Mahindra World City, Jaipur welcomes government delegation from Bangladesh
Organised by the Bangladesh Hi-Tech Park Authority (BHTPA), the government body responsible for the development of hi-tech parks and IT parks in Bangladesh, the objective of the delegation’s visit was to acquire a deeper understanding of the strategy, approach and best practices deployed in the creation of integrated industrial ecosystems developed as a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) model.
The delegation included Hosne Ara Begum – Managing Director, BHTPA; Mahbooba Panna – Deputy Secretary, Information and Communication Technology Division; Masoma Zaman - Senior Assistant Secretary, Legislative and Parliamentary Affairs Division; Abdun Nur Mohammad Al Firoz - Law Officer (Deputy Secretary), Ministry of Housing and Public Works, Shohid Mohammad Saidul Huq - ADC (Education & ICT), Office of the Deputy Commissioner, Sylhet; Barrister Md. Golam Sorwar Bhuiyan - Project Director, Sylhet Electronic City Building Project, BHTPA; Md. Aminul Haque - Senior Assistant Secretary, Posts & Telecommunication Division; Md. Mahafuzul Kabir - Assistant Director, BHTPA; and Shoaib Ahmad Khan - Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Land.
As the delegation toured MWC Jaipur, studying its design and scope with respect to infrastructure solutions and IT facilities, Hosne Ara Begum, Managing Director, BHTPA, said, “I am delighted to see how well-planned, world-class infrastructure, when combined with favourable conditions for business and industry, can successfully drive holistic growth for all stakeholders in a PPP-driven industrial ecosystem. MWC Jaipur is a unique model of sustainable urbanisation, a strong testament to the foresight of the Govt. of Rajasthan and the Mahindra Group, and their combined vision for the creation of an integrated business city focused on improving the lives of stakeholders. The BHTPA will take the relevant learnings as considerations in our plans to cater to opportunities that Bangladesh has to offer and consider best model for benefit of Industry.”
Extending a warm welcome to the delegation, Sanjay Srivastava, Chief Operating Officer, Mahindra World City, Jaipur added, “The concept of Mahindra World City as an integrated business city designed to drive a balance between ‘Livelihood, Living and Life’ is globally relevant; it is built on the foundation of economic and social development in harmony with local communities and the environment. Mahindra World City, Jaipur has driven industrial growth and created employment opportunities, at the same time leveraging the strengths and knowhow of stakeholders, thereby creating a win-win environment for all.”