The state of Kerala has been switching between ruling by left-wing parties as well as the Congress-led party, every five years or so, like an act of ritual. While political pundits call it the 'anti-incumbency factor' in reality we know that the citizens of Kerala are, with their well-known high literacy rate, think, talk and eat about politics. The heightened political consciousness of the Keralans affects their political mandates too. This constant change in power has caused the state of Kerala with no significant advancements in the field of the development of industry and information technology. The state is notorious for its frequent labor issues and the well-known'strikes'. Six decades after the British left the shores of Kerala, Kerala remains deeply mired in a workplace culture that deters industrial growth. While the states of Tamilnadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra Gujarat, Haryana, and a host of other states boarded the bandwagon of Information Technology and welcomed multi-national companies with open arms, Kerala was a bit arrogant and shut out these enterprises . It was only after the passage of time that it dawned on that Kerala Administration that rising problems of unemployment and the absence of industrial development could be tackled only if radical political changes were implemented . In 2003, the Congress-led government announced a mega-plan to build the Technology Park which would house media services, IT-enabled services and Biotechnology institutes in Kochi the capital of commerce of India's state. Visit:- https://bantinbatdongsan247.com/ This could be done by a total participation of private enterprises with the state chipping in with the land at a fair cost as well as other infrastructure facilities like power,water and other revenue operations. In exchange, the private investor will provide employment to young professionals who are qualified of the state, thereby decreasing the problem of unemployment. It was the Dubai Internet City, infrastructure builders and service providers, were invited to work out the details of the project and sign an MOU the Government. The entire project nearly ended up being a no-go with a large amount of criticism being directed at the government through opposition parties, environmentalists and other groups voicing an uproar regarding how the resources of the state will be plunder and the natural environmental environment destroyed. After a long and tense period of heated disputes and a change in the government The MOU was then concluded with Dubai Internet City. The Smart City at Kochi would be constructed on the 1,000 acres of land adjacent to an official government Info Park on the outskirts of the city. The built-up area is more than 8.8million square feet comprising 6.2million Sq.Ft for IT-related industries alone, the Smart City at Kochi would be among the largest Technology Parks in India. With the uncertainties about the plan out of the way with the project's uncertainties out of the way, the DIC team visited the land proposed for development and expressed their delight. The Smart City located in Kochi will be an extension of Dubai Internet City. Dubai Internet City in Dubai. A self-contained college with houses, schools, as well as an entertainment complex, the Smart City will facilitate the operation of information and communication technology companies. The Smart City will operate just as DIC that offers foreign companies 100 per cent tax-free ownership, 100 per cent repatriation of profits and capital with no currency restrictions, easy registration and licensing, stringent cybersecurity regulations, and protection of intellectual property. If it is approved If it was commissioned, this Smart City Project would put the State of Kerala on the IT map of the world and free the state from the self-imposed prison of outdated ideology and impractical practice.