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Shri Arvind Kumar has joined as Director General of Software Technology of India (STPI). Software Technology Parks of India (STPI) is an autonomous body under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), Government of India.
STPI is fueling the culture of tech entrepreneurship and innovation in the country by launching 25+ Centres of Entrepreneurship in emerging technology domains. NGIS is flagship program of MeitY implemented by STPI to realise the vision of NPSP to democratize software product development in Tier-2/3 cities by providing a robust ecosystem, which will lead to IPR creation, product development, and generate employment opportunities for skilled talent pool. Under his able leadership STPI will further reach new heights.
Currently, STPI-registered units have reached IT/ITeS/ESDM exports over Rs. 5 lakh crore. STPI is one of the largest tech incubators in India with an area of approx.13 lakh sq. ft. spread across various Tier 1/2/3 cities. STPI is also assisting in formulation of India BPO Promotion Scheme 2.0. Further to strengthen electronics sector STPI has undertaken rolling out of the Electronics Manufacturing Clusters (EMC 2.0) Scheme.
Before joining STPI, Shri Arvind Kumar was working in Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) since 2004. As advisor in TRAI, he was responsible for broadband, data security and privacy issues, manufacturing, DTH, IPTV, TV broadcasting and OTT, after having worked since 1997 in the Indian Government-run premier technology centre, C-DoT. He holds an MTech degree from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology, Varanasi.

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