HYDERABAD:The first building of T-Hub, a public-private partnership enterprise, to be inaugurated on Thursday, has been named ‘catalyst’ for a reason.
The futuristic building, curated in just about six months from a partial structure at the Indian Institute of Information Technology’s Hyderabad campus, aims to develop technology and a startup ecosystem seen nowhere else in the world. In less than three years, the State government hopes to build a bigger campus of three lakh sqft at Raidurgam and similarly, start T-Hub’s franchisees across the world including in Silicon Valley.
Governor ESL Narasimhan and industrialist Ratan Tata will launch the project at the IIIT campus. “This is the largest incubator in terms of design, functions etc and a first-of-its-kind not-for-profit initiative in a public-private partnership model,” IT Minister KT Rama Rao said, summing up the concept of T-Hub.
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