A place known for its great historical legacy backed with its grandeur of cultural diversity. A place that fills the heart of a tourist with its magnificent temples, museums, pictures quebeaches and what not! Ask a resident of the capital city of Kerala, and he will point out a million reasons why no other city can match its unimaginable balance.
With reputed educational institutions drawing the imagery of Trivandrum for many, there is another new reason that has got this city into India’s list of ‘Top Cities of the Future.’
Trivandrum has been a city brimming with opportunities ever since it became home to the largest Information Technology Park in Asia which was launched in 1990. With over 350 companies, employing about 60,000 professionals, the Technopark is in its fourth stage of expansion which will house the most spoken about venture – The Techno city. The Techno city is spread across 500 acres which includes spaces for IT/ITES firms, shopping malls, residential,commercial, hospitality, medical and educational institutions with a dedicated water-treatment plant, internal power station, and sewage-treatment facility. This integrated township will be a self-dependent satellite city, which will not drain out the existing resources and infrastructure of the city of Trivandrum.