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New Set of IT Policies in Andhra Pradesh

The state government seems to be working overtime to attract the investments in the information technology sector. Two years after it releasing an IT policy and getting little response from a big-ticket investors, AP government is now all set to announce at least another 15 policies.

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Two years after releasing an IT policy and getting little response from big ticket investors, AP government is now all set to release at least another 15 policies.

Plan to attract of Rs 15,000 crore in IT and Rs 40,000 crore in the  electronics.

Visakhapatnam: The state government seems to be working overtime to attract the investments in the information technology sector. Two years after it releasing an IT policy and getting little response from a big-ticket investors, AP government is now all set to announce at least another 15 policies. A policy in this regard, the ‘IT promotions policy’, has been released newly. The government had released IT, innovation, electronics, startup & Internet of Things (IoT) policies. In an addendum to the IT policy out last year, the AP government had incorporated certain features of Gujarat’s IT policy.

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“The government of Andhra Pradesh has developed a blueprint  ‘Re-Imagining Andhra Pradesh – role of e-Governance, Electronics, and IT’ for the development of ICT Industry in the state. The blueprint imagines a large number of favorable policies and simple but effective frameworks being put in place. The blueprint has identified as a set of 18 policies and frameworks to realize the vision and goals that have been stated above. The IT policy laid down in this document is one among them,” said the GO MS No. 21 that was released recently for new ‘IT promotions policy’.

The government’s IT policy envisions to make Andhra Pradesh known as the Silicon Corridor of India and attract the investments of Rs 15,000 crore in IT and Rs 40,000 crore in Electronics manufacturing.

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