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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 today 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 quantum computing centre will employ 300 people, it said.
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 release said.
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, it added.
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