Finally the CM asks for upgrading the 3 state medical colleges to AIIMS level under PMSSY; He should ask the Agriculture ministry for a Central Agricultural University

Following is an excerpt from  a report in Orissadiary.

Odisha Chief Minister, Naveen Patnaik today met the Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare, Ghulam Nabi Azad in New Delhi. Chief Minister informed the  Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare that the proposal to raise the number of seats for admission to MBBS Course from 150 to 250, would necessitate significant increase in the infrastructure of the Medical Colleges in the State.

He requested that the three Medical Colleges of the State may be approved for upgradation to AIIMS like Institutions under the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY) along with sanction of Rs.432 crore for the purpose. He added that the State has identified an alternative site for establishment of a Regional Institute of Paramedical Sciences at Bhubaneswar for which Government of India may sanction the funds forming part of Central Share component.  

… Chief Minister urged upon the Union Minister to appreciate the just needs of the State for augmenting medical infrastructure and creating new specialized medical institutions. He requested the Union Minister to establish a National Cancer Institute at Bhubaneswar and a Regional Geriatric Centre at SCB Medical College, Cuttack. He further informed that State has already identified 20 acres of land for setting up of the Central Research Institute of Yoga and Naturopathy. Accordingly, Government of India may sanction the required funds to enable early establishment of the Institute along with 100 bedded Hospital, at the earliest.

… The Union Minister assured the Chief Minister that the issues raised by him will receive priority attention of the Ministry. He agreed to provide necessary funds for upgrading the infrastructure of the three Medical Colleges in the State.

… Union Minister promised to take urgent steps for establishing the Regional Institute of Para Medical Sciences at Bhubaneswar.

He assured that the Central Share for the Odisha State Treatment Fund shall be released very shortly and that additional funds will be provided for strengthening the Regional Cancer Centre at Cuttack. Further, the request of Odisha for a stand-alone Cancer Institute will be considered as and when adequate funds are available for the purpose in the Central Budget.
Union Minister agreed to establish a Regional Geriatric Centre at SCB Medical College, Cuttack and requested that Government of Odisha may handover the identified 20 acres of land for setting up of Central Research Institute of Yoga and Naturopathy.

We have been writing the CMO and others about approaching the Health ministry regarding the upgradation of the state medical colleges. See:

It took a long time, but its good that he finally did it.

I hope he also pursues a Central Agricultural University in Odisha. More on this in a separate post.

1 comment March 7th, 2012

Sanjay Memorial Trust plans a medical college in the Berhampur area

This trust already has several educational institutions in the Berhampur area; the main one being the SMIT Degree Engineering College. Following is an article from Dharitri about their intention to start a medical college.

3 comments February 27th, 2012

ESIC to establish two ESI medical colleges in Odisha? One in Bhubaneswar and another in Rourkela.

Following is from Samaja:

Following is from Sambada:

Following is from Dharitri:

1 comment February 25th, 2012

Construction of AIIMS-like institute in Bhubaneswar is 65% complete; first batch with 50 students to start in August this year; Center coming up with a scheme to fund 100-150 crores per college for upgradation of the three state medical colleges

Following is an excerpt from a report in Business Standard.

The fist academic session of the city centre of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) medical college is set to begin from August this year. The 500-bed multi-speciality hospital is expected to start functioning from December 2012.

“The session for the first batch of students for AIIMS medical college will begin from August 2012 with an intake of 50 seats. We expect the hospital to be operational from December this year. Work on the AIIMS campus is 65 per cent complete,” said P K Pradhan, Union health secretary. On the state government’s demand for funds for seat hike in three government run medical colleges, Pradhan said, “The Chief Secretary has said that the state government intends to raise intake of each of three medical colleges from 150 to 250. This requires an investment of Rs 100-150 crore per college for infrastructure upgrade. We are coming up with a scheme wherein we can provide funds to the state government for upgradation of infrastructure at medical colleges.”

Various Odia papers report that as of today 65% of the Hospital building construction and 70% of the college building construction are completed.

8 comments January 31st, 2012

ESIC Medical College and Hospital (Bhubaneswar) design from Mukesh and Associates

The following pictures are from http://mukeshassociates.com/bhubaneswar-hospital.html.

