UIT Engineering College building dedicated

Bhopal: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that both engineers and scientists are necessary for the progress of the country. Orders were given to shut down the engineering college established approximately eight years ago under Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya in the tribal-dominated area Jhabua, in the year 2019. After becoming the Chief Minister again in the year 2020, this matter was brought to my notice and I instructed to restart the college. Today, more than 500 students will get the benefit of the newly constructed college building in an area of about 36 acres.

CM Chouhan was addressing the dedication programme of the newly constructed UIT Engineering College building worth Rs 34 crore 65 lakh in Jhabua on Saturday.

Life values will be taught with engineering

CM Chouhan said that along with the study of various branches of engineering, the subjects of community engagement, happiness and life values will also be taught to the students in the Engineering College of Jhabua. Students from rural areas also have capabilities, they should get every opportunity to study.

The newly constructed huge campus of the college has been built on 14.44 hectares of land (about 36 acres) in Gadwada village of Jhabua district at a cost of about Rs 34 crore 65 lakhs. Administrative/academic building and two hostels of 108 seats each for boys/girls separately have been built in the college campus.

The campus also has an Auditorium, Workshop, Girls Common Room, Computer Room, Library, Faculty Room, HOD Room, Lab, Dining Hall, Kitchen, T.V. room, Carrom room etc. In addition to the two currently operational branches, Civil Engineering and Electrical / Electronic Engineering branches will also start from the coming session.

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