The institute in the city will aim at early detection of genetic diseases and treatment.
A massive fire that erupted on Thursday at a four-storey coaching centre in the Mukherjee Nagar area has been doused, but a few students were injured as a result, a Delhi Police official said.
“All the students have been rescued and as per initial investigation the fire started from an electric metre installed in the building,” said the official.
According to the director of the Delhi Fire Service (DFS) Atul Garg, a call regarding the blaze at the Gyana Building was received at 12.28 p.m.
He said that a total of 11 fire tenders were rushed to the spot and the rescue operation has been completed.
“So far, no major injuries,” he added.
Video footage showed several students managed to escape from the building using ropes and wires.