Front View

Close up of the main building 

A ward with nurse station

Administration Block

View from portico

Add comment January 5th, 2012

Despite hurdles SAIL Bokaro continues its efforts to establish a medical college; SAIL Rourkela ignores CM’s request for setting up a medical college in Rourkela

Following is an excerpt from a report in Times of India.

Bokaro Steel Ltd (BSL) has expedited the process of turning the 910-bed Bokaro General Hospital (BGH) into a state-of-the-art medical college.

Without setting a fixed deadline as of now, BSL a unit of SAIL wants to set up the college on public-private-partnership (PPP) basis. The state government is also providing its best possible support to BSL in setting up the college.

According to a senior BSL official, the company has initiated the process to enter into collaboration with private medical colleges for setting up the college. Talks between BSL management and premier medical colleges like Manipal Medical College, Karnataka, D Y Patil, Mumbai, Bhartiya Vidyapeeth, Pune, and Sri Ram Chandra Medical College, Chennai, are now in its final stages. A deal will soon be finalized with any one of the institutions, said the official.

The medical college for doctoral aspirants from the state is a dream project of BSL managing director S S Mohanty. However, BSL had earlier also initiated the process of setting up the medical college under the banner of Bokaro Ispat Education Trust but it was turned down for not fulfilling certain criteria as required by Medical Council of India.

However, BSL management has again formed a committee, which is working on preparing terms and conditions of the MoU that is to be signed with the institution. The committee members have already negotiated verbally with several medical institutions in this regard. The committee has received letters of interest from Manipal and D Y Patil Medical colleges while others have sent their assurance verbally.

Under the joint venture, the official said, BSL will provide its infrastructure (hospital) and other arrangements for bedside teaching facility to the institution, which will come up with its own building for classrooms, manpower and other essential facilities. BSL will provide the land on 99-year lease to the institution.

BGH has a huge potential to be developed as a medical college in this region. Around 11 lakh patients have undergone treatment in BGH in the last financial year alone.

Contrast this with SAIL Rourkela and Odisha. In http://www.orissalinks.com/archives/4625 we reported that the Odisha government was pushing for a medical college at SAIL Rourkela. But so far nothing has come out of it. See also the news item at http://www.telegraphindia.com/1110108/jsp/orissa/story_13406872.jsp.

Considering that IGH already is a 685 bed hospital it can easily accommodate a medical college. SAIL Rourkela and IGH need to learn from the efforts at SAIL Bokaro and pursue establishing a medical college.

Add comment November 21st, 2011

NTPC plans its medical college in Sundergarh — location of one of its two new UMPPs

(Thanks to Situn’s post in Rourkelacity.com for pointing us in this direction.)

Following is an excerpt from a report in dnaindia.com.

Patnaik presided over a review of NTPC’s progress on two proposed two projects at Darlipali in Sundergarh district and Gajamara in Dhenkanal district.

… The NTPC has committed to set up a medical college hospital in Sundergarh district and upgrade the existing district headquarters hospital to 100 beds with ICU.

The location of Sundergarh is a judicious one, as Talcher (where NTPC has its current operations) area will have two medical colleges (one by MCL and another by JSPL) and Dhenkanal (the other location of NTPC’s two new UMPPs) is close to Cuttack-Bhubaneswar which have several medical colleges. In addition, it is time something is given back to Sundergarh, whose Ib valley is a major source of coal.

Add comment November 4th, 2011

12th plan envisions to have a medical college in each of the 641 districts of India??

Following are excerpts from a report in dnaindia.com.

In order to bring down the shortage of doctors and improve healthcare services at the minutest level, the government is planning to have medical colleges in each district.

It has plans to convert district hospitals into training institute the paramedical personnel as well.

Besides, the government also plans to integrate AYUSH doctors and have capacity building programmes for other traditional healthcare providers such as Registered Medical Practitioners (RMPs) and Traditional Birth Attendants (TBA) so that traditional care practices and local remedies are encouraged.

… As of now medical colleges are concentrated in only 193 districts of the country … The rest 447 districts do not have any medical college.

Against 335 colleges, there are about 319 Auxiliary nurses and midwives (ANM) training schools, 49 health and family welfare training schools and only 34 LHV (Lady Health Visitor) schools.

The present doctor patient ratio 0.6 per 1000 while the ratio of health workers (including midwives, nurses etc) is 2.5 per 1000.

“To fill the gap in training needs of paramedical professionals, the 12th Plan proposes to develop each of the district hospitals into knowledge centres, and 4,535 CHCs into training institutions,” says the Planning Commission report.

