The Karnataka Digital Economy Mission (KDEM) is gearing up to ensure that about ten lakh jobs are created in the information technology (IT) sector and related areas in the next five years. The aim is to attract more investments in the IT sector, and achieve a target of US$150 billion in IT exports. The mission of KDEM is to take the digital economy contribution to GSDP up to 30 per cent and make the economy worth US$300 billion by 2025. The Karntaka government will work to improve connectivity even to the remote parts of the state, offer electricity 24 x7, and reduce the rural-urban divide by establishing the required infrastructure to strengthen the digital economy.
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