MINISTER LOKESH MEETING WITH THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE CONDUENT COMPANY

 

Visakhapatnam, March 29, (globelmedianews.com):
Minister Lokesh meeting with the representatives of the Conduent Company. Chief Minister Chandrababu and IT Minister Nara Lokesh on Thursday launched the Conduent, Proceded and Turaya Soft Tech Companies in IT SEZ Hill 2 in Visakhapatnam Madurai. Minister Lokesh thanked the delegates to the establishment of the company in this occasion. The minister said that the company will have 5,000 jobs through the company and will provide special training to the students for the needs of the company. There are a lot of activities for IT development in AP. Minister Lokesh explained that construction of a large office space. 


MINISTER LOKESH MEETING WITH THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE CONDUENT COMPANY

Our state's per capita income is comparatively lower compared to other states. With the increase in per capita income, Andhra Pradesh is projected to be one of the top three states in the country by 2022, with a goal of 2029 being ranked number one and 2050 worlds. Chief Minister Chandrababu has directed to provide better service to the people with the help of technology. We monitor the quality of water with the help of sensors. With the help of drones we know the quality of the roads. Pensions and land tests with over 10 lakhs IOT equipment. We have many services to people. In the coming days we will have to use 50 lakhs IOT equipment. After being sworn in as the minister, the IT sector is facing a stiff fluidity across the world. We are brand ambassador Chandrababu. We have come from any country in the world and come from Chandrababu, "he said, adding that he is coming forward to invest in the state. Large companies in IT sector are coming to Andhra Pradesh. Visakhapatnam is the world's largest company, the Canadian and Franklin companies. The contingent company operates around 92,000 people worldwide. The contingent company is going to invest a lot in our country, and many of them want to be put in Andhra Pradesh, "he said.

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