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  1. Information Technology & Communications Department GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH Welcomes You

  2. Andhra Pradesh • Area:2,75,000 sq.kms • Population:76 million • GSDP: $30 billion • GSDP (PPP):$150 billion Andhra Pradesh – at a Glance • Centrally located • Well connected with road, rail, and air network • Good port facilities • Excellent telecommunication network • AP 5th largest state in India – spread over 8% of India • AP 5th most populous state – home for 7% of Indian population A.P

  3. Goal • Mc Kinsey report project India’s electronics manufacturing opportunities to be US $ 47 billion (Rs.220,900 crores) by 2009. • Andhra Pradesh wishes to build a US $ 12 billion(Rs.56,400 crores) IT Hardware and Electronics manufacturing industry. • Provide employment - Direct-3,00,000 & Indirect- 12,00,000 by 2009 • Promote Tier-II Cities in the State for balanced & regional socio economic development Goal

  4. Electronic Industry – A Boon to Society • SME’s are the back bone of Country’s Economy • 45% of Country’s Economy depends on SME’s • 40,000 employees work directly in Electronics segment. 40,000 more employees work with supporting ancillary industry. • Electronic Hardware industry alone can create employment for all types of categories (S.S.C, ITI, Diploma, BE etc.,)

  5. Indian Electronic Industry Vs AP - A Profile Electronics Production Profile

  6. Cyber Tower 550,000 sq. ft. of built-up space • Cyber Gateway 860,000 sq.ft. of built-up space • Cyber Pearl • Total planned built-up space of 500,000 sq.ft • First phase of 250,000 sq. ft. inaugurated in October, 2004 • In partnership with Ascendas, Singapore Existing Infrastructure – IT Parks HITEC City – Developed by L&T

  7. Mindspace Cyberabad • 3 million sq. ft. of • built-up space on • 110 acres • Facilities for • leisure and • entertainment • Developed by K. • Raheja Group • RMZ Futura • Covering 5.24 • acres • 350,000 sq. ft. of • built-up space • Occupants • include Deloitte & • Google • Vanenburg IT Park • 850,000 sq ft of • built up space • Occupants • include CA, • Motorola, CTS Other IT/ITES parks: Splendid Towers, Cyber Spazio and many others Existing Infrastructure – IT Parks

  8. Deccan Park (TCS) • TCS initiative covering 11 acres • 320,000 sq.ft development center • Employs 3,200 IT professionals Infosys Development Centre • Campus spread • over 50 acres • 311,000 sq.ft of • built-up area • Employs 3,700 • software • professionals Existing Infrastructure – Private Campuses • Wipro • 200,000 sq. ft. SDC in Madhapur • SDC in Manikonda spread over 30 acres Satyam Technology Centre (STC) • 240 acre ‘Hi- • Tech’ centre at • Hyderabad

  9. Existing Infrastructure – Private Campuses Existing Facilities in Hyderabad • Largest campus of Microsoft outside Redmond USA • Total constructed area 7.5 lakh sq. ft. in 2 Phases • Microsoft India Development Centre (MIDC) set-up in 1998 • Employs 2000 software professionals • Development of critical products based on Windows platform • Global Delivery Centre India (GDCI) started in 2002 • Development of mission-critical applications for MS businesses • Manages Microsoft’s worldwide IT infrastructure Expansion in Hyderabad • Consolidate all Hyderabad • operations under one roof • Expansion Plans underway for additional 1.5 Million sft office space to seat 4000 IT Professionals

  10. Hardware Promotion - STRATEGIES • To achieve Targeted employment & exports • Attract new Hardware Electronics Companies • Provide Scope & Opportunities for growth for the existing companies • Develop Incubation Centres in Hyderabad and Tier II Locations for SMEs/first generation entrepreneurs. • Create adequate built up space / infrastructure, through promotion of Hardware Parks/ SEZs • Provide quality manpower • Promote Electronic Hardware through creation of Hardware Manufacturing Cluster Parks (HMCPs)

  11. IT Hardware Promotion • AP State ranks No:5 in National Electronic industry • AP State contributes to 7.5%of electronic production in the Country • Houses about 300 electronic industries and in highly specialized lines. • Major segments in Electronic Hardware existing in AP • Telecommunications • Components • Industrial Electronics • Test & Measuring Equipments • Computers & Consumer Electronics • Strategic Electronics

  12. IT Hardware Promotion • Thrust for Hardware Industry promotion in the State IT Policy • Special Focus Areas: • Nano Technology • Smart Appliances • Next generation communications • Broadband Internet equipment • Robotics

