Bhumipuja of three BPUT buildings held at Rourkela

March 5, 2010 at 7:14 pm Leave a comment

Following is a report from The Pioneer:

Bhumipujan for the Advanced Study Centre, Vice-Chancellor’s residence and Faculty House were held on the BPUT campus on the 94th birth anniversary of former Chief Minister Biju Patnaik. Those present on the occasion included Supply Minister Sarada Prasad Nayak as the chief guest, Raghunathpali MLA Subrat Tarai, BPUT VC Jitendra Nath Satpathy, Rourkela ADM Sushil Kumar Das, Rourkela SP Diptesh Pattnaik and Municipality chairperson Rashmibala Mishra as other guests on Thursday.

The Supply Minister thanked Naveen Patnaik for setting up the BPUT at Rourkela despite pressures and lobby to set it up in coastal Odisha. He urged the private technical institutions to be lenient and honest in imparting education to the poor students.

BPUT VC stressed on quality education citing the example of the US pattern of professional education and urged the institutions to be prepared for the challenge.

It would be only possible when quality faculty with good salary and perks are engaged in an institution, the VC observed urging further co-operation from all to make BPUT of an international repute.

Former President APJ Abul Kalam had laid the foundation stone of BPUT main building in 2003 and so far 60 per cent of the work has been completed.

Entry filed under: BPUT Rourkela, Higher Education Zone, Sundargarh-Rourkela-Panposh-Bonai, Universities.

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