Surbana Jurong to develop master plan for India’s Genome Valley

The MOU was signed by Principal Secretary (IT) Jayesh Ranjan (second from left) and Nirup Jayanth, Country Head for Jurong Consultants India (second from right) in the presence of IT and Industries Minister KT Rama Rao (centre in white shirt) and officials from both parties. Image courtesy of Telangana Today.

The state government of Telangana, India, has signed an MOU with Surbana Jurong to develop a master plan for the Phase Two Development of Genome Valley, the largest life sciences destination in Asia with over 200 companies employing 10,000 people. 

The partnership will realise the government’s vision of transforming the area into a global knowledge hub with industry and tertiary education clusters that are supported by lifestyle amenities and residential townships, creating a more fluid live-work-play-learn environment.

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