With the state of Andhra Pradesh on a steady path towards development and the capital of the state Amaravati already becoming an excellent destination for IT companies and giants in all sectors, Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, N. Chandrababu Naidu, with respect to this context, was in negotiations with tech giant Google and asked them to set up a Google Development Centre in Amaravati.
In a meeting with Google executives a few days ago, Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu expressed hope on bringing a sophisticated development centre to the new capital. With respect to this, the CM went on to remind them of the efforts he had made in turning Hyderabad into a global destination for software firms like Google, Microsoft and Oracle and he said that the new Capital has the potential to be developed on par with the Silicon Valley in the United States.
The delegation included Jocelyn, Aleks, Nikita, Rafael, Sam, Hillary, Lakshmi, Trimurthy and Chairman of VVIT, V. Vidya Sagar. Mr. Naidu also appreciated the work of the AP State Skill Development Corporation for organizing the first-ever workshop in the world by experts from Google, U.S. on Android Developer Fundamentals for the faculty members from engineering colleges all around the state.