JAMMU, MARCH 14: To expedite the ongoing works and monitor the progress on the ground, Rajesh Kumar Shavan Managing Director JKPCC Ltd. has undertaken a 10 day field tour to inspect the pace of progress on under execution projects in J&K.
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On March 12, 2022, the Managing Director inspected ongoing works at Paramedical staff Quarters at Ramban being executed at an estimated cost of Rs. 1970.5 lacs. The Dy General Manager Doda/Ramban was directed to accelerate the pace of the project and complete the work in a time bound manner. He also inspected construction of Eye Ward at District Hospital Ramban being executed at an estimated cost of Rs 1. crore. On spot instructions were passed to the engineers to shift the HT line coming within the alignment of the work immediately and to accelerate the pace of work.
The Managing Director also inspected the Indoor Stadium complex at Gool being executed at an estimated cost of Rs. 4.82 crore.
He also visited Degree College Banihal being executed at an estimated cost of Rs 18.86 crore. The engineers were asked to complete the Academic Block of the project at the earliest to benefit the students.
On March 13, 2022, the Managing Director visited the Migrant Colony at Vessu (Anantnag) being executed at an estimated cost of Rs. 64.62 crore where he was accompanied by Er. Shaukat Ahmad Dar, General Manager Kashmir and Dy. General Manager concerned Er. Gh. Hussain Dar and other technical staff. The General Manager apprised the Managing Director about the overall status of the project.
On March 14, 2022, he inspected the ongoing project of Red Cross Bhawan at Gowkadal Srinagar being executed at an estimated cost of Rs.4.73 crore. The Managing Director impressed upon the concerned Dy. General Manager to accelerate the pace of work and achieve the timeline set by the Divisional Commissioner Kashmir and the District Administration.
He further enjoined upon the subordinate staff to take extra care to maintain quality works.
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