IT sector to play key role in making Tamil Nadu $1-trn economy: Stalin

Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin said on Friday that the government has taken different steps to make the state (Tamil Nadu) a global centre for information technology and that the IT sector will play a key role in helping the state's GDP reach USD 1 trillion by 2030.

The Chief Minister promised that the government, in collaboration with the Industries Department, would remove the impediments to the state's economy and progress. After inaugurating the 20th edition of Connect 2021, held by CII and Electronic Corporations of Tamil Nadu (ELCOT) here, he said that information technology would play a role in the government's objective of growing the state's economy to USD 1 trillion by 2030.

Soon after the DMK reclaimed power in May, the Tamil Nadu government announced an ambitious plan to grow the state's economy to USD1 trillion by 2030. Stalin declared that it was a 'period' of information technology, claiming that there was nothing today without the use of computer science and information technology. "Information technology has a critical role in a state's prosperity as well as in attracting large-scale investments. It is my hope that this convocation will result in the establishment of new job prospects and the advancement of the state," he stated. During the meeting, Stalin also unveiled the Information Technology Department's 'Data Centre Policy.'

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