India’s first Nano-Biosym Park To Come Up In Himachal Pradesh

Himachal government has marked out land for setting up the country’s first Nano-Biosym Technology Park that is expected to attract about Rs 2000 crore investments, a government spokesman here claimed.

A Nano-Business valley in collaboration with US based NBS Inc and department of science and technology of the central government would come up at Aduwal near Nalagarh for which a 400 acre land has been marked. The project would be completed in three phases in ten years time, he said.

The park once developed would open new avenues in nano technologies. Multi-purpose projects such as pharmic (DNA Diagnostic kit ), incubator, health, medical education activities and BT based units etc. would be carried out at the park.

The products manufactured in the park will be based on DNA diagnostics which would enable highly accurate and reliable detection of any DNA or RNA based pathogen within short time and can be used by least trained persons to test blood, saliva  or stool samples inexpensively.

Promotion of technology park is being encouraged with a view to exploit the skilled and technical employment potential available. The proposed Nano Biosym park is eco friendly which would create new employment opportunities.

The state has invited reputed industrial houses of the country to set up their units in for which essential facilities would be provided. Recently, the state government  invited Tata Company Group to invest in the State, so that the industrial sector here could benefited from the expertise of the reputed group.

As Editor, Ravinder Makhaik leads a team of media professionals at Hill Post. Spanning a career of over two decades in mass communication, as a Documentary Filmmaker, TV journalist, Print Media journalist and with Online & Social Media, he brings with him a vast experience. He lives in Shimla.

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