Hike in the Craziness of the startups of the business force the ministry to take it seriously. Take one-step forward to set-up an independent registered organization, T-Hub is at the intersection of the start-up community, government, corporate, academic, and research sectors. Their venture is to build a booming start-up ecosystem thriving on the tightly knit, most vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem in the country. The goal is to build an ecosystem that not only caters to local entrepreneurs but also acts as a gateway for anyone who wants to start a tech company in India. Telangana State Information Technology, Electronics and Communication Department (IT&C)’s main objective is to promote the use of Information Technology (IT) and act as a Designer in the field of Information Technology in the state and build an range of Government services depend on Information Technology . In a time of 4 years span, Hyderabad has marked more than 500 services including IT solutions and products. It has turned the techies from MNC jobs to entrepreneurs. With this Hyderabad has become the place for vibrant industries. The city has taken pride at every step towards the growth and development of start-ups. But what does it really mean for a start-up? Only a plot for the project venture? It’s time for cleansing your ideas; you will get legal counseling to help to protect your IP (intellectual property); help-on-hand on branding, sales; in getting connected with Venture Capital funds and many more. Tarakarama Rao has requested Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Adobe Systems CEO Shantanu Narayen, Biocon's chairman and managing director Kiran Mazumdar Shaw and other biggies to be mentors the young entrepreneurs when they visit Hyderabad. Show the way to the expected goal. The State government has agreed to be the first customer of start-ups, if they come out with products that can solve governance issues, including public delivery of services and innovation in agriculture. T-Hub in Hyderabad, Telangana is India's largest incubator for the start-ups. The first phase of T-Hub was formally launched and inaugurated by E.S.L Narasimhan, Governor of Telangana & AP, and Ratan Tata, Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons, and Telangana IT & Panchayat Raj Minister K.T.Rama Rao on 5th November 2015. The T-Hub set up in collaboration with IIIT Hyderabad, the Indian School of Business (ISB) and the NALSAR University of Law. While NALSAR would help in intellectual property and related areas, ISB and IIIT would provide business mentoring and technology mentoring respectively. The vibrating interior of T –Hub itself reflects the working ambience, which will greet young entrepreneurs. The creative look of the workstation gives a fresh outlook for the work and encourages creativity. The creative ambience helps you to stand out of the crowd and initiate the business boom. The government is mainly focusing on the start-up entrepreneurs and the employment boom by this young generation. It expected to generate annual employment for 3,000 people by 2017 and the second phase, which expected to commence from 2017 onwards, generate 10,000 by 2020. B.V.R. Mohan Reddy, chairperson of Cyient, renowned member of the group of directors said that the new entrepreneurs provided more employment opportunities than existing companies did. Walk in with an idea and walk out with a product is the motto of the T-Hub and we looking forward for an ecosystem that not only caters to local entrepreneurs but also acts as a gateway for anyone who wants to start a tech company in India.