TS plans incubation centre for aerospace
Buoyed by positive vibes that T-Hub has generated, Telangana Government is gearing up to set up incubation centres for aerospace as well as gaming and animation sectors soon, according to IT Minister K T Rama Rao. \"We are planning to establish an incubation centre for aerospace sector.
Hyderabad: Buoyed by positive vibes that T-Hub has generated, Telangana Government is gearing up to set up incubation centres for aerospace as well as gaming and animation sectors soon, according to IT Minister K T Rama Rao. "We are planning to establish an incubation centre for aerospace sector.
For that, we are talking to Boeing and Pratt & Whitney. We want to keep them in the forefront and develop a specific centre where all the institutes come together with government support,” the IT Minister told media after inaugurating Centre for Healthcare Entrepreneurship set up by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)- Hyderabad here on Thursday. The aerospace incubation centre would be ready by March 2016, he added.
The Minister further said that incubation centre for gaming and animation would be opened at T-Hub soon. He also stated the government might consider budgetary allocation for the T-Hub, billed as the country’s largest technology incubator.
On the digitisation of health records, Rama Rao said a pilot project was currently underway in Gajwel constituency, represented by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao. "Digitisation of health records is in the pilot stage. TCS has started it.
We want to compile all the citizens' basic information and put it on Cloud using hospital management software," he said. The integrated database would be available for both government and private hospitals, he added.
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