Infosys co-founder murthy said India is still far from smart cities

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Infosys co-founder NR Narayana Murthy said engineers prefer to work in the big cities, but India is still far from smart cities. The smart city is one of the government’s plans.

Last week, he said at a function here, ‘ in my own company we set up development centers in Tirwatntpurm Mysore, Bhubaneshwar. These are not rural areas, the tier-two cities. The acquisition of these 50 percent have not.

He said, ‘No one wants to go there. Everyone Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad, and Noida have to go. This is the reality. ” Narayana said the companies have to face these problems, so the children’s education and good health of partner and services are a key for the job is due.

 

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One comment

  • Venkatraman S

    I have lost respect to NRN he is so full of himself and his work he did at Infosys, but can claim to know IPR. Off late rather than encourage he seems to be more negative and pessimistic view of India and its educational and research institutions, when he has money to put in foreign universities like MIT and Stamford, he has hardly funded or invested in any of the Indian institutions. So he has no voice to discredit this institutions

    I don’t think he should be given that much publicity and respect that he is being given by media and Govt.Whatever he did for infosys was a selfish motive to make personal profit.

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