Maharashtra’s first IIIT to come in Nagpur

Nagpur will host Maharashtra’s first Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT). The Institute is schedule to start from next academic year, and is planned to come on a 100 acre land near Kaladongri, off Wardha Road.

According to reports, The Cente will provide financial assitance of Rs 100 crores, where as state will invest Rs 35 crores. Rs 20 crore will be invested by IT major Tata Consultancy Services (TCS). TCS has been roped by state government as a parter.

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Making a Passport gets easy

No hassles and no movement from pillar to post is needed now to make passports. Passport office is going to launch Passport Seva Kendra in Nagpur City. The centre will be inaugurated on 10th May 2012 and working will start from 14th May onwards. Tata Consultancy Service (TCS) with Launch the centre and even operate it. The centre will be opened at Bilquis Plaza, Sadiqabad, Mankapur, on Koradi road.

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Infosys to sign a pact with Maharashtra Airport Development Company on 1st February 2012

After Tata Consultancy Services, it is Infosys which is coming to Nagpur.
U P S Madan, Managing Director MADC to sign a pact with Infosys for 140 acre land in MIHAN-SEZ on 1st February 2012. This move will serve as a boon for IT professionals as they will get more job opportunities at Nagpur.

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TCS to set up office at Mihan SEZ, Nagpur

Tata Consultancy services is coming to Nagpur. They are planning to invest Rs 600 crore and generate 8000 + jobs for nagpurians.

They are planning to set up software development unit here at Special Economic zone at Mihan.

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TCS to setup development office in Nagpur

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), India’s largest software house will be setting up development center in Nagpur.

In the first phase TCS will be investing around 600 crore to set Nagpur Campus in MIHAN SEZ spread over 54-acre of land. Initially, the Nagpur Campus will be house around 8,200 professionals.

The Hon’ble Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Shri Prithviraj Chavan was present to preside over this occasion and laid the foundation stone for Phase I at a ceremony held at the site of the campus today. He was joined by other dignitaries from the city.

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