Upcoming IT Parks in Hyderabad at 3 Villages by Telangana Govt

Hyderabad, Telangana is one of India's top IT exporting city. With the establishment of IT Hubs, this youngest metropolitan city is not lacking behind to be among the major IT centres of the country. Hyderabad is home to the leading US-based information technology companies and IT services such as Google, Microsoft, Samsung, Motorola, Oracle, Face book, TCS, Wipro, HCL, Tech Mahindra, Cognizant are equipped with development facilities.

In addition, Telangana government is planning to build IT parks in Bowrampet, Dundigal and Dommara Pochampally village in Quthbullapur Mandal at 480 acres of land area. The government plans to add more IT hubs to Hyderabad by providing necessary means, methods, and support for the evolution of the IT industry. The Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (TSIIC), through the revenue department, is expected to issue a notice soon to buy land in Hyderabad at these areas.

List of Planned IT Parks

Here’s a brief on the Upcoming IT parks in Hyderabad at proposed acres of land area.

  • Dundigal IT Park - 320 acres
  • Bowrampet -140 acres
  • Dommara Pochampally - 20 acres
  • Budwel - 300 acres
  • Kollur in Osman Nagar - 50 acres

Infrastructure Development in Telangana, Hyderabad

As soon as TSIIC Budwel and Kollur receive the land from the revenue department, infrastructure like roads will be developed. The government has saturated the IT corridor in Madhapur, Gachibowli and the Financial District covering the Western part of the city. However, in Madhapur, Gachibowli, Nanakramguda and surrounding areas, there is no government land available.

A plan for' look east' was also proposed to help IT companies in the eastern part of the town from Uppal to Bhuvanagiri and Warangal road. Even near Pocharam and Ghatkesar in the east, IT companies have come up. "It will be planned for IT parks in areas outside of the Outer Ring Road as the government assigned land are available at Quthbullapur.

Some of the government officials spent two months discussing the development of Hyderabad IT Park and provide incentives to industries that come up in areas other than the western corridor with TSII CEO Mr Rajamallu and senior officials. 

The government aims to systematically transform digital systems in the province by leading information and communication technologies (ICTs) in job creation, communication empowerment, and sustainable economic growth. In Telangana, the government builds IT Park to help the information technology industry, develop IT graduates skills and create jobs. The government is putting exceptional efforts in all ways to transform Hyderabad city the next Silicon Valley.

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By: Shailaja K