NTPC Invest To Rs 100 Cr For Medical College Modernisation In Chhattisgarh
National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) Limited would spend Rs 100 crore to revamp Government Medical College in Chhattisgarh's Raigarh locale.
The state-run control maker is thinking of a 4000-Mw overly warm power station in Lara of Raigarh locale. The main unit of 800-Mw had been dispatched while crafted by second unit under the primary period of the undertaking was approaching culmination.
"The cash for the medicinal school redesign venture had been discharged from the resettlement and restoration (R&R) spending plan," NTPC representative said. The sum would be used for creating foundation, hardware and by and large upgradation of the therapeutic school.
The organization had inked an update of comprehension with the Chhattisgarh government. Under the understanding, NTPC would discharge Rs 25 crore as first portion during the current money related year. The Maharatna Power organization has focused on the general advancement of Medical College in Raigarh to reinforce medicinal services offices in the locale, the representative said.
The administration therapeutic school in Raigarh, named after state's veteran Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) pioneer Lakhiram Agrawal, was set up in 2013. In any case, the school needed resources and different offices. The restorative committee of India (MCI) had prior communicated its disappointment over the deficiency of assets in the medicinal school.