IT Companies in Chandigarh



Chandigarh is India's first planned city. This city was designed by Le Corbusier, a well known French architect.

It has got an excellent social infrastructure which has led to the growth of major IT companies in Chandigarh. Due to the emergence of IT companies at Chandigarh, the quality of life has improved.

The IT companies in Chandigarh are mainly located in two areas.

One at Rajiv Gandhi Chandigarh Technology Park (RGCTP) and the other at the DLF campus.

These two areas have the infrastructural facilities that is required for setting up IT companies.

The city is very rapidly turning into a major IT hub because of the availability of human resources.

Since Chandigarh is the abode to a large number of schools, colleges and other educational institutions, so the IT companies found it to be a prospective area.

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Last Updated on : 2 July 2013







     


     

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