Alappuzha the next IT Hub in kerala

Kerala government has decided launch two info parks at Ambalappuzha and Cherthala in the district of alleppey. The IT in alappuzha is not highly developed due to the lack of adequate infrastructure. This decision to set up info parks will boost the it industry in alappuzha. The district authorities said that the work to acquire the 160 acres of land for both parks has already been launched. The proposed park in Ambalappuzha at a cost of about Rs 900 crore is expected to provide jobs to 20000 people. Now a days most of the people who are experts in information technology are flowing to other major cities and near by cities like trivandrum and cochin to find it jobs in their respective expertise. Although the land against the Ambalappuzha the park will be acquired from private individuals, there is no land problem in Cherthala, where the Kerala State Industrial Council has over 100 acres in the area Pallippuram panchayat. About 60 acres of this is likely to be acquired for the park, which will create jobs for 15000 and cost about Rs 500 crore, district officials. The authorities aim to complete both parks by 2010.

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