Govt set to establish science and technology park in Islamabad

Published February 11, 2019
The park aims at to provide modern facilities to the students for scientific research.
The park aims at to provide modern facilities to the students for scientific research.

Ministry of Science and Technology is set to establish a science and technology park in the federal capital, APP reported on Monday.

The park aims at to provide modern facilities to the students for scientific research.

The park would be established in the federal capital in collaboration with COMSATS University Islamabad (CUI), said an official while talking to APP.

The government allocated Rs50 million for the project, the official said. He said that the feasibility report of the project has been prepared by a renowned company.

When contacted Rector COMSATS University, Dr Raheel Qamar, said that the purpose of the science and technology park is to promote scientific education among the students.

He said the establishment of the science and technology park would help to promote science and technology related education. It would also help to increase entrepreneurship across the country, he added.

He said that it would also provide up to date facilities of scientific learning to the students under one roof.

The rector COMSATS further said that the project would be started soon as its feasibility report has been prepared.

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