Mekapati Goutham Reddy
AP Working From Home Township: The Andhra Pradesh state government has placed special emphasis on IT department branding. IT and Industries Minister Mekapati Gautam Reddy has said that the state government’s ambitious work-from-home towns pilot project should be completed by December 24. Andhra Pradesh expects the authorities to design an IT branding activity. He on Wednesday conducted a review on the progress in setting up ‘Working from Home Towns’.
The minister said the IT department was working towards launching a pilot project in 29 areas. He directed to get more opportunities from big MNC companies in the field of working from home towns. He said that he will soon go to Delhi and explain the concept of working from home towns to the Union IT Minister. The Minister directed the IT officials to create a special activity on IT branding, saying that IT needs branding as an AP address. Directed to seek more opportunities from large MNC companies in terms of working from home towns.
Minister Mekapati will soon go to Delhi and explain the concept of Working from Home Towns to the Union IT Minister. The Minister directed the officials to focus more on the promotion of APITA in coordination with the Ministry of Information and Public Relations. Srinath Reddy, an adviser to the IT department, said the key power and internet problems in the pilot project would be overcome. IT executives told the minister that MBPS was very low in remote areas of the state and that there was a great need for an IT branding strategy. Meanwhile, the Andhra Pradesh IT department is preparing to implement the pilot project from November 1.
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