Bengaluru Tech summit 17-19 November
MoS Rajeev Chandrasekhar said the government plans to make India a big tech player.
The minister said the government is prepared to walk the more mile and is open to all sorts of discussion to get ready a road map for India to appear as a significant player in the technology globe.
The government is searching at rolling out a 5 -year strategic outlook plan to make India a significant tech player, Minister of State for Electronics and IT section Rajeev Chandrasekhar said on last Tuesday.
The minister put on that the Ministry of Electronics and IT will partner with the private sector in areas not just limited to requesting business for them but for in future technology developments like artificial intelligence, quantum computing, cyber security and semiconductors, based to an official statement reveal by the ministry.
“ Narendra Modi our prime minister has set some important ambitions and wish India to be a significant player in the tech world. “As early , we are trying to roll out a 5-year strategic stand point plan, detailing the ability and capabilities that require to be developed for appreciating these aims,” Rajeev Chandrasekhar announce at a technology conference arranged by the (CII) Confederation of Indian Industry .
Rajeev Chandrasekhar added that there have been huge strides in scanning the country’s economy and public services in the last 6 years, which has aided India endure strong in the COVID-19 pandemic.
He said , The minister said the post-COVID-19 period gives a latest set of chances and there has never been a more appealing time for those in technology more than now a days.