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Honourable Chief Minister Sri Prinarayi Vijayan visited Technopark on 2nd august 2016. He was received by Mr. Hrishikesh Nair, CEO and Mr. Sivasankar, IT Secretary. CM had a brief discussion with CEO, IT Secretary on the current status & development plans. The main focus was on the upcoming Technocity project - An integrated IT Township project. IT Minister visited buildings in Phase I & III and also he  visited the fab lab and appreciated the efforts.

Technopark Celebrated its 26th year "FOUNDATION DAY" on 28th July, 2016. Since 1990, TP is in the forefront of developing & promoting IT/ITeS Sector in Kerala with its pride as the FIRST IT park in India and continues to grow in full pace with the change in Trends and Technology in line with the vision of State. Technopark currently holds 760 Acres of land across 5 Phases with a Built-up area of 9.33 Mn Sq.ft. I wld like to THANK the entire team TP & the Government for their continued support and the entire IT fraternity who have stood with us. 


The Visual Graphics Computing Services(VGCS) team was declared as the winners of the Technopark Club Throwball (Ladies) Tournament 2016. Noratel were the runners up.


The Technopark Club Swimming Tournament 2016, Vasudev of Allianz secured the first place in 40Mtr Free Style, 80Mtr freestyle and 200Mtr freestyle with Sreeju S Kumar of Good Method, Rajesh B of Alokin and Sreeju S Kumar of Good Method as the runners up in each event respectively.


With safety for women being the need of the hour, the ladies of Technopark Trivandrum, particularly those working late shifts, will have nothing to fear thanks to 'Pink Police Patrol'. The City Police have started a three unit patrol team of women police personnel, that will be deployed especially around Technopark. Ladies can seek the help of 'Pink Police Patrol' 24*7 by calling 181.


This year, TEJUS has managed to set up a play school at LPS Kadinamkulam school, with the support from the Technopark community. We often see many schools in Kerala closing down due to multiple reasons. More alarming is that we hear about this almost on a daily basis.  We are sure that the play school initiative will reinstall the faith in bringing in more students to government school if properly supported and cared for, by the society.The great support received from the staff and the community deserves to be highlighted and lauded at this point.All such positive news are now helping TEJUS to take more such ambitious projects under the Raising Phoenix program.In case if you are interested to be a part of this Tejus program, please share your views, position and donations if any to inaugural function was conducted on Monday 1st August 2016 at 3pm in the school. By God’s grace the program went on well. The play school started working at its full swing. TEJUS take this opportunity to thank all who supported to this dream come true. Thanks to Maya teacher, Uma teacher, all other teachers and non-teaching staff for their never ending love and support to these children.

As part of its CSR initiative, Alamy Images India Pvt. Ltd., a Technopark based IT firm visited the families living in Eyacode recently to provide them with a very simple necessity – ‘light’.
 Eyacode is 10kms from Peringamala, Palode & has a small settlement of tribal families who make their livelihood mainly from rubber tapping.
 The CSR team of Alamy India contacted the local ward member after being made aware about the difficulties of the families living in & around the forest area. For these families venturing outside their home after sunset is always a terrifying experience due to the frequent attacks by the wild animals from the adjoining forest. The sad plight of these families were reported in a popular newspaper recently.
 Solar lamps were handed over to the families at Eyacode by the CSR team from Alamy Images India. “We feel it’s our responsibility to help others in whatever way possible. We’ll also be providing computers for 2 of the local schools shortly” announced Prasanna Sundarajan, Chief Operating Officer, Alamy India, on the occasion

Autonebula, India's only Connected Transport Incubator / Accelerator is coming to Technopark, Trivandrum partnering with Kerala Start-Up Mission(formerly Technopark Technology Business Incubator) for the first Kerala Startup Meetup focused on Connected Transport.
If you have a software, IOT enabled application to improve safety and efficiency of vehicles in any of the below focus areas, Send your ideas, models or concepts to and ask for an invitation tobe a part of this meetup.
1. Assisted Driving/Autonomous Software
2. Vehicle Robotic Solutions
3. Driver Safety Tools 
4. Prognostics for Vehicle Insurance
5. Connected Vehicle/Driving Data
6. Infotainment and Vehicle Ergonomics
7. Fleet Telematics
8. Time-Sharing Transportation
9. Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication
10. Traffic Management
11. Auto Cybersecurity 
For Invitation please Contact: 020 65229930 | |

The movie 'Kari' will be screened at the Travancore Hall, Technopark Trivandrum on August 3. The screening is part of an event organized by Prathidhwani Film Club which aims at creating a platform for independent and lesser known feature films. Following the screening of the film, the viewers will engage in a discussion with director Naranipuzha Shanavas.
Save the Date!
One stage, five bands, five hours of non-stop music. 
Technopark's cultural club, Natana will play host to a special musical performance, the first of its kind in Technopark and in Trivandrum as well. The 'Home Music Festival', an Aum-i Artistes and Natana travelling music extravaganza, will be held atTechnopark, Trivandrum on 31 August 2016.
NATANA (A GTech initiative) - the arts club of Technopark, along with Prakruthi, will bring to you Orumayode Oronam (Onam in Togetherness) on Thursday, 8th of September 2016.  The highlights of the day will be the Grand Onam Procession (competition) which will showcase the coming together of the community and the Organic Onam Sadhya (feast - Ticketed for 1500 people). The backdrop for the feast is a musical-drama performance by Oorali Band. The program will conclude with the prize distribution ceremony and Onam games.
Registration for the competition events and Organic Onam Sadhya will start shortly.
As a part of a special blood drive, Tejus at Technopark Trivandrum will arrange cabs from the Technopark Campus to the Regional Cancer Center (RCC) on August 4, 9, 11, 18, 23, 25 and 31. They wish to reach out to Technoaprk employees and request to make use of the service to donate blood to RCC. The cab starts from Technopark at 10am on the above mentioned dates and will return approx. two hours after the donations. Your small gesture could save a life.
The architecturally stunning Phase III building at Technopark, Trivandrumlooks almost iridescent during the day.
Photo Courtesy : Ajeeshkk Achuss

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