In three IT parks in the state, there is a sizable built-up area that is ready but empty.

In order to sell them, the government has chosen to work with IPCs.

1,000 acres and 20 million square feet of built-up space are readily available.

Another built-up area of 10 million square feet is also getting ready.

Private developers are fierce competitors for the government's IT parks.

Private developers are successful in luring and bringing international businesses to their built-up areas.

The cost of IPCs has been set at the equivalent of two months' worth of leasing rent.

The major campuses' 380.29 acres and 7,20,590 square feet of built-up space are vacant.