Projects envisaging a total investment of Rs 200 crore,
including an engineering college, a medical college at
the cost of Rs 50-crore and a software park, have been
proposed to be set up in different parts of Kerala at
the Sree Narayana World Convention and Global Meet, which
proposals, identified at the Global Investors Meet, also
include a Rs 15-crore textile processing unit at Kannur
and a dye-making unit (automobile industry) by investing
Rs 25 crore.
council general secretary B Aravindakshan says the venture
presented at the meet will generate employment opportunities
to hundreds of unemployed people in the state. "Investors
have also shown interest in introducing barges for transportation
of goods through canals in the state."
ayurveda centre will be opened at Kalavoor in Ernakulam
and a software park, either in Malabar or in Kochi, is
also presented in the meet. The World Council has also
decided to fully adopt the project of expansion of the
Nangelil Ayurveda College, Kothamangalam.
the meantime, U P Sasidharan, president of Saradhy (Kuwait),
has said that he would invest Rs 20 crore for establishing
institutions in the state. The UAE delegation announced
the establishment of Sree Narayana Global Centre in Thiruvananthapuram.
The Rs 500-crore project includes a study centre and facilities