Odisha with its 30 districts will greatly benefit by this plan. In Odisha only 4 of its districts currently have medical colleges: they are Cuttack, Khorda, Sambalpur and Ganjam. The 26 districts in Odisha that do not yet have medical colleges are: Angul (*), Boudha, Bhadrak, Balangir, Baragarh, Balasore, Deogarh, Dhenanal, Gajapati, Jharsuguda, Jajpur, Jagatsignhpur, Keonjhar, Kalahandi (*), Kandhamal, Koraput, Kendrapada, Malkangiri, Mayurbhanj, Nawarangpur, Nuapada, Nayagarh, Puri, Rayagada, Subarnapur, Sundergarh (*). Among these 26, private medical colleges are under construction in Angul (by MCL and NTPC), Kalahandi (WODC), and Sundergarh (in Rourkela by Hi-Tech).

1 comment August 30th, 2011

High Court to resolve the ESIC medical college location issue; Kudos to the persistent efforts by the Rourkela action committee; Join them via rourkelacity.com to further the development of Rourkela

Following is from a report in ibnlive.com.

The Orissa High Court has directed the state government, union and the authorities of the ESIC to clarify their stand on the establishment of an ESIC Medical College at its existing hospital in Orissa.Acting on a writ petition, the HC bench comprising Chief Justice V Gopal Gowda and Justice B N Mohapatra has given two weeks time to the parties to submit their replies on the issue.The action committee of Rourkela had filed the writ petition in the High Court as the state government alloted the land.The action committee has been demanding establishment of the ESIC medical college here stating that out of 2.70 lakh Insured Persons (IPs) in the state 65 per cent were from tribal dominated districts of Sundargarh, Jharsuguda, Keonjhar and Sambalpur.

This should resolve the ESIC medical college location issue. So far the central government and the state government have never been able to give a proper answer to the logic behind choosing Bhubaneswar as the location, despite indications that more insured people will be served if it was located in Rourkela.

Kudos to the people who have persisted on this for more than 2 years. Their latest efforts are chronicled in http://www.rourkelacity.com. BPUT is next on their agenda. Rightly so, as very little progress has been made on BPUT front.  I hope others interested in the development of Rourkela will join http://www.rourkelacity.com and actively help in the efforts being organized there.

This can also serve as a guide to people from other areas on how to organize themselves and help and watchout for the development of areas of their interest.

3 comments July 30th, 2011

ESI Corporation is eying the private colleges to increase its IPs (insured persons); that may be the reason it instists that its medical college in Odisha be in the Bhubaneswar area

Following is from the page http://esic.nic.in/coverage.htm.

Applicability
Under Section 2(12) The Act is applicable to the factories employing 10 or more persons irrespective of whether power is used in the process of manufacturing or not.

Under Section 1(5) of the Act, the Scheme has been extended to shops, hotels, restaurants, cinemas including preview theatre, road motor transport undertakings and newspaper establishment employing 20 or more persons.

Further, u/s 1(5) of the Act, the Scheme has been extended to Private Medical and Educational Institutions employing 20 or more persons in certain States .

Following is from a report in Times of India.

All educational institutions, including public, private, aided or those run by individuals, trusts and societies, and employing 20 or more persons should pay Employees State Insurance (ESI) premium for their employees, the Madras high court has ruled.

Justice K Chandru, dismissing a batch of writ petitions against the legality of a notification issued by the labour department of the Union territory of Puducherry, said: "Any establishment can be validly notified by the appropriate government to be covered by the provisions of the ESI Act."

The writ petitions were filed after the lieutenant-governor of the Union territory of Puducherry issued a notification mandating that educational institutions including public, private, aided or partially aided employees, run by individuals, trusts and societies, would be covered by the ESI Act if they employed 20 or more persons in their organisations on any day of the preceding 12 months.

Consequently, ESI sent notices to the organisations and directed them to cover their employees under the act. The ESI also followed it up with show-cause notices, and later sent prosecution notices threatening to levy damages under Section 85-B of the ESI Act. While some of the institutions paid up the amount, many of them filed writ petitions noting that the territorial administration lacked the legislative sanction to issue the notification as the Centre also could come out with such notifications.

