The campus of National Institute of Technology (NIT) will not be removed from Srinagar Garhwal. However, a new campus will be made temporarily on the land of ITI and silk board. This consent was made between central and state government.
On Friday, Chief Minister Trivandrum Singh Rawat met Union Human Resources Minister Prakash Javadekar in New Delhi. The Chief Minister handed over the Report of the Hype Committe Committee on NIT in this regard. In this report, the role of the governing board of NIT (BOG) has been questioned.
Simultaneously, Sumadi has been declared as suitable for the prestigious campus of the institute. The report also objected that despite providing necessary facilities, efforts are also being made to move the campus from Sumadi to another location on the basis of intentional and unscientific reports. This report was discussed in detail in detail between the Chief Minister and the Union Minister.
During this time it was agreed that the campus of NIT Srinagar will not be changed. Also, a new campus will be temporarily built NIT's temporary campus will be made on the land of ITI and silk board.
These facts come out in the Hypepower Committee
According to the report, the state government has transferred 300 acres of encroachment land to the NIT for the construction of the institute in Sumadi. Operation of NIT: The newly constructed building of Directorate of Technical Education, State Polytechnic Srinagar, newly constructed building and hostel, and the State ITI Srinagar are on the land for many years. There NIT has also constructed temporary buildings. In addition, the villagers have also donated 7.611 hectare of land for free. The governing board of NIT did not consider consulting the master plan and design IIT Hyderabad.
All construction work was postponed as well. Not even took the side of the state government No such fact came to light that the selected land could be canceled due to inappropriate. The recommendation made to the ministry on behalf of BOG is baseless. The Geo Technical Survey also did not take any action for six months. Later, a Geo Technical Survey was conducted at the intervention of the government. It was found suitable for the construction of Sumadi's land. It was emphasized in the report that work on road, rail and air connectivity in NIT area is also being speeded up.
Center will give outstanding amount of RTE
During the meeting with Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat, Union Human Resources Minister Prakash Javadekar assured that the outstanding share of the amount of money received under the Right to Education (RTE) for Uttarakhand will be released soon. He gave confidence to the rest of the teachers besides the other BT teachers. He said that the Central Government has passed the bill for specific BTC teachers.