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India has five years to build strong research led IT: K S Viswanathan

Interview with the vice president, Industry Initiatives at Nasscom

Apurva Venkat & Raghu Krishnan  |  Bengaluru 

Software lobby group Nasscom is looking at expanding the number of start-ups in India, incubating and nurturing them to grow at its centres. While the target is to reach 10,000 start-ups, the focus is also to build specialised start-ups in emerging technology areas. "So one of the outputs of the Centres of Excellences (CoEs) in 5 years is I am enrolling 100 research scholars in writing papers on IoT technology from India," says K S Viswanathan, Vice President, Industry Initiatives at Nasscom in an interview with Apurva Venkat and Raghu Krishnan. Edited ...

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Interview with the vice president, Industry Initiatives at Nasscom

Interview with the vice president, Industry Initiatives at Nasscom Software lobby group Nasscom is looking at expanding the number of start-ups in India, incubating and nurturing them to grow at its centres. While the target is to reach 10,000 start-ups, the focus is also to build specialised start-ups in emerging technology areas. "So one of the outputs of the Centres of Excellences (CoEs) in 5 years is I am enrolling 100 research scholars in writing papers on IoT technology from India," says K S Viswanathan, Vice President, Industry Initiatives at Nasscom in an interview with Apurva Venkat and Raghu Krishnan. Edited ... image
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India has five years to build strong research led IT: K S Viswanathan

Interview with the vice president, Industry Initiatives at Nasscom

Software lobby group Nasscom is looking at expanding the number of start-ups in India, incubating and nurturing them to grow at its centres. While the target is to reach 10,000 start-ups, the focus is also to build specialised start-ups in emerging technology areas. "So one of the outputs of the Centres of Excellences (CoEs) in 5 years is I am enrolling 100 research scholars in writing papers on IoT technology from India," says K S Viswanathan, Vice President, Industry Initiatives at Nasscom in an interview with Apurva Venkat and Raghu Krishnan. Edited ...

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