It seems at this time Odisha government has not required private medical and education institutions be covered by ESI.  But perhaps ESI would like that and therefore it is trying to put up its medical college in Bhubaneswar, where 60-70% of the state’s private colleges (engineering, management, etc.) are.

The following ad came in today’s Dharitri.

Add comment July 20th, 2011

JSPL plans a medical college and a power training college in Angul

Following is from a report in Pioneer.

Jindal Steel and Power Limited( JSPL) would set up a medical college and power training college along with one vocational college in Odisha, said vice president and Managing Director of the JSPL Naveen Jindal.

Jindal who made a courtesy call on Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik … At the same time, we want to be the partner in the development process and the progress of the State”, he said.

He informed that JSPL had plans to invest a whopping Rs.1.20 lakh crore in the State. Giving details of JSPLs investment proposals, he said that at the moment, a 6 MTPA steel plant was under construction and the plant would be upgraded to a mega steel cluster with the record steel production capacity of 20 MTPA , a first of its venture.in the world.

He said the construction of the proposed Angul integrated steel project with a captive power plant is progressing with a faster pace and would start production by August, 2011.

The captive power plant has already been commissioned, he said.

He reiterated that JSPL would set up its coal to liquid project at Angul, first of its kind in the country for which the Central Government has already given green signal with according coal block.

He said that his company proposed to put up a mega industrial park where, small industries would set up their units . The project would provide employment to around 25,000 people majority of whom would be locals, he said.

He has a pat for the local people of Angul and the State Government for extending cooperation in putting up the industrial projects.

He said as part of the corporate social responsibility, JSPL has taken steps to provide adequate compensation to the land losers and is taking steps to the capacity building of the local youth through training to increase their employability skills. To cater to the local needs, he said the company has decided to set up a vocational college and first power training college at Angul.

Besides, he said., JSPL has decided to put up a medical college and hospital at Angul along with a school to provide quality education.  …

Earlier MCL had announced a medical college in Talcher. So now there will be two medical  colleges in the Angul-Talcher area.

2 comments May 25th, 2011

Seat availability to study medicine, dentistry and pharmacy in Odisha via Odisha JEE 2011

The following is extracted from the Odisha JEE 2011 brochure. Thanks to a post in rourkelacity.com for the pointer.

Note that in addition medicine and dentistry seats are also available at KIMS (part of KIIT) and IMS (part of SOA) Bhubaneswar.

Add comment May 9th, 2011

Dr. RN Kabat joins as the Promoter-Director of the Mahanadi Medical Education Trust

Following is from Orissadiary.com.

Dr RN Kabat joined as the Promoter-Director of the Mahanadi Medical Education Trust, which has been set up to establish a medical college here and run ensure its smooth functioning.

Dr Kabat worked as the chief of medical services in three subsidiaries of the Coal India, Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd, Eastern Coalfields Ltd and Central Coalfields Ltd before retirement.
During his tenure at the MCL, he oversaw the setting up of the 250-bed Netaji Subash Central Hospital and the Nursing College at Talcher.

A surgeon of repute, Dr Kabat brings with him his vast experience in managing multi-functional hospitals.

With his appointment, the MCL hopes to set up the proposed medical college at the earliest.

The responsibility of this position is described in this ad. Following are some excerpts.

1. Candidate will act as a Promoter Director of Mahanadi Medical Education Trust having broadly to carry out the following activities.

2. To convene the meeting of Mahanadi Medical Education Trust as well as liaisoning with State / Central Govt. Agencies / Medical Council of India / University Authorities relating to establishment of a new Medical College.

3. To obtain Essentiality / No Objection Certificate from the State / Central Govt. / any other Authority as required

4. Take initiative in planning & designing the Institute infrastructure through appropriate agencies and its approval from the Competent Authority.

5. Preparation of Annual Budget and presentation before the Trust / Board

6. Take initiative for Manpower Planning

7. Construction of infrastructure of the Institute

5 comments April 20th, 2011

Expression of interest for survey, design & estimate for Mahanadi Institute of Medical Science & Research in Talcher

Following is from http://mcl.gov.in/Expression_of_interest_for_survey.pdf. I do not know when it was posted.


