Community Works by New NTPC Plant

Published: 08th July 2015 03:51 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th July 2015 03:51 AM   |  A+A-


VISAKHAPATNAM : As part of community development activities (CDA) in the neighbourhood of its new project of NTPC with the involvement of local authorities and stakeholders, certain essential works have been identified in the nearby areas of Atchutapuram and Rambilli mandals. The NTPC has voluntarily taken up the responsibility of these identified community development works and for execution of these works, a fund of `1,59,63,000 had been arranged by way of DDs and handed over to district collector N Yuvaraj Tuesday. The NTPC is setting up its new thermal power project with an installed capacity of 4x1000 mw in Atchutapurm and Rambilli mandal in the  district.

The collector appreciated the initiative of the NTPC for the development of community and congratulated NTPC group general  manager PS Radhakrishnan and additional general manager (HR) KS Sarma.

The fund would be utilised for the community development activities, including RO plant, drinking water system and furniture at ZPH School,  Lalamkoduru, providing CC roads in SC Colony, Ramachandrapuram, Pedayathapalem, providing internal CC roads in Lalamkoduru, providing  compound wall with a shed and one bore-well in burial ground in Lalamkoduru, providing compound wall, CC road to ZPH School, Lalamkoduru.

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