A medical system park would come up in an space of 350 acres alongside the Yamuna Expressway and simply 3.5 km away from the upcoming Noida International Airport at Jewar, officers stated on Monday.
According to the detailed undertaking report (DPR), which has acquired an in-principle approval of the Uttar Pradesh authorities, the medical system park can be developed in two phases in Sector 28 of the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA).
The medical system park would concentrate on industrial improvement of CT scans, MRI and ventilators, YEIDA CEO Arun Vir Singh stated.
“Of the total 350 acre land for the park, 200 acre would be used in the first phase and 150 acre in the second phase,” Mr Singh stated after the 72nd board assembly of the YEIDA.
He stated 41 proposals had been offered through the board assembly and Additional Chief Secretary (Industries), Uttar Pradesh, Arvind Kumar, who can also be the chairman of YEIDA, presided over the assembly.
“The agendas included public welfare projects, financial issues of YEIDA also. The main agenda was discussion on the medical device park. The Centre had given approval for setting up medical device parks to four states which are Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Tamil Nadu,” Mr Singh stated.
“For the medical system park in Uttar Pradesh, the land was chosen in Sector 28 of YEIDA. An in-principle approval for the detailed undertaking report (DPR) of the medical system park was granted on December 31 and the board has additionally accredited it now,” he informed reporters.
“The medical system park would concentrate on industrial improvement of CT scans, MRI, ventilators and entice associated massive firms and manufactures. We had been instructed to expedite land acquisition for the undertaking,” he stated.
The officer stated the placement of the medical system park may be very appropriate as it’s near highways and simply 3.5 km from the upcoming worldwide airport at Jewar.
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