Andhra Pradesh govt paves way for 5000 highend IT jobs
Oct 12,2017 , 09:09 PM IST
Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh): The Andhra Pradesh government has recently taken up a project that is "expected to bring in" about 5000 highend IT jobs by various multi-national companies.
ANSR Consulting Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru have recently proposed to create a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) by the name of ANSR-AP that will implement a Global-In-House Project (GIC), under which Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure cooporation (APHC) will invest in Prime IT Hill3 area of Visakhapatnam.
"ANSR Consulting Pvt Ltd have proposed to create a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) by the name ANSR-AP to implement a Global-In-House Project (GIC) project in which AP Industrial Infrastructure cooporation (APHC) will invest in the form of land to an extent of 10 acres in Prime IT Hill3 area of Visakhapatnam, whereas ANSR will bring in an investment of Rs. 500 crores through its partners, affiliates and GIC multinationals," says Andhra Pradesh Government in a release.
"The project is expected to bring in about 5000 highend IT jobs by various multi-national companies. ANSR have exprience in executing similar model of business, bringing GIC units in Bangalore and Hyderabad. They have been successful in bringing 42,000 jobs to India with an investment of 1Bn US dollars Rs 6700 crores with names like Wells Fargo, JC Peeny, Walmart, Lbrands, Techstars etc. setting up their in-house IT functions," the statement further read.
The ANSR have also proposed certain relaxations in the conditions, demanded by the GIC Policy 2017-2020, to implement the project.
The Government of Andhra Pradesh have approved the request from M/s ANSR, Consulting Pvt. Ltd for certain relaxations under the GIC Policy 2017-2020.
The relaxations forwarded by the Andhra Pradesh government to ANSR are as follows:
- ANSR are permitted to build 50000 Sq. feet as against the requirement of building One lakh Sq. feet per acre land earmarked.
- ANSR is exempted on the condition of investing a minimum of Rs.50 Crores for each acre of project I.d. However, ANSR are required to bring an overall investment of .500 Crores in the project .r the 10 acres of total land given by APIIC.
- The proposed SP, ANSR-AP will be allocated land in 3 putts of 5 acres. 3 acres and 2 acres that totals to10 acres. Land towards 2"d part will be given to SPV on fulfilling the commitment associated with I. part. Similar, land for 3.1 pan will be given to SPV on completely fulfilling the commitment for 2.4 part.
- According to the GIC policy, the total project must be completed in 6 years. But. ANSR is permitted to complete the project in 10 years' timeline. However, if the SPV does not complete the project in the permitted 10 years' timeline, APIIC can take action as per clause 6.1.11 of GIC Policy.
The following are the advantages that the project will give Andhra Pradesh:
- A direct benefit of 5000 high end IT jobs will make the IT industry ecosystem more robust giving exponential growth opportunities in the State.
-Being the first of its kind in the State, this would give experience and opportunity of perfecting the model of attracting investments.
- Successful execution of the project by ANSR will have positive impact of triggering more proposals coming to the State to setup GlCs in the State of Andhra Pradesh.
"Andhra Pradesh has everything to gain from this decision and working with ANSR Consulting Pvt. Ltd." added the statement.
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