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The nascent structures coming up in Madhapur area of the 400-year-old Hyderabad city provide a sophisticated contrast to the great and ancient monuments and palaces in the Qutb Shahi capital. It is a consummation of the vision of an information technology crusader unfolding itself in a healthy hurry, comparable to the architectural dreams of Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah. The structures are a two-phase tribute to a technology that has reduced the world to a global village.

The business like ambience of the HITECH city is in juxtaposition to its equally famous and graceful neighbourShilparamam, an arts and crafts village, manifesting the simultaneity of two disparate periods in history, and contributing to the variety and contradictions in Indian life and tradition. Both the HITECH city and Shilparamam are an evidence of chief minister Chandrababu Naidu's skills in reconciling his respect for the old with his desire to inscribe Andhra Pradesh firmly on the roll of achievers and performers.

The axis of the HITECH city is an artistically and yet functionally built 10-storeyed cylindrical building surrounded by a galaxy of imposing structures raised to house IT companies, foreign and Indian. It is a city planned as an integrated township with all infrastructural facilities like office space, production areas housing colonies, showrooms, cafeteria, health club, banks, shopping complexes and auditoriums. One look at the township will explain why 25% of computer personnel in the United States are from Hyderabad.

The HITECH city has already attracted multinational software giants like Microsoft IBM Metamor GE Capital Toshiba, and Oracle and Indian companies like Satyam Computers and Wipro. An earth station has come up in the township which links Hyderabad to the five continents of the world. It is planned to permit further growth and expansion with the 160 acres of land allotted by the government. The cylindrical showpiece known as Cyber Towers offers five lakh square feet of executive space.

A companion structure known as Cyber Gateway is nearly complete with 8.5 lakh square feet of built up space. The main features of the city are its land and hillscapes, wide roads, satellite earth station, fast internet access, ATM facility, VSAT and ISDN connectivity, videoconferencing and multimedia systems, power back-up, dust-free atmosphere and medicare. What makes the HITECH city different from other technology parks in the country are the International Institute of Information Technology and the Indian Business School , designed to be motors of leadership in their areas.

The Indian Business School is affiliated to Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania , the Kellogg School of Managementat Northwestern University and London Business School . IBS shares expertise and resources with these schools, besides participating in exchange of students and professors. Wharton and Kellogg schools have inducted the latest global management techniques and perceptions into IBS's academic programmes. Faculty members from these institutions now teach at the IBS after designing the school curriculum. Academic, residential and recreational infrastructures provided for students here match those found at the best business schools in the world. The campus structures are a blend of modern and traditional Indian architectures.

State-of-the-art air-conditioned amphitheatres, library, meeting rooms, coffee bars and restaurants mark facilities available at the school. These are in addition to wired classroom conferencing, and hispeed data communication networks. Services such as banking, ATM, infirmary, ISB shop, bookstore, documentation centre etc. are available. The school was inaugurated by Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee on 2 December 2001, praising it in these words: "The speedy journey of ISB from concept to completion was itself a case study of the world class management capabilities of the new generation of Indians who have promoted it."

In its fourth year now, the International Institute of Information Technology has a campus of 62 acres, housing such internationally known corporate schools like IBM School of Enterprise-Wide Computing, Signal Tree School of Excellence in Software Development Methodologies, Oracle School of Advanced Software Technology, Satyam School of Applied Information Systems and Motorola School of Communication Technology. A major aim of the institute is to provide a uniquely broad and interdisciplinary IT education of the highest academic quality.

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Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station Reach Koti in Bus Route No's. 1, 1P and 1C. From Koti 127 and 127K.
Jubilee Bus Station Reach Sec'bad Rly. Station in Bus Route No's 21, 22, 23 and 25. From Sec'bad board bus route no. 47S.

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