Software Technology Parks of India (STPI), is a society set up by the then Department of Electronics, Government of India in 1991, with the objective of encouraging, promoting and boosting the Software Exports from India.
STPI provides statutory Datacom, incubation and CMC (Project Management & Consultancy Services) to the industry. STPI maintains internal engineering resources to provide consulting, training and implementation services. Services cover Network Design, System Integration, Installation, Operations and maintenance of application networks and facilities in varied areas.
Software Technology Parks of India has played a seminal role in accomplishing the magnificent IT stature of India throughout the world. Today, STPIs across over the country are synonymous with excellent Infrastructure and Statutory support aimed at furthering growth of Information Technology in the country.
Among the few premier universities of the country, the University of Delhi is known for its high standards in teaching and research and attracts eminent scholars to its faculty. It was established in 1922 as a unitary, teaching and residential university by an Act of the then Central Legislative Assembly.
Besides offering the highest level of education and contributing to the research, the university is committed to the development of entrepreneurship among students. It actively promotes entrepreneurship so that the students can not only get employed but also create employment for others resulting in the overall empowerment.
IESA is the premier trade body representing the Indian Electronic System Design and Manufacturing ESDM industry and has represented it since 2004. It has over 191 members - both domestic and multinational enterprises. IESA is committed towards building global awareness for the Indian ESDM industry and supporting its growth through focused initiatives in developing the ecosystem. This is through publishing credible data, networking events and alliances with other international associations. IESA works closely with the Government as a knowledge partner in the sector, both at the centre and at the state level.