10 August 2017 | News
The quantum and analytics healthcare centre is being set up with an investment of Rs 330 crore.
Abu Dhabi-based B R Shetty group will set up a quantum and analytics healthcare centre as a part of the proposed integrated BRS Medicity in Andhra Pradesh's capital city Amaravati.
Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu laid the foundation stone for the BRS Medicity, a 1.8 billion USD project, in the capital region.
The quantum and analytics healthcare centre is being set up with an investment of Rs 330 crore. It will consist of a research centre, quantum computing secure hardware zone and data centre, according to a release issued by the AP Capital Region Development Authority.
The Medicity will have a Rs 1,150 crore medical university for 800 students, Rs 1,500 crore super-speciality hospital with 1,500 beds, Rs 500 crore medical devices manufacturing facility, knowledge process outsourcing centre that will employ 4,000 people, stem cell research centre, naturopathy and a yoga centre.
The BR Shetty group will also set up an International Baccalaureate School that could have could have an intake of 2,890 students and provide 500 jobs.