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IT Minister K T Rama Rao announced the initiative at India Design Summit organised by CII in collaboration with Telangana government.

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Hyderabad, home to India’s largest start-up incubator, is on course to host the country’s largest makerspace, T-Works, by December 2018.

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T-Works to ignite innovators minds

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Speaking at the '17th India Design Summit' organised by CII here, the Minister said "T-Works will allow entrepreneurs to collaborate and create new offerings in the field."

Read more in Business Standard

In his inaugural address at the two-day 17th India Design Summit, organized by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) along with the National Institute of Design and Government of Telangana held at HICC here, Mr. Rao said T-Works one of the world’s largest Maker Spaces coming up in 2.5 lakh rpt lakh square feet area

Read more in Evening Standard

Telangana Industry Minister K T Rama Rao on Tuesday said that the T-Works, an incubator especially for hardware, will be operational by December 2018.

Read more in United News of India

Speaking at the 17th India Design Summit organised by CII here, the Minister said "T-Works will allow entrepreneurs to collaborate and create new offerings in the filed."

Read more in India Today

In his inaugural address at the two-day 17th India Design Summit, organized by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) along with the National Institute of Design and Government of Telangana held at HICC here, Mr. Rao said T-Works one of the worlds largest Maker Spaces coming up in 2.5 square feet arear about 3 kms from Hi-Tech city by the same time next year.

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India’s largest design hub T-Works to go online in 2018.

Read more in The Times of India