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Increase in Employment Opportunities for Rural Youths Odisha CM

The call centres with 5,000-10,000 seats would be  established in all Software Technology Parks of India  (STPI) locations in Odisha.  
Increase in Employment Opportunities for Rural Youths Odisha CM

Every state is trying their level best to provide their people with best of facilities and bring out ways for rural to develop. Education, health, employment have always been the major core need for the development.And for the State like Odisha where rural population according to 2011 census is 3,49,70,562, the government strictly plan up schemes where the major cores are fulfilled.

Keeping in mind this, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik said the Government   would soon launch a Rural BPO Scheme to provide   employment opportunities to youths close to their  hometowns.  The call centres with 5,000-10,000 seats would be  established in all Software Technology Parks of India  (STPI) locations in Odisha.

Currently, there are four STPIs at Bhubaneswar, Berhampur, Rourkela and Balasore    while six more at  Jajpur, Sambalpur, Jeypore, Angul and Bhawanipatna are in the offing. The Chief Minister also said the  Government was  focusing on providing endto- end dedicated broadband internet services in next   three years for seamless transactions of Government  services.   naugurating the TCS Kalinga Phase II Park here, he aid there  has been tremendous rowth of IT industries  in the State in the last decade with growth of IT exports  surpassing the national ratefor several years.

Making  concerted efforts to turn Odisha into the leading IT destination of the country, the Government has rolled out Industrial Policy Resolution- 015 and ICT Policy- 2014 that provide for ease  of doing business along with attractive fiscal incentives and concessions.  “We have made policy provisions to spend around `4,000 crore from the State  Budget in next five years towards IT/ITES and ESDM by earmarking two per cent of the plan budget and one per cent of the total budget of   very department. Odisha is the first State in the country to have signed an MoU with TiE, Silicon Valley to attract foreign industry under ESDM  sector,” the CM said. The second phase expansion of TCS Kalinga Park has enhanced the capacity to 4000 seats.

The campus  spanning around 45 acre and is an approved SEZ and serves global customers in industry segments like banking and financial services, retail, telecom, manufacturing  and Government with a focus n technology areas like Enterprise Solutions.  TCS CEO and MD N Chandrasekaran said, “Odisha has a strong education ecosystem that is helping source great talent from the region. The support of the Government will help us drive growth of the IT industry in the State.”

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