KCR's big plans for Telangana: TCS to hire 28,000 techies

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Hyderabad, September 5: The IT giant Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) on Thursday announced that it will recruit 28,000 techies in next 3 to 5 years in Telangana, after holding a meeting with the state Chief Minister K Chadrashekhar Rao.

According to reports, TCS chief executive officer N Chandrasekharan said that new recruits will be deployed at the company's upcoming Adibatla IT SEZ.

Presently, the Tata group company has four facilities in Hyderabad- three delivery centres in Gachibowli, Hi-tech City and Jubilee Hills and one innovation lab in Madhapur.

The TRS chief KCR assured TCS CEO and his delegation that his party will extend full cooperation in ts expansion in Telangana.

Here are some pics of the meeting of KCR with the TCS CEO:

When KCR met TCS CEO

The TCS CEO called on Telangana CM KCR in the Secretariat and discussed its expansion plans for Hyderabad. 

When KCR met TCS CEO

In the meeting, TCS vice-president V. Rajanna and secretary of IT&C Department Harpreet Singh too were present.

When KCR met TCS CEO

TCS CEO told KCR that the IT company already had 26,000 techies in Hyderabad and plans to hire more in next 3 to 5 years.

New police station in Adibatla

KCR directed DGP Anurag Sharma to sanction a full-fledged police station in Adibatla as thousands of IT professionals work in the area.

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