Expression of interest for survey, design & estimate for Mahanadi Institute of Medical Science & Research along with 500 bedded Super Specialist Hospital, Boys & Girls hostel separately for 100 intake each year, hostel for internship students, nurses training school-cum-hostel, staff nurse hostel, residential complex for executives and non-executives of different grade

Mahanadi Medical Education trust is going to setup a Medical College along with 500 bedded Hospital and necessary hostel, residential complex on a vacant land of 60 Acres (Approx) (Financial by MCL), in Talcher, dist Angul, Orissa. The Promoter Director Mahanadi Medical Education Trust, Talcher (Orrisa) invites expression of interest from experienced organization / Designer / Planners for survey, design and estimate for Mahanadi Institute of Medical Science & Research along with 500 bedded Super Specialist Hospital, Boys and Girls Hostel separately for 100 intake each year, Hostel for Internship Students, Nurses Training School-cum-Hostel, Staff Nurse Hostel, residential complex for executives and non-executives of different grade as per IMC norms.

THE SCOPE OF WORK AS FOLLOWS :

(1) Survey of the – Proposed construction site of Mahanadi Institute of Medical Science and Research and preparation of layout plan landscaping etc.

(2) Detail design, drawing and estimate for construction of Medical College along with 500 bedded Super Specialist Hospital.

(3) Detail design, drawing, estimate for boys and girls hostel separately.

(4) Detail design, drawing and estimate for internship student’s hostel.

(5) Detail design, drawing and estimate for Nurses training school-cum-hostel.

(6) Detail design, drawing and estimate for Staff nurse hostel.

(7) Detail design, drawing and estimate for residential complex.

(8) Entire development of the area including road, sewerage line, electrification, street lighting etc.

(9) Hospital and college should be centrally air conditioned.

The firm will prepare detail design, drawing and estimate for the above and carry out the above activities in line with MCI norms.

The firm will prepare and submit the tender documents for award of contracts. The firm will be responsible for periodical supervision of the site during execution. The supervision should be made minimum once in a month.

The applicant should apply along with the flowing relevant supporting documents latest by 3 weeks from the date of publication:

(a) Company’s profile, Organizational set-up and details of technical personal should be specified.

(b) Details of experience for designing such a Medical College and Hospital.

Interested firms may like to quote their rates for each activity separately.

Any clarification in this regard can be sought in person or over phone from the office of Promoter Director, Mahanadi Medical Education Trust, Talcher (Orrisa).

The management reserves the right to accept or reject any offer without assigning any reason what to ever.

Promoter Director Mahanadi Medical Education Trust

Expression of interest for survey, design & estimate for Mahanadi Institute of Medical Science & Research along with 500 bedded Super Specialist Hospital, Boys & Girls hostel separately for 100 intake each year, hostel for internship students, nurses training school-cum-hostel, staff nurse hostel, residential complex for executives and non-executives of different grade

Mahanadi Medical Education trust is going to setup a Medical College along with 500 bedded Hospital and necessary hostel, residential complex on a vacant land of 60 Acres (Approx) (Financial by MCL), in Talcher, dist Angul, Orissa. The Promoter Director Mahanadi Medical Education Trust, Talcher (Orrisa) invites expression of interest from experienced organization / Designer / Planners for survey, design and estimate for Mahanadi Institute of Medical Science & Research along with 500 bedded Super Specialist Hospital, Boys and Girls Hostel separately for 100 intake each year, Hostel for Internship Students, Nurses Training School-cum-Hostel, Staff Nurse Hostel, residential complex for executives and non-executives of different grade as per IMC norms.. The last date of submission of interest is 3 weeks from the date of publication of the notice.

For further details regarding Scope of Work and other conditions please visit our website www.mahanadicoal.nic.in or www.tenders.gov.in

Promoter Director Mahanadi Medical Education Trust

2 comments April 2nd, 2011

12 years since initial work started; Balangir medical college project has very little progress

Following is from an article in Times of India.

Twelve years down the line since its establishment, the foundation structure of Balangir Medical College looks like an abandoned cemetery overridden with bushes and weeds. It was erected, if officials are to be believed, at a cost of Rs 27 lakh. The medical college was proposed by the Western Orissa Development Council (WODC) and was mooted in 1999 by the then chairman of the council, Narasingh Mishra. With WODC investing the money to establish the college, it was supposed to be owned by the government.

But work on the structure came to a halt in the year 2000 when Naveen Pattnaik came to power. …

"If at all the Balangir medical college is set up, it should be a government-owned college and not a private college because the poor people in this region can’t afford the health services to be offered by a private party," said Mishra. He further said he recently had a discussion with the Union minister of health, Vilasrao Deshmukh, who promised to take necessary steps to see that medical college is set up in Balangir soon.