  13. IT Hardware PromotionHardwareCompanies…AP • Electronics Corporation of India Ltd(ECIL) • Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL) • Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd(HAL) • Bharat Dynamics Ltd(BDL) • Amar Raja Power Systems Ltd., • Astra Microwave Products Ltd., • Goldstone Technologies Ltd., • HBL Nife Power Systems Ltd., • I-COM Ltd., • Lampex Electronics. • Medha Servo Drives Pvt. Ltd., • Sulakshna Circuits Ltd., • ELICO Ltd., • Wipro e-Peripherals Ltd. • Excel Telecom Ltd. • Speck Systems Ltd. • Efftronics Systems Pvt. Ltd. • Incap Ltd. • Duke Arnics Ltd. • Linkwell Telesystems Pvt Ltd

  14. TO NIZAMABAD (RLY.LINE) TO NAGAPUR (N.H 7) Hyderabad Metro Area N TO SIDDIPET OUTER Ring Road (160 KM) Sultanpur 400 Acres HUDA Jawharnagar 200Acres HUDA TO MUMBAI N.H 9 Tellapur 400 Acres HUDA Hitec city TO MUMBAI HUSAINSAGAR Shankar pally 100 Acres Populaguda Koheda 1000Acre HUDA OSMANSAGAR Adibatla 400 acres SW TO VIKARABAD HIMAYATSAGAR Proposed Adibatla 200 acres HW Infosys IT Layouts Pvt IT Parks/ SEZs HW Parks Mamidpalli 1200acres INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TO BANGALORE N.H.7 Proposed 1000Acres HW Mucherla 576 Acres

  15. Real Estate* (Rent in Rs./sq. ft./pm) Power Cost for IT (Rs./Unit) ** Cost Advantage – Real Estate and Power 20-38 26-43 23-43 34-54 25-105 43-150 * Source: Cushman & Wakefield – .

  16. Bandwidth Availability: • District headquarters: 10 Gbps • Mandal level: 1 Gbps • Village level: 50-100 Mbps • Aims to give a fillip to ICT in rural areas • Services to be provided: • Internet/VoIP/ Entertainment • Government services, Telemedicine, e-Learning, B2B Marketplaces • Network to be established as a Public Private Partnership (PPP) • Bandwidth available on demand Andhra Pradesh – Broadband Connectivity

  17. Hyd - Multi Modal Transportation System MMTSExpansion

  18. Panjagutta KBR Park Greenlands Cyber Towers Begumper Rs Airport Rasoolpura Tarnaka ASCI NAC Paradise Clock tower Suryalok Mettuguda Alugaddabhavi J.H.Check post Peddamma Temple Srinidhi school Sec’bad stn Balanagar Nampally H.B.Colony Panjagutta Miyapur Gandhibhavan JNTU College Erragadda Bharat Nagar Ameerpet Moosapet Kukatpally Erramanzil S.R.Nagar Assembly Secretariat E.S.I. Hospital Khairathabad Moosarambagh New Market Chaitanyapuri Dilsukhnagar M.G.Bus stand Malakpet Medical college Falaknuma Ramnagar Sultanbazar Jungametta Chikkadpally Narayanguda Medical College Salarjung Musium Gandhi Hospital Shamsheergunj Charminar Sec’bad Shalibanda Hyd- Mass Rapid Transport System routes

  19. Hyd - Connectivity • Air • Connected to USA, UK, Amsterdam, Singapore, Colombo, • Dubai, Sharjah, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur etc. • Lufthansa operates thrice a week direct to Frankfurt • KLM direct to Amsterdam • Singapore Airlines to Singapore • Hyderabad - Hub for SAHARA airlines • Rail and Road • Headquarter of South Central Railways • of Indian Railways • Regular luxury bus services • connecting major Indian cities • Intercity Transport • Excellent service of buses • Network of smooth, wide and clean roads • Two line, 74 km intercity commuter rail, • Multi-Modal Transport System (MMTS)

  20. Andhra Pradesh – Globally Connected Dubai Hyderabad

  21. Airports & Ports • Rajahmundry Bhavanapadu • India’s first green field international airport - Hyderabad Kalingapatnam Bhimunipatnam Visakhapatnam Gangavaram Muthyalammapalem Kakinada Narsapur S.Yanam – captive port Machilipatnam Nizamapatnam • Vijayawada Vadarevu • Puttaparthi Krishnapatnam MAJOR PORT EXISTING PORTS AIRPORTS PORTS PRIVATISED • Tirupathi

  22. AP– ICT Policy Policy - Tier II Cities Mega Project Incentives: For projects employing above1000 or investment of US $10 million above, Negotiable Package of Incentives & Facilitation. SME & Tier-II Incentives Additional Incentives for Small & Medium Enterprises and ICT companies moving to Tier-II locations in the State

  23. AP ICT Policy – General Incentives • Allocation of Government Land at reasonable rate (far less than market price) to Mega Hardware Projects • 100% reimbursement of stamp duty, registration fee and transfer duty • Exemption from inspections, Self certification on various labour laws. • Conversion from commercial to industrial power category tariff. • Exemption from Statutory Power cuts and provision of Uninterrupted and quality power supply • 24X7X365 days IT/ITES operations permitted • Employment of Women in night shift permitted.

