The Rajasthan government began the construction of ‘Rajiv Gandhi Knowledge Service and Innovation Hubs’ in Jaipur, Jodhpur and Kota on January 25, worth Rs 600 crore. The ambitious project, which is aimed at empowering the youth.
A senior official said that “The three hubs are expected to be completed this year. “Rajiv Gandhi as the PM had ushered in the IT (information technology) revolution in India and Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot believes this will be a fitting tribute in his name.”
The hubs were announced in the fourth state budget of the Gehlot government last year and final bids were invited for their construction.
The newest high-tech equipment will be installed in the three buildings. An official document states that the Rajiv Gandhi Knowledge Service and Innovation Hub and Rajasthan Institute of Advanced Learning will focus on learners and re-learners with a variety of programmes in technological fields. According to media reports, which obtained a project blueprint, they will have a special area for female entrepreneurs called “W-Hub.”
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