PULSUS signs MoU with UP government to establish ‘Global Scientific Literature Center’ at Noida

The 1000 seat facility will focus on skill development and translation of global scientific and healthcare information to hindi with the support from government of Uttar Pradesh, with an aim to take scientific and healthcare literature to rural India


Lucknow: Dr Srinubabu Gedela, serial entrepreneur, investor and Chief Executive Officer of PULSUS Group, has announced his plans after signing a MoU with Government of Uttar Pradesh to establish a 1000 seat skill development and global scientific-healthcare information (English-to-Indian Language) translation facility in NOIDA. The Pulsus Group has offices in London, Ontario, Hyderabad and in Chennai.

Announcing this at the UP Investors summit 2018, Dr. Srinubabu Gedela said “Our goal is to make India the global hub for knowledge and also provide access to healthcare and scientific knowledge in native Indian languages. We believe if the scientific content translated to multiple regional and global languages, then the outcome of scientific research, reaches to the all levels of people in the world. We are keen to partner with governments as there has been a growing importance for scientific content translation in regional languages.”

PULSUS group which has centres in Hyderabad and Chennai, and will be opening Gurgaon centre in few weeks, has been Instrumental in translating the Global Scientific Literature into foreign languages including Russian, Chinese, Japanese and others. To begin with PULSUS NOIDA centre will focus on Hindi Language translation and create jobs for life sciences and Pharma graduates, graduating from Government and other educational institutions in Uttar Pradesh.

“Currently we are focussing on translation of Scientific and healthcare information into Indian languages mainly Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam, Tamil, Gujarati and Bengali with other languages to follow. As per recent analysis, 75% of Indians will use regional languages for information and search, and the translated healthcare information will be useful to all Indians.” Gedela added

PULSUS Group owns and operates 1000+ journals and 25 million pages literature in healthcare and scientific fields. It is currently among the most popular go-to destination for premium scientific content and drug safety studies. The Pulsus Group has offices in London, Ontario, Hyderabad and in Chennai.

Dr Srinubabu Gedela also owns OMICS International that employs 3500+ people – a pioneer in the dissemination of scientific and healthcare information by way of Open access publishing. Over 50,000+ well-qualified scientists work as editorial board members OMICS International. The organization has grown from 10 journals in 2009 to 1000+ peer-reviewed journals by 2017 with an increased reader base of 50 million. OMICS Group also conducts 3,000+ annual scientific and medical meetings in association with international partners.