  24. AP – ICT Policy and Incentives – Hardware Industry Special Incentives • Non-hazardous electronic hardware manufacturing industry declared as essential service. • Encourage setting up of R&D Centres for developing high value added products & services. • Provision of Power, Water & Drainage to the door step of the Hardware Manufacturing Clusters. • Linkages between engineering colleges, leading academic institutions and the industry • Reimbursement of expenditure on Quality Certification, Patent filing, Exhibitions participation • Recruitment Assistance for SME Hardware companies (Rs.10 lakhs) • Recruitment Assistance for moving to Tier II locations (Rs.15 lakhs) • Support to Hardware Industry Associations for creation of Library for making available material on trends in technology, market intelligence, etc.

  25. Talent Pool Silicon Valley Hyderabad Every 4th IT professional in Silicon Valley is an Indian Every 4th Indian IT professional in Silicon Valley is from AP

  26. Talent Pool U.G. Colleges 3,50,000 graduates/year Large pool of English-speaking graduates 86,000 engineers/year 280 Engineering Colleges 103 Polytechnic Colleges 25,000 seats/year 272 MCA Colleges 13,555 seats/year

  27. 15 20 30-40 30-40 45 Cost Advantage – PeopleAttrition Rates – Entry level Engg Graduates Salaries (Rs./annum) Entry level Attrition Rates (%) 84,000 84,000 96,000 108,000 108,000 Source: Hewitt Associates

  28. IT HR Promotion-Jawahar Knowledge Centres(JKCs) Government University Industry JAWAHAR KNOWLEDGE CENTRES(JKCs)

  29. SALIENT FEATURES OF JKC • JKC is a major IT HRD initiative started in 2005 to harness the vast potential available for the employment under IT/ITES sector. • JKC is collaborative effort of Govt – Industry& Academia • 86 JKCs in 224 Colleges with 40 Industry Partners • Final year Students are trained in spoken english, communication skills, domain skills and other employable skills for a period of 12 • months in engineering & degree colleges to improve their employability in IT/ITES companies • Curriculum continuously revised with inputs from industry so as to meet the manpower requirements of the companies. • So far 3147 students trained by JKCs have been recruited by IT companies. Jawahar Knowledge Centers(JKC)

  30. Universities & Engineering/Management Institutes Universities Osmania University Sri Krishnadevaraya (SK) University Nagarjuna University Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Sri Venkateswara (SV) University Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University (BROU) Andhra University Kakatiya University Hyderabad Central University Engineering/Management Indian School of Business International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) National Institute of Fashion Technology National Institute of Technology (NIT), Warangal

  31. Growth Parameters – Rating of Cities (Source: The Times of India, Dt.3rd August, 04, Page10.) • Ranking for 5 to 1 indicate very good to very poor • Cost of living indicates low to high from 5 to 1 • Rating in the form of 4/3 indicate preference for the first figure, in this case 4

  32. Andhra Pradesh - Kohinoor of India Koh – i – noor – “ Mountain of Light”

  33. Microsoft looks at Hyderabad as one of the most important centers internationally. - Bill Gates – Chairman, Microsoft • The Andhra Pradesh Government have been and continue to be extremely pro-active in both encouraging and nurturing investment into the State.This ‘can do’ attitude has, in no small, way contributed to the success of HSBC in Hyderabad and Visakhapatnam. - Malcolm Wagget – COO, HSBC-EDP India • "Andhra Pradesh has become one of the leading global IT centers because of the talent of its business leaders, its workforce, and the strong support of its government leadership.“ - Harris Miller – President IT Association of America Quotes

  34. Major IT Firms Established in Andhra Pradesh

  35. Microsoft IBM Oracle Computer Associates Convergys Keane Cordys Motorola Nokia Intergraph Kanbay CSC Analog Devices Cognizant Tech Cypress Semiconductors Cadence Connexant Honeywell Satyam Infosys TCS Wipro Visualsoft Infotech Intelligroup Sierra Atlantic Polaris Mentor Graphics Qualcomm NCR Invensys Synopsis Patni Sonata IT Software & Hardware Companies Hardware • IKonnas • HCL Infosystems • Celetronix • WeP • Celestica • FABCity • Progressive Software

  36. Thank You Mrs. K. Ratna Prabha, IAS Secretary to the Government Email: ratnaprabha@ap.gov.in Website: www.apit.gov.in