  • ITIR is an integrated region with Industrial
    Areas (processing area) supported by necessary
    residential, commercial and social infrastructure
    (non-processing area) to reduce the burden on
    existing urban areas
  • Fiscal benefits will be available to companies
    establishing in this region through existing
    industrial promotion schemes - offered by the
    state government and central government
  • ITIR is expected to become a significant driver
    of economic activity in Hyderabad.
  • The High Powered Committee headed by Cabinet
    Secretary, GoI in its meeting on 03.08.2012 has
    recommended in-principle approval to the Andhra
    Pradesh ITIR Project

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Information Technology Investment Region (ITIR)
7
SEZ
8
SEZ
SEZ
9
3
SEZ
1
SEZ
2
6
4
10
5
Uppal Pocharam agglomeration
SEZ
CDA agglomeration
HADA agglomeration
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11
SEZ
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Electronic Hardware Industry Scenario
  • The Electronic Hardware Industry has potential of
    US 1.75 trillion Industry world wide . It is
    expected to reach US 2.4 Trillion by 2020
  • Size of the global electronics industry vis-à-vis
    other major industries
  • 4.40 times oil, petrol and minerals
  • 2.75 times chemical and plastics
  • 2.45 times food, beverages and tobacco
  • 2.44 times transportation
  • 2.20 times electricity, gas and water
  • The demand for the Indian market was US 45
    billion in 2008-09 and is expected to reach US
    400 billion by 2020/ USD 1 billion in India
  • The Indian electronics hardware production
    constitutes only around 1.31 of the global
    production.
  • The domestic electronics production in 2008-09
    was about US 20 billion. At the current rate of
    growth the domestic production can cater to a
    demand of US 100 billion in 2020 as against a
    demand of US400 billion. This aggregates to a
    demand supply gap of US 300 billion. by2020

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Electronic Hardware Industry Scenario
  • The status of Electronic Industry in Andhra
    Pradesh at present is
  • - AP State ranks No.5 in the National Electronic
    industry
  • - AP State contributes to 7.5per cent of
    electronic production in the Country
  • - AP reached Rs.6500 crores production and Rs.650
    crores exports and direct employment of 60000 by
    2010-2011
  • Houses 300 electronic industries with 60,000
    employee base and in highly specialized lines.
  • For attracting Electronic Hardware Industry, to
    set up and grow their operations in the Stateof
    Andhra Pradesh, the new Electronic Hardware
    Policy 2012-2017 is on anvil.
  • State of Andhra Pradesh aspires to achieve an
    EHM(Electronic Hardware Manufacturing)
    Revenue(both domestic Export s) of more than
    Rs.66.682 crores and employment of 1,75,000 by
    2017.
  • Special facilitation and incentives for
    Electronic Hardware - in the areas of Industrial
    Electronics, Communication broadcast
    equipments, Computers Peripherals, Strategic
    electronics components (Semiconductors, Solar
    Displays) etc., through Electronic Hardware
    Policy 2012-2017.

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ANDHRA PRADESH ELECTRONIC HARDWARE POLICY
2012-2017 Salient Features
  • Convert existing clusters such as FAB City and
    Aeronautical SEZ into Centers of excellence,
    giving fresh impetus on Infrastructure
  • Create 4 Hubs covering NEWS (North, East, West,
    and South) in and around ORR, Hyderabad
    consisting of 300 Acres of Multi product
    Electronic SEZs and another 200 acres for the
    supporting Electronic Industry.
  • Create a joint Government-Industry committee to
    market India and attract investment in India.
  • Incentivizing investments in Andhra Pradesh by
    creating a model where the subsidy or rebate
    given to a Electronic Hardware industry is
    determined on the basis of the value addition.
  • RD will be the key focus areas for Andhra
    Pradesh as competing on volume is not feasible.
    IP creation by local units will be given prime
    importance.
  • Common facilitation Centre/Incubation
    Centre/Cluster should be established with full
    pledged testing facilities to meet the global
    quality parameters such as EMC, Safety Testing,
    RF, Microwave Testing, Environmental Testing, and
    Endurance Testing Other Functional Testing.
    This should be closer to the Electronic
    Industries Cluster.
  • Creating Hardware Manufacturing Clusters in both
    SEZ and non-SEZ(domestic) areas in tune with the
    Policy Guidelines of Electronic Hardware
    Promotion program of Govt of India
  • Create a fund under the management of a working
    committee comprising representatives of industry
    bodies and government, with an equal stake to
    promote design, manufacturing, assembling, and
    Innovation and packaging business.
  • Organizing exhibitions, conferences and taking
    Electronic Hardware companies located in the
    state as part of trade delegations to domestic,
    national and international exhibitions.
  • .

