Chandigarh, Jan 14 (UNI) The Haryana Government has incurred a sum of Rs 52.85 crore for the construction of head office building of various departments, boards and corporations at Panchkula during the year 2007.
Disclosing this here today Deputy Chief Minister Chander Mohan said that the main aim of constructing these buildings of various departments at Panchkula was to provide congenial working environment to the employees and enhancing their efficiency.
While referring to the details of the construction works being carried out at Panchkula, the Deputy Chief Minister said that in Sector-4, a building of Technical Education Department was being constructed at a cost of Rs 3.13 crore and the work would be completed by July 2008.
Similarly, in Sector 4, an office building of Haryana Public Service Commission was also being constructed at a cost of Rs 3.74 crore, besides a Patwar Training School building was also being constructed at a cost of Rs 80.88 lakh.
He said that the other buildings which were being constructed included construction of Shiksha Sadan, Block B by PWD (B&R) Department at a cost of Rs 10.64 crore and the work of Shiksha Sadan, block C was nearing completion. An office of Haryana State Roads and Bridges Corporation in Sector-14 was also being constructed at a cost of Rs 1.46 crore besides the construction of office buildings of three Sahitya Academies at a cost of Rs 1.97 crore.
The Deputy Chief Minister said that an office building of Haryana Forest Development Corporation was being constructed in Sector-4 at cost of Rs 1.53 crore. Similarly, Haryana State Science and Technology Council building was also being constructed at a cost of Rs 1.48 crore.
He said that the building of Government Girls College, Panchkula had also been constructed in Sector-14 at a cost of Rs 11 crore besides an auditorium in Government College, Panchkula at a cost of Rs 1.47 crore. He said that a sum of Rs 16.40 crore had been incurred in Panchkula district for the repair of roads and construction of bridges.
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