India’s IT Services industry was born in Mumbai in 1967 with the creation of Tata Consultancy Services who in 1977 partnered with Burroughs which began India’s export of IT services. The first software export zone, SEEPZ – the precursor to the modern-day IT park – was established in Mumbai in 1973.
Who is the founder of information technology in India?
Faqir Chand Kohli, father of the Indian IT industry, passed away on Thursday. Born in 1924 in Peshawar, Kohli lived to the ripe old age of 96. He leaves behind a tall, and unmatched, legacy in the information technology business.
Which state is well developed in information technology?
It is because of this that Telangana has become the hub of development centres of many technology companies and Kerala became our first complete digital states.
Who is the father of technology?
Thomas Edison, American inventor who, singly or jointly, held a world-record 1,093 patents. In addition, he created the world’s first industrial research laboratory.
Which is the No 1 company in India?
2019 Forbes list
|Rank||Forbes 2000 rank||Name|
|1||58||Reliance Industries Limited|
|3||220||Oil and Natural Gas Corporation|
|4||288||Indian Oil Corporation|
Which sector is growing fast in India?
The Industry sector was the fastest growing sector in one year and the Agriculture sector was the fastest-growing sector in two years.
Sector-wise GDP Growth of India.
|GVA (Rupees in Crore) at constant prices||2017-18||6.61|
Which sectors will grow in next 10 years?
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- Information Technology (IT)
- FMCG (Fast-moving consumer goods)
- Housing finance companies.
- Automobile Companies.
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Which state is most developed in India?
|Rank||State/Union Territory||HDI (2019)|
|High human development|
Which is the IT hub of world?
Bengaluru world’s fastest-growing tech hub, London 2nd, Mumbai at 6th position: Report. Bengaluru, the IT capital of India with around 10 million populations, has emerged as the world’s fastest-growing mature tech ecosystem since 2016, followed by the European cities of London, Munich, Berlin and Paris.