Hyderabad, 18th December 2022: Union Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers, and Health & Family Welfare, Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya on Saturday unveiled the Rs.100 crore construction plan of the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER) in Hyderabad.

Mandaviya said “The permanent campus of NIPER would be a landmark for quality and research, inspiring the best of minds to enhance their knowledge. The construction plan would begin with the first phase soon. The formalities have been completed.”

“The medical devices are one of the key focus areas of the government and they have tremendous scope as the sector can truly make India self-reliant.”

He added that this is in alignment with the Centre’s vision of ‘Startup India,’ which encourages entrepreneurship in pharmaceutical research and development.

NIPER Hyderabad Director Dr. Shashi Bala Singh said that the construction of the permanent campus would strengthen the Institute in all aspects and students would be the greatest beneficiaries as they can devote their time completely in the research as all facilities would be available in the campus.