New Delhi: In Uttar Pradesh, the government has set a target of employing four lakh youth in the next five years. The government will build an electronic city on 2,500 acres of land in the National Capital Region (NCR). The information was made by the Deputy Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Dr Manmohan Singh. Dinesh Sharma while addressing the people at a technical session on the subject of Electronics Manufacturing at Land worship programme.
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He said the investment target of about 60 thousand crore rupees in both land worship in the Information Technology (IT) and Electronics sector has been met. Sharma launched the Uttar Pradesh State Wide Area Network (SWAN)-2. Bharti Airtel will provide fast internet access to the state headquarters in the capital and up to 574 blocks and 235 tehsil levels, which will boost e-governance.
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A high-level official from mobile manufacturer Vivo said India is the third-largest market for the company after China and the Philippines. Our company has a 20.1% stake in the mobile market. The new unit will now be launched at a cost of Rs 7,500 crore on 169 acres of land in Greater Noida. It will provide employment to 40 thousand youth.
Pankaj Singh, senior vice-president of Adani Group's Data Business Centre, said the company will set up two data centres in Jewar and NCR in Uttar Pradesh. These will be 250-250 MW data centres which will run from solar power plants. Solar power plants will be set up in Bundelkhand and East.
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