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May 28, 2015 at 12:25 am #522


Read in the newspaper about T-Hub in the IIIT-H campus. Does it place any restrictions on the students with such a facility existing in the campus?

May 28, 2015 at 1:13 am #523


T-Hub is not the only venture that is not directly related to IIIT in the campus.
And the presence of any of those does not impose any *restriction* on the students community.

June 21, 2015 at 6:18 pm #986


This building belonged to IIIT . It was not getting completed due to lack of funds. There are other incomplete buildings on the campus which are lying idle due to funds crunch. There is a dearth of lecture halls. The institute does not even have an auditorium not to mention tennis court or indoor sports of any kind. What was their compulsion to hand over the building to the Govt?

June 23, 2015 at 4:31 pm #1005


The land belongs to Telangana state government. It was allotted to IIIT-H in order to setup an educational institute. Now the government in collaboration with IIIT-H has setup a T-Hub to provide opportunities to startups to flourish along with the opportunity to acquire good talent as well. The building has been leased to the government temporarily.
The T-hub has nothing to do with the loopholes you find in the infrastructure. Also, there are no other buildings “lying idle” waiting for their construction to be completed and there is certainly no dearth of lecture halls. Please cite your sources of information and we’ll be happy to correct them.

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