CM Raghubar Das Setting New Trends: 400 acre Land Allotted For Developing IT Parks In Jharkhand

The Logical Indian

December 20th, 2015

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Chief-minister of Jharkhand, Raghubar Das showing keen interest in developing the state as an IT hub passed 400 acres of land in Ranchi while giving the nod for the establishment of Software Technology Park in other parts of Jharkhand as well.

He made the announcement while inaugurating ‘Advantage Jharkhand 2015’ at Hotel Chanakya and added that the investors would get the land within a week.

Raghubar Das didn’t end here and even said that the government was willing to start services like e-district, e-city, e-gram and many more.

The government is working to provide facility of E-mutation by March 2016. CM is hopeful of creating job opportunities after the establishment of IT parks. He wants to put an end to the migration of IT professionals to other states in search of job opportunities.

The Logical Indian appreciates the chief minister for this initiative which if realized could result in major employment boost for Jharkhand and neighboring states.

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