The telangana administration is dedicated to expanding IT operations to tier-II cities, according to IT minister KT Rama Rao. As part of this, the IT Tower in siddipet will be officially opened on june 15; this will be followed by the openings of the towers in nizamabad and nalgonda in the following months.

On May 6, a new IT tower was opened in Mahabubnagar. New businesses have established offices in the existing towers, creating jobs and greater possibilities for residents of these cities. warangal is taking shape as a different IT hub. Tech Mahindra, Cyient, Genpact, and more companies have already established up their offices. The minister announced this after delivering the IT Annual Report 2022–23 here. They include LTI Mindtree, Genpact, HRH Next, and Hexad Solutions Pvt Ltd., four new businesses that were formed in Hanamkonda.


The maharashtra government was establishing an M-Hub after being impressed with Telangana's T-Hub. T-Hub has aggressively promoted the entrepreneurial environment in the State over the past year, which has facilitated government collaborations, notably in Bihar.

The CIMP business Incubation and Innovation Foundation (CIMP-BIIF), which works with the bihar Department of industries to operate B-Hub, and the company signed a memorandum of cooperation. Aside from that, T-Hub also revealed its collaboration with HAL, demonstrating its dedication to teamwork and promoting innovation in the industry. It also assisted in the raising of $8.5 million and the involvement of 75 HNIs.

With over 1,000 CXOs and entrepreneurs eager to join its dynamic and vibrant ecosystem, it has played a critical role in providing 21 businesses with essential access to the international and domestic markets. T-Hub sponsored 72 entrepreneurs through their accelerator courses by utilising the knowledge of 112 mentors, including 13 super mentors.


Rama Rao watched the inauguration of T-Works by Foxconn Chairman Young Liu. Foxconn made an announcement to help T-Works, the biggest prototyping facility in the world, by donating an industrial-grade SMT line after being inspired by "Telangana's speed" and commitment to creating complex goods.

Electronics Sector

In order to promote the Electronics System Design Manufacturing (ESDM) ecosystem in the State and nation, the telangana State Electronics Policy went into effect in 2016. In 2022–2023, the State received investments of more over Rs 38,000 crore in the electronics and energy storage industries, with a potential job generation of 32,000 persons. Over 66,000 individuals have found work in electronics manufacturing clusters and other recognised parks since 2014 thanks to the electronics, electric vehicle, and energy storage industries.

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