Haryana CM inaugurates Keystone Knowledge Park in Gurugram, aims at promoting R & D in region
New Delhi, July 25 (KNN) In a bid to encourage research and development in the region, Chief Minister of Haryana Manohar Lal Khattar inaugurated keystone knowledge Part (KKP) in Gurugram recently.
KKP is fully developed knowledge park equipped spreading over 2,25,000 sq. ft. area with a scientific building designed for research and development. Also the park has dedicated plots to be allotted for manufacturing industries. The park will collaborate with industries including biotechnology, food processing, agriculture and pharma.
CM Khattar in a press interview said that with the Park in place, the industry will benefit from the research and development. Also over 5000 youth will be able to find jobs because of the project.
The CM further informed that the Park comes under the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) that provides the area with special incentives and subsidies.
Also a MoU was inked between the Haryana Government and KKP to make available 10,000 sq feet area for start-ups. These startups will be provided financial support by the state government. Over 100 startups are expected to come up in the region once the area is developed. (KNN/ DA)