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rental yields are around 5-6% annually , and KMP alone will be very beneficial for industrial property in the region as the connectivity will improve superbly and lots of business will come in and setup in these well planned industrial areas
JURASIK PARK Inn is a resort n amusement park. The entry charges for the water park is rs 1000/- per couple,mon- fri & rs 1200/- per couple on sat,sun.rs 600/- for student ( with I'd card)mon- sun. The room charges are rs 5000/- per couple + taxes for 1N 1 D stay including BF
Great share Washinton. Looking back, it seems that Kundli-Sonepat belt is emerging not only as an education hub but an Entertainment hub as well. With SPLASH WATER PARK, JURRASIC PARK INN, Upcoming Go-Karting track in TDI and another water resort (forget the name), this belt might turn out to be place for teenagers and young adults.
Sonepat: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said as a result of effective steps being taken to promote education, the number of private and public universities in the state has increased to 30 from merely 5 in the year 2004-05.
Besides, 479 new technical institutes have also been opened during the same period thus raising their intake capacity to 1.42 lakh. Hooda was speaking during the first convocation of O P Jindal Global University in Sonepat where he also presented degrees to LLb, LLM and MBA students last evening, an official release said.
As a result of opening of the 479 new technical institutions in the state, their total number has increased to 640.
As the top priority, his government has concentrated on both the expansion and improvement of quality of education, he said. Apart from increasing the number of universities and technical institutes and their intake capacity, the government has also increased the number of schools and colleges.
"Haryana is the first state in the country to have set up a medical college for women in government sector at Khanpur Kalan and medical colleges in government sector are also being set up at Nalhar in Mewat, Karnal and Faridabad," he added.
Besides implementing a number of incentive based schemes, Right to Education Act had been executed in the state to ensure that no child was deprived of this right. These measures had helped students belonging to weaker sections of the society to get education, besides checking the drop-out rate in the state.
Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, 479 new technical institutes in Haryana, first convocation of OP Jindal Global University in Sonepat, Haryana becomes first state to set up medical college for women in government sector, Khanpur Kalan medical college for women,
Some of the industrial estates, which have been recently developed by the Haryana State Industrial Development Corporation, are as follows:
Chowdhary Devi Lal, IMT, Manesar: The industrial estate, which has been built over an area of 1,799 acres, has a total of 1,148 plots. It is an Industrial Model Township having industrial, residential, commercial and recreational facilities that have been developed at par with international standards. Located at Manesar in Gurgaon district, the township is conveniently located on NH-8 and is a 20-25 minute drive from Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi. This estate is equipped with a five-star hotel, golf course, business conference facilities, super specialty hospital and helipad. Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon: Built over an area of 785 acres, this industrial estate has a total of 1,835 plots. Located 10 minutes from the Indira Gandhi International Airport on NH-8, this estate offers facilities of international standards and is well equipped to house MNCs and big corporate houses. Bawal Growth Centre: Set up on an area of 1,200 acres in Rewari district, the BGC is not only close to NH-8 but is only 90 km from the national capital. The social and industrial infrastructure is well built. The estate houses industries belonging to textiles, chemicals, light engineering and electronics among others. Modern Industrial Park, Sonepat Rai: This industrial estate is located in the heart of the industrial belt at Sonepat on around 560 acres of land with an allotment of 1,322 plots. It is a modern industrial park with modern facilities and is developed to primarily cater to the needs of the small sector. It also seeks to decongest the national capital by relocating industrial units from Delhi to Rai. European Technology Park (Proposed): The basic motive to set up this park is to promote development of technology and investment from European companies in this sector in Haryana. Work on the project is still in progress. Food Parks: Four food parks with modern facilities and amenities are being planned at four different locations in Dabwali, Narwana, Sonepat Rai and Saha. These food parks are being set up to promote agro-based and food processing industry in the state. In order to help this sector flourish, the state government is trying to formulate a separate Food Processing Industrial Policy. Medicity: The Haryana Urban Development Authority has earmarked 53 acres of land in Sector 38 for the development of Medicity. This industrial estate will be dedicated to an integrated health infrastructure zone with provision for a chain of various super specialty hospitals backed by facilities for medical schooling, R&D and medical auxiliary services. Already, international companies have shown interest in building this park. Special Economic Zone: The Haryana government is proposing to establish a new SEZ in New Gurgaon. It will be located close to the Delhi-Jaipur highway or alternatively on NH-8. The project site has already been identified for which 1,200 hectares of land will be acquired in two phases. The total estimated cost of the project would be Rs 948 crore, of which Rs 742.2 crore will be financed through internal accruals.
To improve connectivity within industrial units in the SEZ and the various industrial concentrations, a new express highway is being proposed linking highways 1, 8 and 10 bypassing the National Capital Territory of Delhi. This new expressway, which will be a non-stop four-lane high-speed toll road, will be restricted to only very fast moving vehicles. The estimated length of this highway will be 90 km. Gems and Jewellery Park: The proposed park will be formulated under the cluster approach. The total area of one block will be 20,122 sq. mt while the area under the workshops will be 9,864 sq. mt. The total cost of the project is Rs 50 crore. According to projections, it would be possible to generate a net surplus of around Rs 20 crore by selling the entire area
Apparel Parks: HSIDC is setting up an apparel park in Barhi. The process for setting up the park commenced in 1997. About 275 acres of land was acquired in 1998 in Barhi near NH-1 in Sonepat district. Another apparel park is going to be set up in Gannaur, also on NH-1, and is 54 km away from ISBT Delhi on the way from Panipat to Delhi.
Another park is proposed to be built on 160 acres at an estimated cost of Rs 68 crore. The project cost is likely to be financed by a grant from the Central government and the balance through internal accruals.