Archive for April, 2013
BHUBANESWAR: The state government has asked Jharsuguda collector to identify 119 acre of land for expansion of the airport there.
In a letter to the district collector, the government last week stated that the land should be identified according to the demand and revised master plan of the Airports Authority of India (AAI) for expansion of Jharsuguda airport, spread over 909.22 acre.
To convert it into a full-fledged airport, the AAI needs additional 275.75 acre. The first phase plan includes acquisition of 119 acre for the purpose, said a senior government officer. Collector of Jharsuguda Niranjan Sahu told TOI that they have already received the letter and efforts are on to identify and acquire the required land. It would include government, private and a patch of forest land, Sahu said, adding that the proposed expansion of the Jharsuguda airport would help in the operations of domestic flights.
The government had earlier made a similar attempt for expansion of Jeypore airstrip. It had sent a letter to Koraput collector to identify 910 acre for developing the airstrip there.
The Kosli language movement is moving ahead! Sambalpur University will send a proposal to Indian govt. for its recognition in the 8th schedule. Today’s Sambad (Sambalpur edition) has published this news item on íts front page: http://wp.me/pFC4h-1ml
Few weeks before Sri Sriballav Panigrahi had met the president of India and requested him to look in to the Kosli language issue
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BHUBANESWAR: The Biju Patnaik University of Technology (BPUT) has started five new PG courses in engineering from the coming academic session.
The M. Tech courses are in power system engineering, mechanical design, biotechnology, VLSI and embedded system and computer science and engineering. There will be 18 seats in each course. These courses will run at the College of Engineering and Technology (CET), Bhubaneswar, till proper infrastructure is developed at the BPUT campus in Rourkela, said minister of employment and technical education and training Pratap Keshari Deb.
“The government has been taking several steps to improve the quality of technical education in the state by bringing reforms in the examination system, following strict guidelines for admission and seat fill-up, recruitment of teachers and opening new courses,” Deb said.