VMC’s Riverfront Office Plan Pending with CMO VIJAYAWADA: The fate of a Vijayawada Municipal Corporation building is now in the hands of the Chief Minister.
The lack of coordination bet Ween VMC officials and the elected representatives has turned into a stumbling block to the movement of a new proposal mooted by the civic body.
VMC’s Riverfront Office Plan Pending with CMO @ Vijayawada News
After the works were stopped by the Chief Minister’s Office, the Vijayawada mayor submitted a fresh proposal to construct the iconic building.
VMC’s Riverfront Office Plan Pending with CMO
He moved a proposal before the government that a building for the WMC Will be built according to international standards and the CRIDA should finalise the designs.
The mayor promised to fulfil every requirement that would be sought by the CRDA to develop the riverfront. The remaining space available in the VMC premises could be utilised for the purpose of developing a tourist project that the state government planned for the riverfront.
This proposal is pending at the CMO. As the Amaravati Developmental Council (ADCI) is working on designs of riverfront development project it is learnt that a decision on the construction of the WMC building is unlikely in near future. As the riverfront development project is being taken up by the government with the intention of making it a major tourist attraction in Vijayawada, senior officials are Opposing the construction of VMC building at that location and made an alternative proposal to shift it to either Gunadala or Ajitsinghnagar.
Mayor Koneru Sridhar said that they are expecting a decision from the ADC in a month.
He hoped that there will not be any problem with the construction of the building at the present site and added that the WMC was open to change the design if needed.
VISAKHAPATNAM: Eight students won the essay-Writing Competition conducted here at Andhra University on Thursday.
8 AU students win competition
The competition Was jointly conducted by the Department of Biotechnology of Andhra University (AU) and Krishna IVF Clinic on “Gene Expression and its Role in Human Fertility“.
8 AU students win competition On Essay Writing
Dev Jyothi Sahu (Microbiology, AU), Kishore Kalerapu (Human Genetics, AU), Mandragutti Teja (Dr LB College), G. Anjini (Biotechnology, AU), S.Pavani (Biotechnology, AU), P Tulasi (Food and Nutrition, AU) and two foreign students Akbar Mutasa (Zimbabwe) and Sruthi Jha (Nepal) were adjudged as the Winners of the competition.
Head of the department of Biotechnology, Prof. B.V. Sandeep and Krishna IVF Clinic director Dr G.A. Rama Raju said that the Winners will be given prizes and they will be invited to participate in the Focus-2016.
The Focus-2016 is a CME programme on assisted reproductive technologies to be organised in Visakhapatnam On December 18.