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News : ADAG to Set Up Call Centre in Jammu and Kashmir
Mumbai, India, Nov 5, 2015 -- Anil Ambani-led ADAG has agreed to set up a 1,000-seat call centre in Jammu and Kashmir that will provide jobs to nearly 3,000 youth, as Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed wooed industrialists to garner investments in his State.
Sayeed on a two-day visit to the country’s financial capital met business tycoons and discussed prospects to give impetus to investment in industry, telecommunications, power and tourism sectors in J&K.
After his arrival here yesterday, the Chief Minister held a series of meetings with Anil Ambani of ADAG, Subash Chandra of Zee Media, Arun Nanda of Mahindra Group and Nikhil Meswani, Executive Director of Reliance Industries Limited to discuss measures taken by his government to create positive atmosphere for private sector investment in the state.
At his meeting with Anil Ambani, Sayeed sought cooperation for investment in IT sector to create employment opportunities for youth in the state. He laid emphasis on establishing call centres and a Dhirubhai Ambani Management Institute, which will enhance the employability of skilled human resource.
Ambani assured Sayeed of setting up a 1,000-seater call centre in two phases which will provide job opportunities to nearly 3,000 youth, an official release issued by the J&K government said.
"A team will visit J&K after Diwali to work out modalities to set up the Call Centre," the release quoted Ambani as having said at the meeting while assuring the Chief Minister of his keen interest in preparing a blueprint of cooperation between his company and the state government.
During his meeting with Arun Nanda, Sayeed discussed the possibility of developing ‘Tourism & Handicraft Villages’, similar to Interlaken in Switzerland. In addition, he also discussed the issue of setting up of two IT Parks in J&K, on pattern of Chennai, in Tamil Nadu.
The possibility of restoration of tourist assets in partnership with the state government was also discussed during the meeting.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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Published: Friday, November 6, 2015