Still Waiting For Engineering College – The engineering school of youthful dreams has been incomplete for a decade

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Gondola. A Government Engineering College for around 44 billion rupees is being built in the district to provide technical training for young people. The foundation stone for the construction was laid in 2007.
The permit to build the college was revoked due to the change of government. The foundation stone for the engineering college was then laid twice in 2016. The university should start studying in 2018, now the construction of the university building is proceeding.
Construction of the engineering school to be built on the Government Polytechnic campus on the city’s Utraula Road was carried out again in 2016 under the SP government. Construction of the college begins at a cost of Rs 43 crore 83 lakh. The youth dreamed that with the construction of the university in 2018, the youth of the district could receive technical training in their own district.
The government had set a deadline of July 2018. Admission to the university was expected to take place in 2018. But for budget reasons, the construction work has so far stalled.
It was believed that the college would be built later this year, but due to the slow pace of work, it doesn’t seem to be happening. If the construction of the Government Engineering College had been completed on time, a new image of education would have become visible in the district. 240 students are admitted each year and nearly a thousand students have studied in the district so far.
An engineering school is being built on 10 hectares of land on the Government Polytechnic campus on Utraula Road in the city. There will be 240 places in this college. The construction cost was given as Rs 43 crore 83 lakh 84 thousand. The engineering school building is currently under construction and work has stalled for lack of money. The negligence of the work organization in the completion of the construction is severe.
In 2007, the then Technical Education Minister Yogesh Pratap Singh approved the establishment of an engineering school in the district for the first time. Former Minister Yogesh Singh says that he has received approval from Maharaja Devi Bakhsh Singh Information and Technology College and approved a budget of 100 crores.
In addition, there was a 5 percent quota for fixed admission places for the district’s students. The project was canceled due to a change of government. In 2016, too, admission to the university was limited to the engineering college and costs fell. He demanded that the quota be set for the district’s students and that studies should be started soon.
commitment
– The construction of the Government Engineering College is under review. Information on the completion of the construction is made available to the sponsor.
Shashank Tripathi, CDO

Gondola. A Government Engineering College for around 44 billion rupees is being built in the district to provide technical training for young people. The foundation stone for the construction was laid in 2007.

The permit to build the college was revoked due to the change of government. The foundation stone for the engineering college was then laid twice in 2016. The university should start studying in 2018, now the construction of the university building is proceeding.

Construction of the engineering school to be built on the Government Polytechnic campus on the city’s Utraula Road was carried out again in 2016 under the SP government. Construction of the college begins at a cost of Rs 43 crore 83 lakh. The youth dreamed that with the construction of the university in 2018, the youth of the district could receive technical training in their own district.

The government had set a deadline of July 2018. Admission to the university was expected to take place in 2018. But for budget reasons, the construction work has so far stalled.

It was believed that the college would be built later this year, but due to the slow pace of work, it doesn’t seem to be happening. If the construction of the Government Engineering College had been completed on time, a new image of education would have become visible in the district. 240 students are admitted each year and nearly a thousand students have studied in the district so far.

An engineering school is being built on 10 hectares of land on the Government Polytechnic campus on Utraula Road in the city. There will be 240 places in this college. The construction cost was given as Rs 43 crore 83 lakh 84 thousand. The construction of the engineering school has currently been completed and the work has stalled due to a lack of budget. The negligence of the work organization in the completion of the construction is severe.

In 2007, the then Technical Education Minister Yogesh Pratap Singh approved the establishment of an engineering school in the district for the first time. Former Minister Yogesh Singh says that he has received approval from Maharaja Devi Bakhsh Singh Information and Technology College and approved a budget of 100 crores.

In addition, there was a 5 percent quota for fixed admission places for the district’s students. The project was canceled due to a change of government. In 2016, too, admission to the university was limited to the engineering college and costs fell. He demanded that the quota be set for the district’s students and that studies should be started soon.

commitment

– The construction of the Government Engineering College is under review. Information on the completion of the construction is made available to the sponsor.

Shashank Tripathi, CDO

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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