Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Sunday inaugurated in Kochi the country’s biggest start-up incubator.
Housed in a 180,000-lakh square-feet facility, it has incubation setups across a string of segments in modern technology.
“Overall, the Kerala government is working for the state to have a total area of 23 million sq.ft of IT space (up from 13 million sq.ft last year). We are also planning to give direct jobs to 250,000 lakh in IT,” said Vijayan and added that the government is working to ensure that information technology fosters social development.
After the completion of three more projects, Kerala will have startup and incubation space of 500,000 sq.ft, which will be largest of these type in the world.