Expedite centrally funded works
District Collector S Satyanarayana instructed the officials concerned to expedite the centrally funded pending developmental works. The Collector held a review meeting with the officials on the pending developmental works at the Collectorate here on Saturday.
Kurnool: District Collector S Satyanarayana instructed the officials concerned to expedite the centrally funded pending developmental works. The Collector held a review meeting with the officials on the pending developmental works at the Collectorate here on Saturday.
- Collector asks officials to complete NH 44 works by May end
- Directs RDO to hand over 30 acres of land to IIIT management for institute construction
Speaking on the occasion, Satyanarayana said road works pertaining to National Highway 44 starting from Kurnool to Karnataka border were still pending and directed NH-44 Project Director to complete the road works by the end of May.
Directing the Revenue Divisional Officer (RDO) D Hussain Saheb, the Collector asked to identify 20 acres of land for providing improvised driving track to the Road Transport department. He also ordered the RDO to hand over the 30 acres of land identified for the construction of IIIT to its management.
The Collector advised the Andhra Pradesh State Irrigation Development Corporation (APSIDC) engineers to construct compound wall, lay internal roads and solar system at Government Adarsh Degree College that was constructed at Atmakur with the funds sanctioned under Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA).
Kurnool Medical College Principal GVS Ram Prasad brought to the notice of the Collector that a proposal has been sent to the central government seeking permission for the construction of state-level cancer institute at Kurnool Government General Hospital with a cost of Rs 120 crore. Satyanarayana advised the Railway officials to take steps to rehabilitate the beneficiaries who gave their lands for the construction of Rail Coach Factory.
On the occasion, the Collector ordered the Municipal Commissioner Ravindra Babu to allocate 2 acres of land for sensory park to physically challenged. District Revenue Officer (DRO) Gangadhar Goud, Chief Planning Officer (CPO) Anand Naik, Roads and Buildings (R&B) Superintendent and other officials participated in the meeting.