Co-Vice-Chairman Ramen Deka reviews projects
Dispur, September 13: Ramen Deka, Co-Vice-Chairman of State Innovation and Transformation Aayog (SITA), held a review meeting with concerned institutions of its ongoing projects as well as project proposals today at his office at Janata Bhawan. A detail discussion were held on the projects viz., (a)Samriddhi Poultry which is to be implemented by the Assam Agriculture University(an MoU is yet to be signed), (b) Development of Solar Power Driven Water Treatment Plant to be implemented by Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, (c) Dying Rivers of Assam: A study on degradation of selected rivers and riverine ecosystems in the Brahmaputra Valley for developing a community based action plan for their rejuvenation to be implemented by Aaranyak and (d) Project proposal on Organic Solid Waste Management for Guwahati City to be implemented by Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati. All the concerned institutions had a brief power point presentation of their respective projects to the Co-Vice-Chairman. Shri Ramen Deka, Co-Vice-Chairman is of the opinion that without technology there can be no success. He stressed that all the work carried out should be technically sound and remedial measures should be given the utmost importance in all the projects. Some of the projects like solid waste management which needs quick remedial, he said, will be discussed with concerned authorities to be successfully implemented. In the review meeting, Assam Agriculture University was represented by Dr B.N Bhattacharjee, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati by Professor M.K Purkait, Aaranyak by Partha Jyoti Das and Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati was represented by Prof. Ajay Kalamdhad.