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STPI to launch 12 centers of excellence soon

STPI to launch 12 centers of excellence soon

STPI to launch 12 centers of excellence soon. Following the opening of 12 new Centres of Excellence (CoE). In different regions of the nation, the Software Technology Parks of India (STPI) is expected to establish 12 additional Centres of Excellence (CoE) over the next several years.

Omkar Rai, the Director-General of STPI, made this announcement at the celebration of the STPI’s 30th foundation day.

The following two Councils are organizing and holding an event in their respective cities. The AIC STPINEXT in the healthcare sector, which includes big data and Artificial Intelligence. As well as CoE in agriculture will be introduced in Akola.

A CoE in Efficiency Augmentation will be established in Bengaluru, a FinTech CoE will be located in Gandhinagar. And an agri-tech IoT CoE will exist in Patna. These locations will also see the foundation of four more CoEs. Emerging Technologies in Bhubaneswar, Industry 4.0 in Visakhapatnam, and Emerging Tech in Nagpur.

In northeast five CoEs, with one in each of the 5 northern-eastern towns with the most IT Applications. Gangtok (IT Applications in Healthcare and AgriTech). Aizawl (Gaming) (Data Analytics), Kohima (IT Applications in Graphic Design), Itanagar(GIS Applications including Drone Tech).

STPI to launch 12 centers of excellence soon

For nurturing the emerging startup ecosystem and for the creation of world-class software products by Indian start-ups, STPI has embarked on the endeavor of setting up domain-centric CoEs in a wide range of emerging technology areas such as Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision, Internet of Things (IoT), Fintech, Blockchain, Augmented and Virtual Reality, Gaming, and Animation.

13 time-space partnership institutes (STPI) have in the past inaugurated their 13th CoE. That is Chennai, Bhubaneswar, Mohali, Bengaluru, Pune, New Delhi, Gurugram, Hyderabad, Guwahati, Shillong, Imphal, and Lucknow.

Software Trade Promotion Initiative (STPI) works under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY). The Indian government, working with the goal of encouraging, promoting. And growing software exports and fostering the startup ecosystem in the nation.

“the STPI philosophy of re-imagination, recreation, restoration, and repositioning are embedded in their DNA With regular changes to meet the ever-changing demands of the Indian IT sector, we are always developing. In order to strengthen inclusivity and support a competitive workplace, we have also injected competitiveness and inclusivity into the company’s working culture. And all these have contributed to setting up 13 CoEs in various emerging technologies and subsequently planning for the launch of the next 12 CoEs in a time-bound manner. Over the next decade, the growing ecosystem of entrepreneurs, investors, designers, and engineers. In India will spur innovation and drive R&D, the production of intellectual property, and the production of new products “Mr. Omkar Rai said,

STPI to launch 12 centers of excellence soon

STPI, which began with three regional locations. Which has expanded into every city and town in India, as well as and towns in tier-II and tier-III cities. As of 2016, the IT industry, which comprises over 18,000 Indian firms that directly employ 4.47 million workers. Which directly contributes to the nation’s GDP of 8 percent. This global outsourcing hub for software exports is proof of the STPI’s steadfast performance in bringing Indian IT to prominence as a leading supplier of outsourcing services to the world.

With regard to the BPO/ITES promotion scheme under STPI, the following units are already up and running in 102 cities, with 41,628 direct employees who have an annual payroll of $41.6 million (that’s about $40 million US dollars) (10,673). The export of IT/ITES/EDSM in Andhra Pradesh has expanded from Rs 526.69 crore in 2016-17 to Rs 836.42 crore in 2020-21, according to Andhra Pradesh data.

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Written by Ankur J Kakoti

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