Arunachal govt geared up to have first STPI

By: | Published: July 12, 2016 4:22 PM

The Arunachal Pradesh government is all geared up to have its first Software Technology Park of India (STPI) here soon.

"Through STPI, we hope to provide skill training to the youth, while empowering them digitally and economically," said Chief Minister Kalikho Pul in a meeting here yesterday. (PTI)“Through STPI, we hope to provide skill training to the youth, while empowering them digitally and economically,” said Chief Minister Kalikho Pul in a meeting here yesterday. (PTI)

The Arunachal Pradesh government is all geared up to have its first Software Technology Park of India (STPI) here soon.

“Through STPI, we hope to provide skill training to the youth, while empowering them digitally and economically,” said Chief Minister Kalikho Pul in a meeting here yesterday.

He said the project would generate employment opportunities for educated youths.

STPI is under the administrative control of union Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and set up with a mandate to promote software exports from the country.

Four software technology parks are already operational in the NE regions at Guwahati, Imphal, Gangtok and Aizawl, the release added.

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