Amit Shah to lay foundation stone of 3 new academic buildings at Pondicherry University on April 24

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Updated on Apr 22, 2022 09:48 IST

The foundation stone of INR 48.66 crores will be laid for the annex buildings to the Department of Physics and Chemistry and a new building for the Department of Food Science and Technology on the main campus of the university.

 

Amit Shah to lay foundation stone of 3 new academic buildings at Pondicherry University on April 24

Union Home Minister Amit Shah will lay the foundation stones for three academic buildings at Pondicherry University on April 24. The foundation stone of INR 48.66 crores will be laid for the annex buildings to the Department of Physics and Chemistry and a new building for the Department of Food Science and Technology on the main campus of the university, the statement mentioned.

The Minister will also visit the University to mark the 150th birth anniversary of philosopher Shri Aurobindo. Chief Minister N Rangasamy, Lieutenant Governor of Puducherry Tamilisai Soundararajan, among other dignitaries will grace the occasion. As per the University, the proposed building of annex for the Department of Physics will be with a built-up area of 2835 square meters at an estimated cost of INR 13.30 crores having G+3 multi-storied building with all state of the art facilities required for academic activities relevant to the field of specialisation of Physics.

The proposed building of Annex for the Department of Chemistry will be with a built-up area of 3,260 square meters at an estimated cost of INR 15.58 crores having G+3 multi-storied building with all state of the art facilities required for academic activities relevant to the field of specialisation of Chemistry.

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Foundation stone will also be laid for the proposed building for the Department of Food Science and Technology in the University-Main Campus with a built-up area of 4909.60 square meters at an estimated cost of INR 19.78 crores having G+3 multi-storied building with all state of the art facilities required for academic activities relevant to the field of specialisation of Food Science and Technology.

The buildings would be Persons with Disabilities (PwD) compliant and user-friendly for disabled persons, it read.

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