Suburbs gain as work from home rules
October 08, 2020
Priyanjana De is at last moving into a two-room loft in Varthur, a suburb of Bengaluru, from her paying visitor convenience following three years.
The 28-year-old information investigator has chosen to take up a proposal by her manager, a global IT firm, to work uncertainly from home. In any case, she needs a greater space. Happily, rents have declined strongly.
“I will pay ₹15,000 for a loft that charged ₹20,000 recently. Varthur is very a long way from the workplace, yet then I don’t have to go to work any longer,” said De.
She’ll be moving out of her convenience at AECS Layout, a local that is well known among geeks working in the city’s IT passageways.
Individuals are moving out of the city by the thousand. De’s PG, or paying visitor, the office had 75 ladies until March there are just 12 remaining.