On october 2, K T Rama Rao, the minister for municipal administration and urban development, would open the IT Hub in Nalgonda. Kancherla Bhupal Reddy, a nalgonda MLA, reviewed the IT centre on sunday along with district Collector R v Karnan and other officials.

Rama Rao will officially open the IT Hub, which cost Rs. 100 crore to build and where six firms have already finished hiring for their divisions there, according to the officials. He will also dedicate the NG college building and the Integrated Vegetable and Meat Market. On this occasion, he will also lay the cornerstone for the Chaya Someshwaralayam cable bridge, mini-tank bund, and Kalabharathi. Later, he will speak at a public gathering.

The government is building a new IT centre in nalgonda district, according to an announcement made on saturday by telangana IT minister KT Rama Rao. The minister stated in his statement that the telangana government's initiatives to grow the IT industry in tier 2 towns were moving along quickly. Now it's nalgonda, following Warangal, Khammam, Karimnagar, Mahbubnagar, Siddipet, and Nizamabad. He gave a timetable, saying that the building of the telangana district's nalgonda IT Hub will be finished in a few weeks. The minister had previously said, "As part of the 3D mantra - Digitise, Decarbonize, and Decentralise; the telangana Govt is bringing IT to district Headquarters."

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