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Old 04-Aug-2009
Rs.146.75 crore for two medical institution

Chandigarh August 4:

The building wing of PWD B & R would be implementing infrastructure project for which funding has been provided by State as well as Centre assistance so the department has been assured the most prestigious task of the construction of two medical institutions at Faridkot and Amritsar at the cost of Rs.146.75 crore.

This was disclosed by Mr. Parminder Singh Dhindsa, PWD (B & R) Minister Punjab here today while giving details he said that Rs.75.39 crore had been approved for the construction Government Medical College and associated hospital at Amritsar. Similarly Rs.71.36 crore have been also approved for the construction of buildings of Guru Gobind Singh Medical College, Senate Campus and Academic Campus at Baba Farid University of the Health Sciences at Faridkot. All these works are in progress.

Mr. Dhindsa further added that State Government had also approved the construction of four venterinary polyclinics under NABARD ASSISTED PROJECT at Fategarh Sahib, Kapurthala, Jalandhar and SAS Nagar Mohali. Besides this 19 Tehsil level Veterinary Hospitals were also to be constructed under NABARD ASSISTED PROJECT at Nawan Shahar, Nabha, Sunam, Batala, Mukerian, Bhagwara, Phillaur, Barnala, Jagraon, Samrala, Budlada and Rampura Phul. The concerned field officers have been asked to take up the works after completion of necessary formalities.

Five projects with the cost of Rs.16.13 crore have been sanctioned at Anandpur Sahib and Talwandi Saboo, where two secondary schools, one Bus stand, one toilet block and one ITI are under progressive stage, said the minister.

Old 05-Aug-2009
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Old 08-Aug-2009
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Saade patiala medical clg nu w kuch de deoo

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