Transit accommodation for doctors and teachers at hill district: PM Goud


Imphal, March 17, 2018 (DIPR): The Manipur Police Housing Corporation Limited (MPHC) will take up construction work of Transit Accommodation for Doctors and Teachers at 19 locations of Hill Districts and Jiribam with an amount of Rs 59.88 crores under One Time Assistance of Central Plan Scheme during 2017-18, said Shri PM Goud, Managing Director, MPHC in today’s DIPR series of press conference at DIPR complex.

Doctors and Teachers of Manipur posted particularly in the remote and far flung areas of Hill districts faced many hardships due to non-availability of proper accommodation. As the road connectivity and communication even from the district HQ to the interior of the hill districts are still in developing stage, their stay at the posting places is a must. In order to utilize their services for the welfare of common people in the health sector and to explore the maximum resource for development of human resources their proper accommodation which is fully secure is highly needed. By providing accommodation facilities at these locations, inconveniences will reduce to the minimum and at the same time their services for the welfare of the public could be extracted at the maximum level, added the MD.

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Right after the inauguration of women market, “Nute Bazar”, Churachandpur  by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi in his 16th March 2018 visit at Imphal, the other ongoing construction women markets of Ukhrul,  Senapati, Tamenglong, Kangpokpi, Jiribam ( except Chandel) are planning to inaugurate within April 2018.

Shri P.M. Goud said that the other important works to be taken up by the Corporation include Development of Eco Tourism Project at Cheirao Ching, Thangmeiband (Rs 13.31 crores), Cave tourism Project at Kangkhui Cave, Ukhrul district (Rs 7.50 crores), Residential complex for Teachers, Doctors and Nurses at 47 locations (Rs 147.96 crores), Infrastructure of Behiang Police Station (Rs 4.50 crores), Infrastructure of five Police station Joujangtek, Tamei, Thangal, Tolloi and Kamjong (Rs 8.65 crores), Infrastructure of four Police Outposts

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(Rs 4.46 crores), Hill (Tribal) Chief Guest House at Palace compound, Imphal East (Rs 7.00 crores), Establishment of Fitness centre at Khurai Konsam Leikai, Imphal East (Rs 3.00 crores), Construction of Chamdil Town Hall at Chandel (Rs 2.37 crores), Improvement of Playfield of Nungsong Khullen village, Ukhrul district (Rs 2.00 crores), Construction of Sub-Division level mini indoor stadium at Chandel (Rs 2.00 crores), Construction of Wangbaren Temple at Anal Khullen, Chandel district, Construction of Heritage Park at Shirui village, Ukhrul district (Rs 5.00 crores), Construction of Indoor Mini stadium at Luwangsangbam (Rs 3.00 crores) and Construction of Maharaja Chandrakirti Memorial park at Chibu, Churachandpur district.

In pertain to the survey equipments of the Corporation, he informed that the Corporation is functioning with computerized to a certain extent with latest software of ‘Auto CAD’ for preparation of drawing in Architectural Division and ‘STAAD Pro’ for Structural designing of buildings which are carried out by qualified Engineers.

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Addl. Chief Engineer Shri S. Romendra Singh and Chief Architect Shri L Bankimchandra Singh also attended today’s the press conference. The series of Press Conference of HoDs will continue till 13th April, 2018.

It may be mentioned that with the objective to take up the construction of Administrative and Housing Units of the Manipur Police Department, the Manipur Police Housing Corporation was established on 26th April 1986. The Corporation charges 11.75% as Agency charge. Out of this 8% has been contributed to the Government as Government Revenue. As approached and deposited, the Corporation is now executing works for other Departments under the State and Central Government.


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