NIT-Uttarakhand students to move to permanent campus soon

NIT-Uttarakhand students to move to permanent campus soon
NIT-Uttarakhand students to move to permanent campus soon

NIT-Uttarakhand students to move to permanent campus soon

Union Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' announced the students of NIT-Uttarakhand will soon get a permanent campus.

Union Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' held a meeting with the Minister of Higher Education, Uttarakhand Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat and Member of Parliament, Pauri- Garhwal, Tirath Singh Rawat regarding the permanent campus of National Institute of Technology (N.I.T), Uttarakhand.

After the meeting, Union Minister Pokhriyal informed that the permanent campus of National Institute of Technology (NIT), Uttarakhand will be established in Sumari village in Srinagar, Uttarakhand.

The Minister also informed that the foundation stone of the permanent campus will be laid in the first week of September, this year.

The Minister also informed that out 309 acres of land, 203 acres has been identified for building the permanent campus.

HRD Ministry had in December last year decided to shift around 600 students of NIT-Uttarakhand to the institute's Jaipur campus, following protests by students who were demanding a "safer" premises.

The upcoming session of the N.I.T, Uttarakhand will be started in the temporary campus itself and a high-level committee will be made to transfer students from N.I.T, Jaipur campus.

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