Naveen Patnaik, the chief minister of Odisha was present at the platinum jubilee celebrations of Odisha’s Vikramdev Autonomous College, sited in Jeypore on Friday. In this context, it is important to note that the Chief Minister on Thursday stated that Vikramdev College would become an associated university.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister addressed the crowd and revealed plans to build a cutting-edge auditorium on the Vikramdev University campus. The auditorium would have 1,000 seats and be built at an investment of Rs 8 crore, according to the Chief Minister’s (5-T) Secretary VK Pandian. In a statement, the chief minister claimed that education helps us reach our full potential. I have complete faith in young people, and I advise you to read quality literature and maintain social connections. The Chief Minister also encouraged the kids to keep working toward their goals so that they, their families, and the state of Odisha as a whole can achieve their ambitions.
Naveen Patnaik was present at the platinum jubilee celebrations of Odisha’s Vikramdev Autonomous College.
While stating that Koraput has always held a particular place in his heart, Patnaik also made note of the work being done to strengthen the infrastructure in order to help Koraput grow. He cited the Gurpriya bridge as an illustration of the significance of infrastructure in the growth of the Swaviman area today. An estimated Rs 1,596 crore project for Koraput was unveiled by the chief minister. The foundation stone has been laid for projects worth Rs 1,378.40 crore and projects worth Rs 207.80 crore have both been inaugurated thus far. There have been projects for building roads, bridges, drinking water, irrigation, and tourism.
In highlighting the Mission Shakti programme, Patnaik claimed that mothers have performed admirable deeds and elevated the state as a whole. They demonstrated their talent and increased our confidence in them by creating the national flag to celebrate 75 years of independence. Stating He claimed that he wants to see moms succeeding as businesswomen and that efforts are currently being made to transform all Self Help Groups into small and medium companies (SMEs), for which interest-free loans of up to Rs 5 lakh are being made available.
An estimated Rs 1,596 crore project for Koraput was unveiled by the chief minister.
At the same time, he added that as part of the Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojana, Rs 50,000 will be distributed as a loan over the following five years. Biju Swasthya Kalyan Yojna is a programme that provides medical facilities for girls for up to Rs 10 lakh. The district’s 1,235 Mission Shakti organisations received 50 crore rupees in interest-free loans on this occasion. A unique postal cover based on tourism in Koraput was also introduced by the Chief Minister.
The programme was attended by the Minister for Scheduled Tribes and Scheduled Tribes Development, Jagannath Saraka, the Minister for Higher Education, Rohit Pujari, the MLAs for Jaipur and Koraput, Taraprasad Bhagapati and Raghuram Pedal, the Chairperson of the Koraput District Council, Sashmita Melleka, and the Chairperson of the Koraput Special Development Council, Chandrashekhar Majhi Major.