… Interestingly, the WODC last year had signed an MoU with Pondicherry-based Balaji Trust to take up the project, but the work didn’t progress. This is the third time the state government has signed an MoU for Balangir Medical College. Earlier, it had entered into an agreement with Hyderabad-based GSL Trust and Gaziabad-based Jassore Dental, Medical Education Health Foundation. After delay in the start of work, the MoU was cancelled and RVS Educational Trust was selected as the private sponsor. The trust expressed its inability to execute the project on February 17, 2010.

The earlier two agencies were reluctant to start the project citing non-cooperation by the WODC. Later, the new chairman, however, promised that the college would have 50 per cent management seats and 50 per cent government seats, with a certain percentage reserved for local students. However, he couldn’t explain why the progress was so slow and why it was being entrusted to a private party.

"At present, there is no one expressing interest in constructing the medical college. Its status remains in a state of embargo and no further decision in this regard has been taken," said Niranjan Panda, present WODC chairman.

2 comments March 25th, 2011

PIB: ESI Hospitals and medical colleges that have been sanctioned

Following is from PIB dated 16th March 2011.

The ESI Corporation has laid down norms for setting up of ESI hospitals. The ESI hospitals are sanctioned based on the request of the State Government and taking into consideration the requirement and norms laid down by the ESI Corporation. The ESI Corporation does not receive any budgetary support and, therefore, does not follow the Five Year Plan targets. It sets its own targets. The details of the ESI hospitals, as approved by the ESI Corporation, under construction are as under:

1. Baddi, Himachal Pradesh

2. Bhiwadi, Rajasthan

3. Manesar, Haryana

4. Peenya, Karnataka

5. Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu

6. Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh

Hospitals sanctioned and proposed to be set up, as approved by the ESI Corporation, are as under:

1. Haridwar, Uttrakhand

2. Udham Singh Nagar, Uttrakhand

3. Ankleshwar, Gujarat

4. Udaipur, Rajasthan

5. Tirupur, Tamil Nadu

6. Lalru, SAS Nagar, Punjab

7. Angul, Orissa

8. Duburi, Jajpur District Orissa

9. Bhilai, Chhattisgarh

10. Korba, Chhattisgarh

Details of Medical Education Projects sanctioned (State-wise) are given as under:

 

  Sl.

No.

State

Institutions

 

 

 

PGIMSR

Medical

College

Dental

College

Nursing

College

Para-Medical

Training

Institute

 1.

Andhra Pradesh

Hyderabad

Hyderabad

Hyderabad

 2.

Bihar

 

Patna

(Green Field

Project)

 3.

Gujarat

Ahmedabad

Naroda

Naroda

 4.

Haryana

Faridabad

 5.

Himachal

Pradesh

Mandi

(Green Field

Project)

 

 6.

 

 

Karnataka

Rajaji Nagar,

Bangalore

Bangalore

Gulbarga

(Green Field

Project)

Bangalore

 

Gulbarga

(Green Field

Project)

Indira Nagar,

Bangalore

Gulbarga

(Green Field

Project)

Gulbarga

(Green Field

Project)

                 

 7.

Kerala

Kollam

Kollam

 

 

 8.     

 

Maharashtra

Mulund

Mulund

Navi Mumbai

Andheri (E),

Mumbai

Parel, Mumbai

 9.

Madhya

Pradesh

  Indore

  Indore

10.

New Delhi

Basaidarapur

Basaidarapur

Rohini

11.

Orissa

Bhubaneswar

12.

Punjab

Ludhiana

(Green Field

Project)

13.

Rajasthan

Alwar

 

14.

 

Tamil Nadu

K.K. Nagar,

Chennai

Chennai

Ayanavaram,

Chennai

Coimbatore

15.

Uttar Pradesh

Kanpur

16.

Uttarakhand

Haridwar

(Green Field

Project)

                   

17.

 

West Bengal

Joka, Kolkata

Kolkata

Kolkata

Manicktala,

Kolakata

Baltikuri

               

 

At present, no project has been implemented under Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode.

This information was given by Shri Mallikarjun Kharge, Minister for Labour and Employment in a written reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha today.

YSK: PM

Add comment March 17th, 2011

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