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Thursday, 18 February 2021

There will be 10 lakh recruitments in this state in job / IT sector, find out what is the government's plan

 These jobs will be in the field of information technology. Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister Dr. CN Ashwath Narayan informed about this on Tuesday. In the electronic and IT-BT portfolio, Narayan said that by 2025, KDEM will create one million jobs, which will help Karnataka reach its target of બ 150

 billion in IT exports. The Deputy Chief Minister was speaking on the occasion of the inauguration of the Karnataka Digital Economy Mission, which aims to increase its contribution to the digital economy to 30 per cent in GSDP by launching the Beyond Bangalore Report.

This is the plan of the government

He said the government would also focus on reducing rural-urban segregation by setting up the necessary infrastructure to improve connectivity, provide 24-hour electricity and strengthen the digital economy in the hinterland of the state.

Narayan demanded a bigger role for KDEM in improving the state's economy. He said the government wanted KDEM to be more industry friendly and considering that it has allowed 51 per cent participation for industry unions, while keeping less than 49 per cent participation for itself.

The IT sector contributes 25 per cent of GSDP

 He said the Beyond Bangalore project has been launched to increase participation in other sectors of the state as well. The report analyzes the growth of e-commerce in the fourth quarter of 2020.

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According to officials, KDEM / Public-Private Partnership has been set up on the model, with industry associations such as Nasscom, The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India, India Electronics and Semiconductor Association and Vision Group Startup having a 51 per cent stake.

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