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Indian government works with the tech private sector to boost technology adoption in Guwahati.

  • 23-09-2019
Indian government works with the tech private sector to boost technology adoption in Guwahati.

Guwahati, a city in North East India, is a quickly developing tech and commercial hub.

According to reports, the largest technology park in the North East has been set up in Bongara, about 2,000 kilometres from Guwahati. The park will house international companies and be an innovation centre for technologies like AI, robotics, solar PV, photonics, quantum dot nanocrystals, smart meter, and IoT.

Industry experts have said that IT parks are coming up in the region and technology adoption is accelerating, although the scale is not as large as in metropolitan and tier-I cities.

How the government built a sturdy technology infrastructure has defined how technology is implemented and enhanced in the city.

The government has launched several tech projects like the state data centre, state portal, SWF by e-Prastuti, Assam Wide Area Network, CSCs (Common Service Centres), e-Assam, and the all-Assam encompassing project, the National Register of Citizens of India (NRC). These have propelled technology adoption in the city.

Private and public sectors have been working together to develop the scope of technologies in the region. Several e-government projects have sprung up recently, the NRC was a giant project that involved private sector innovation and government implementation. An infosystems company digitised data for millions of people with its software solutions and enabled a phonetic-based search.

There are many solution developers in the state that builds solutions, applications, and technologies like JAVA and blockchain and have a substantial demand in the global market as well.Private and public sectors have been working together to develop the scope of technologies in the region. Several e-government projects have sprung up recently, the NRC was a giant project that involved private sector innovation and government implementation. An infosystems company digitised data for millions of people with its software solutions and enabled a phonetic-based search.

There are many solution developers in the state that builds solutions, applications, and technologies like JAVA and blockchain and have a substantial demand in the global market as well.

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