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ANDHRA PRADESH ELECTRONIC HARDWARE POLICY
2012-2017 Salient Features
  • Recognizing the importance of involving Industry
    Stake Holders, President, ELIAP has been included
    as a member of Consultative Committee on IT
    Industry (CCITI) which is a industry Government
    body for administration of incentives and
    providing comfort and facilitation for
    Electronics Hardware Sector.
  • Nodal Agency The state Government will create a
    Nodal wing within IT C Department which will act
    as a single window to deal with Customs / Excise
    and other State and Central Government agencies.
    The agency will also coordinate with Government
    of India for expediting the release of Special
    Incentive Package Scheme (SIPS) applicable to
    mega projects of National importance.
  • HR Initiative The Government of Andhra Pradesh
    will strive to implement the recommendations made
    by the national Skill development Program - NSDP.
    It will create an Institution mechanism similar
    to JKC which will coordinate with Engineering
    Colleges, ITI etc to implement the NDSP
    recommendations.
  • New Infrastructure The state Government will set
    up New Electronic Hardware Park in an area of 150
    Acres with options of SEZ and Non SEZ giving a
    greater discretion to electronic industry the
    option of operating in SEZ or Non SEZ. State of
    the Infrastructure with all basic amenities such
    as internal Roads, water, power and other common
    facilities will be made available to the
    investors.
  • Renewable Energy The state Government will
    encourage unites using Renewable energy. Units
    using Renewable source of energy with minimum 40
    of their power requirements coming from renewable
    sources for their operations and manufacturing
    will be eligible for additional incentives such
    as Electricity tax exemption for 5 years. Sales
    tax exemption for two additional years against
    the Carbon Credits earned year on year basis.

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ANDHRA PRADESH ELECTRONIC HARDWARE POLICY
2012-2017 Salient Features
  • International Outreach Participation of the IT
    C Department Government of Andhra Pradesh with
    industry association such as ELIAP, MAIT ELCINA
    in International ICT and Electronic exhibition
    and conference world wide and also strive to
    conduct International scale ICT Event in the
    state to project Andhra Pradesh as the most ideal
    destination for investment. The State Government
    will also explore to tie up opportunities with
    major electronic clusters located globally to
    give Marketing and Technology access to Local
    electronic design and manufacturing companies
    based in Andhra Pradesh.
  • Encouragement of Made for India products The
    state Government will encourage the use of
    products made in India for developmental
    initiatives such as e-governance plan, UID, SSA,
    R-APDRP and all other e-governance initiatives at
    the state level. This initiative of the state
    Government is to reduce the use of imported
    products in all state and central Government
    program. On a case basis where ever required the
    state Government from time to time will request
    Government of India to impose Anti Dumping duty
    of goods which are directly contradicting the
    Made in India Electronic products. State
    Government procurement with higher local value
    addition will be encouraged and additional basis
    points in Technical evaluation will be given to
    companies using products with greater Indian
    value addition and local language interface.

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ANDHRA PRADESH ELECTRONIC HARDWARE POLICY
2012-2017 Salient Features
  • General Incentives for all Electronic Hardware
    companies
  • -100 reimbursement of stamp duty, transfer duty
    and Registration fee paid on sale/lease deeds/
    mortgages Hypothecations on the first
    transaction.
  • -50 reimbursement of stamp duty, transfer duty
    and Registration fee paid on sale/lease deeds
    /mortgages Hypothecations on the 2nd
    transaction.
  • -Admissibility of Industrial Power category
    tariff.
  • -50 to Micro, 40 to small 25 to medium
    large scale industry power subsidy on power
    bills for a period of 5 years from the date of
    commencement of commercial operations
  • -Reimbursement/Grant of 50 exhibition subsidy
    for participating in the national/ international
    exhibitions limited to 9 sq m space.
  • -20 Investment subsidy limited to Rs.20 Lakhs
    for micro small industries and additional 5
    incentive subsidy for women, SC, ST
    Entrepreneurs.
  • -3 interest rebate limited Rs.5 Lakhs per year
    for 5 years.
  • -10 subsidy on capital equipment for technology
    up gradation limited to Rs.25 lakhs as one time
    availment to an eligible company.
  • -50 subsidy on the expenses incurred for quality
    certification limited to Rs.4 Lakhs (Conformity
    European(CE),China, Compulsory Certificate
    (CCC),UL Certification, ISO, CMM Certification,
    SA, RU etc.,
  • -25 subsidy on cleaner/ green production
    measures limited to Rs.10 Lakhs
  • -25 rebate in land cost limited to 10.00 lakhs
    in Industrial estates, industrial parks, sezs,
    hubs, parks clusters.
  • -50 reimbursement/ grant of cost involved in
    skill up gradation training the local manpower
    limited to Rs 2,000/- per person.

