IT giant Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is in an expansion mode in Telangana state and plans to add another 28,000 jobs to the existing 26,000 soon. TCS chief executive officer N. Chandrasekharan and vice-president V. Rajanna informed the same to Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao when they called on him at the secretariat here on Thursday. The TCS brass told Mr. Rao that the company had establishments across the globe and Hyderabad TCS was the world’s fourth largest corporate unit. Expressing his happiness for the company’s expansion plans, the Chief Minister assured all support to TCS in its future expansion plans and also promised to utilize its services in the reconstruction of Telangana.
“I am extremely happy with TCS providing a large number of jobs to the youth in Telangana. The government will extend all support to TCS in its endeavors,” Mr Rao reportedly said. He also instructed Director General of Police Anurag Sharma to take steps for establishment of a full fledged police station at Adibatla where TCS corporate and other units were located and to ensure security to the thousands of people, including 8,000 women, working there. Explaining government policies and programmes, Mr Rao told the company representatives that Telangana was the right place to invest since the government would ensure a business and industry friendly environment.
Source: Deccan Chronicle