Another world class university underway for Amaravati. Amrita University, the world famous educational entity headed by Mata Amritanandamayi Trust, has now come forward to set up a world-class medical university at Amaravati, the new Capital region of Andhra Pradesh.
As part of the plan, the Trust will also set up a 2,250-bedded “multi super speciality” hospital, research and healthcare complex attached to the university. The communication from the Chief Minister’s Office revealed that this would be one of the most important developments for the capital.
Several discussions have taken place between the main representatives of Mata Amritanandamayi Institute of Medical Sciences and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu to elaborate on the proposal.
The administration team has also submitted a detailed project report to the Chief Minister.
This “mega project” would be taken up at a cost of Rs 2,500 crore, confirmed CMO. It is known that CM had earlier requested Mata Amritanandamayi to set up the medical university in the new Capital region.
This would be the second mega project in the medical and health sector in the Capital region as a British firm already came forward with a plan to set up a health city, the CMO communication said.
This would be a glorious addition to the prestigious All India Institute of Medical Sciences coming up at Mangalagiri that falls in the capital region.