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ANDHRA PRADESH ELECTRONIC HARDWARE POLICY
2012-2017 Salient Features
  • Specific Incentives to Focus Areas in Electronic
    Hardware sector 
  • -Allocation/ Reservation of 20 of Order value to
    electronic hardware SMEs in State Govt promoted
    Projects
  • Special incentives forStart up, Micro, Small
    Medicium, RD, SC/ST/Women Entrepreneurs/Tier
    II/Tier III locations and existing units (other
    than large industries)
  • Priority Project Incentive for ESDM Sector
  • A special negotiated package of incentives will
    be offered for priority projects in ESDM sector
    proposed to set up by the Electronic Hardware
    Companies for manufacture of ESDM including
    PV/Fab/ Semiconductor design and Manufacturing,
    Assembling, Testing and Packaging plants. The
    priority projects in ESDM sector are defined as
    such projects promoted by the Electronic Hardware
    companies having the present employment of more
    than 100, existing investment of more than Rs.10
    crores and turnover of more than Rs.20 crores for
    the last three years and projected future
    employment potential of 500.
  • Provision of Land for construction of own
    Manufacturing facility
  • Allotment of Government land to the Electronic
    Hardware Industry are made subject to
    availability, fulfillment of certain eligibility
    criteria by the applicant company, and on payment
    of land cost development cost, as determined
    from time to time by the allotment agencies,
    i.e., APIIC/HMDA and the concerned local
    Statutory Authorities.

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IT InitiativesSpecial Thrust for Animation
Gaming Sector
  • Government of Andhra Pradesh (GoAP) wants to
    develop a futuristic Digital City that will serve
    as an epicenter of Research Development and
    production of Animation gaming related
    technology in India.
  • The Gaming Animation Park (GAP) will serve as
    an incubator/spring board for developing an
    entertainment Technology based eco system.
  • GAP to include
  • Animation companies
  • Gaming companies
  • Digital Film production houses
  • Music studios
  • TV studios
  • World class Animation Gaming training academy
    (academies)
  • Regulation support office
  • Entertainment complex

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Advantage AP The Most Preferred IT/ITES/ EHW
Destination
  • Strategically located North of South and South
    of North of the country.
  • Excellent Air, Rail Road network More than 30
    flights, 160 trains and nearly 2000 buses connect
    Hyderabad everyday with other parts of India.
  • Direct connectivity to London, Bangkok,
    Frankfurt, Singapore, Kaula Lampur and the Middle
    East.
  • Has optic fibre linked telephone exchanges with
    telephone density of 118 per 100 people.
  • Multi-cultural social fabric.
  • Low cost living with excellent civic amenities.
  • Lowest crime rate 193 per 1,00,000 population.

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Advantage AP The Most Preferred IT/ITES/EHW
Destination
  • Hyderabad is listed as one of the 41 Must
    Visit cities in the world. Hyderabad is the only
    city from India, FEATURED IN THIS RANKING SHOWN
    AT 19TH PLACE.
  • - The New York Times January
    2011
  • Andhra Pradesh highlighted as No.2destination in
    India, where Govt permissions, clearances
    Licences are provided in the quickest time frame
  • - The World Bank Report Doing Business in
    India 2009
  • Microsoft looks at Hyderabad as one of the most
    important centers internationally.
    -
    Bill Gates, Microsoft
  • "Andhra Pradesh has become one of the leading
    global IT centers because of the talent of its
    business leaders, its workforce, and the strong
    support of its government leadership.
  • - Harris Miller
    President IT Association of America

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Andhra Pradesh - Kohinoor of India
Koh i noor Mountain of Light
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Please do get in touch with us- Ponnala
Lakshmaiah Honble Minister forInformation
Technology Communications Govt. of Andhra
Pradesh, Hyderabad, India
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