Ujjain: The inauguration of the new women’s ITI building as well as boys’ hostel of the ITI (industrial training institute) was done by minister of home and transport Bhupendra Singh, on Wednesday. The boys’ hostel has been constructed at a cost of Rs 1.17 crore and the construction of women’s ITI building at Rs 4 crore.
During the inauguration, Singh said the construction of an ITI building had made it possible for all students to get good facilities. He said the Prime Minister of the country and the Chief Minister were continuing their efforts to develop the future of the youth in the country. Joint director (skills development) Sunil Chaudhary informed about activities being undertaken for skill development in Ujjain division adding that students from other states were also interested in studying at Ujjain.
During his visit, Singh also performed the bhumi-poojan for the construction work of an entry-gate, community hall and road on Siddhvat, at the cost of about Rs one crore. He said that the development of Ujjain during the Simhastha Fair-2016 was notable and such development had not happened in any other city. The Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh had given a new look to Ujjain with work totaling to Rs 4000 crore. He said the effort to develop the city of Ujjain would continue further and would soon become the best city in terms of cleanliness and beauty.
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