Vishakhapatnam, March 14.
“PULSUS is gearing up to translate the scientifically researched information on medicine and healthcare into various Indian languages through its research centers being set up at Noida, Gurgaov and Chennai. PULSUS is also planning to establish its center at Vaizag in Andhra Pradesh” said the PULSUS CEO Dr. Srinubabu Gedela that participated in the Andhra University Pharmacy College anniversary celebrations at Vizag today.
Speaking on this occasion he spoke to the media that his company has already translated the scientific knowledge published in English to other foreign languages like Russian and Italian and he is currently focusing on to a vast section of Indians by translating 2,5 crore documents on a variety of issues related life sciences, medicine and healthcare into Telugu, Tamil, Gujarathi, Bengali kannada, Marathi, and Hindi as per the government of India’s programme on healthcare. PULSUS will be investing 1000 crores towards this programme with a view to generate employment to 10, 000 Indians. Dr. Babu said that his company has entered a 500 crore worth MoU with the Government of Utter Pradesh recently to translate the scientific information from English to Hindi.