IDA adopts two MYH wards
THE INDORE Development Authority (IDA) has decided to adopt two patient wards of MY Hospital for providing all necessary basic amenities to make them at par with those at private hospitals. A decision to this effect was taken at the IDA Board meeting held here today in which several other decisions were also taken.india Updated: Jan 24, 2006 14:07 IST
THE INDORE Development Authority (IDA) has decided to adopt two patient wards of MY Hospital for providing all necessary basic amenities to make them at par with those at private hospitals. A decision to this effect was taken at the IDA Board meeting held here today in which several other decisions were also taken.
This information was given at a press conference after the Board meeting held at the IDA office, which was addressed by IDA Chairman Madhu Verma and CEO C B Singh. “The IDA will renovate wards 12 and 13 of MY Hospital at an estimated cost of Rs 33 lakh,” Verma said.
As per the IDA plan, the two wards would be furnished to match those of a private hospital. The floors of would be furnished with Morbonite vitrified tiles, walls would be refurnished, necessary furniture would be provided, toilets would be renovated and fluorescent tube lights would also be fitted.
The IDA Board also sanctioned Rs 8.74 lakh for beautifying Roberts Nursing Home, which has completed 100 years of service in the City. The fund will be utilised for constructing internal roads, parking facilities, approach roads, etc, Verma said.
The IDA Board also gave the green signal for constructing a 5-km long road from Bypass to White Church at an estimated cost of Rs 12 crore. It has also decided to install a statue of senior BJP leader Nirbhay Singh Patel at Choithram Mandi Chouraha at an estimated cost of Rs 20 lakh.
The IDA has sanctioned 20,000 sq ft land to the Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) for constructing a government school at Aranya.
The IDA will also construct Sant Ravidas Dwar near Rajkumar Railway Bridge at an estimated cost of Rs 15 lakh.
The IDA Board also approved constitution of a technical cell for giving advise to the IDA for various schemes.
The technical cell members included former GSITS Directors and Head of Civil Engineering Department Dr J P Srivastava and Dr O P Bhatia, former Chief Engineer of Bridge Corporation G M Kripalani and Chartered Engineer Atul Seth. Former Superintendent Engineer of MPEB T S Rajpal was appointed for supervision related to MPSEB.
The IDA Board gave administrative approval for the Ring Road from Bangali Chouraha to Rajiv Gandhi Statue at an estimated cost of Rs 5.5 crore. Verma said that the Board would meet again on January 30 to give its approval on several other issues.