Noida: India’s Tech Hub

New Okhla Industrial Development Authority (Noida) has come a long way since its inception.  40 years back, when Noida was established, no one had envisioned that it will become one of the fastest-growing cities and take the economy of Uttar Pradesh to the next level. With clean roads, high-speed metros, and big corporates, Noida has become the IT hub for large & small enterprises. This is the only reason Yogi Adityanath feels that Noida has far better resources in terms of infrastructure capabilities and can certainly step ahead very soon as the main preferred spot for small and big industries.

The city with a favorable atmosphere & infrastructure has attracted major industrial leaders & software giants to establish their permanent base in the city.  As per Assocham, Noida, along with Greater Noida, generated a total of 87% jobs in Uttar Pradesh state. Software Technology Park is another attraction in Noida that has captivated the interest of developers. 

Noida sector 62 is a hub for many technology companies such as IBM, TCS, Accenture, Nokia, and Ericsson. Symbiosis, IIM-Lucknow, and several other private colleges also have their campuses in the sector. Moreover, the sector also hosts various central government offices and residential apartments.  As per the available resources, Noida in terms of IT professionals is the most populated city.  As per tracxn data, there are 1676 tech startups in Noida. 

Recently, Microsoft announced to set up the new hub in Noida to hire the country’s quality engineering talent.  This will further act as an attraction for software developers to Noida.  As per indeed data, The average salary for a Software Engineer is ₹ 3,64,606 per year in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, which meets the national average. 

If you are looking to work in top tech/product companies in Noida, here is your chance.