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1 Project Title: “AUGMENTATION AND RENOVATION OF THE HOSPITAL WING OF SREE CHITRA TIRUNAL INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, (SCTIMST), TRIVANDRUM, KERALA”  Science and Technology  Project Title: “AUGMENTATION AND RENOVATION OF THE HOSPITAL WING OF SREE CHITRA TIRUNAL INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY, (SCTIMST), TRIVANDRUM, KERALA” .Budget: Rs. 280 Cr Funding agency: submitted for 60% funding from ministry of health and family welfare through the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY) scheme and 40% from Ministry of Science and Technology, Dept. of Science and Technology, Govt. of India. Duration of project: Total 4 years commencing 2016-2017 (New building construction 3 years, renovation of old building 1 year). SCTIMST is an autonomous Institute of National Importance created by an Act of Parliament in 1980, and is under the administrative control of the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India. It has a unique composition combining a Super Specialty hospital for Cardiac and Neurosciences, a research wing for the development of technologies for biomedical devices and a public health science studies centre. The Institute has indigenously developed the technology of TTK-Chitra heart valve, the blood bag and 36 technologies that have already been transferred to the medical devices industry. The Institute was recently declared as a Technical Research Centre for Biomedical Devices by the DST in line with the principles of the Make in India initiative to promote indigenous medical devices manufacture. The Institute has already initiated R and D work on 20 new technologies to be developed in the next 5 years and this is critically linked to the close interaction between the hospital wing and the R and D wing. The hospital wing of SCTIMST pioneered advanced care in Cardiology, Cardiac Surgery, Neurosurgery and Neurology in Kerala in the 1970s. Large number of patients from all over India and abroad seek its services. The hospital trained hundreds of young physicians and surgeons in the Cardiac and Neurological medical super specialties as well as Cardiac and Neuro-Anesthesia and Radiology who are placed across the nation. The Institute is a refuge for the economically weaker sections of the society as it provides access to state-of-the-art treatment for various cardiac and neurological ailments at concessional rates ranging from 10% to 100% based on the socio-economic status of patients. In 2015, 65% of patients attending the hospital received the benefits of the subsidized treatment. Though the bed strength of the hospital is only 260, in the last year alone, 11,000 patients were admitted for various in-patient treatments and 1,80,000 patients attended the outpatient services. Rapid developments in medical field and related technologies have put great demands on the hospital services. Over the years, the number of patients coming for specialized treatment has increased manifold placing tremendous strain on space and medical facilities. The 30 to 40 year- old buildings have not been renovated or its operation theatres, wards, intensive care units, electrical or air conditioning systems up graded since the initial installations. Development of new subspecialties and creation of new academic courses have created intense space constraints. The lack of infrastructure and medical/surgical facilities has resulted in very long waiting periods ranging from six months to thirty six months for various surgical procedures and one year for its review clinics. If SCTIMST, as a premier institution that provides affordable and cutting edge health care services and conducts research in frontier areas, its hospital needs additional support to upgrade and expand its facilities. Though the necessary land was acquired just adjacent of the hospital wing from the Govt. of Kerala in 2010, lack of funds has delayed the initiation of the project by more than 5 years, resulting in considerable public ire and political pressure on the administration. For the expansion of the hospital wing, the institute needs considerable financial resources from additional sources, besides the DST. The proposal fits into the provisions of the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY) scheme. Under this scheme the Departments of Science and Technology and the Department of Health and Family Welfare are willing to jointly support the augmentation of the existing super specialty hospital and add 170 beds to its existing strength of 260 and provide new outpatient facilities, intensive care units, cardiac catheterization labs and operation theatres. A concerted effort for generating financial support to this proposal will provide access to excellent medical and surgical treatment, to thousands of patients who bank on this hospital for reliable and timely treatment of life threatening or life altering ailments of the heart and brain. 280
2 Tetlia-Byrnihat New Line  Railways   This 21.5 km line has been declared as a National Project. The line will provide rail connectivity to Meghalaya and shall be important step in further extension upto Shillong. 496
4 Budawada approach road  Commerce and Industry-DIPP  Mines & Minerals- Request of M/s The Ramco Cements Ltd (formerly M/s Madras Cements Ltd) to use the land area in the Mining Lease held by M/s RINL as an approach Road by the The Ramco Cements Ltd for transportation of Limestone. 1200
5 Thermal Powertech Corporation India Limited  Power   Thermal Powertech Corporation India Limited is operating a 2X660mw thermal power project in the Nellore Dist of Andhra Pradesh. The Unit 1 and Unit 2 are operational since March 2015 and September 2015 respectively 9500
6 Two laning with paved shoulder of Karauli - Dholpur section in the State of Rajasthan  Road Transport and Highways   Two laning with paved shoulder of Karauli - Dholpur section in the State of Rajasthan, on NH-11B 261
7 2 X 600 MW MAHAN THERMAL POWER PLANT  Power   Essar Power M.P Ltd. is setting up a coal fired pithead Thermal Power Project comprising 2x600 MW (Phase-I) and 1X600 MW (Phase-II) in Singrauli District of Madhya Pradesh. 10880
8 JAMMU-UDHAMPUR-SRINAGAR-BARAMULLA RAIL LINK PROJECT  Railways   To provide an alternative and a reliable transportation to Jammu & Kashmir, this 326 km long rail line was planned. It joins the Kashmir valley by traversing through Jammu, Udhampur, Katra, Quazigund and Baramulla. This is the biggest project being constructed in mountainous terrain since independence. As it passes through the young Himalayas, tectonic thrust and faults, this project is technologically very challenging. It also involves the longest transportation tunnel in India viz. the 11.2 km long Pir Panjal Tunnel. The 54 km Jammu- Udhampur section was commissioned in 2005 and the remaining 272 km portion between Udhampur to Baramulla (272 Km) was declared as National Project. Till now, the 118 km section of Quazigund – Baramulla, the 18 km section of Quazigund - Banihal and the 25 km section of Udhampur – Katra are completed. The work on 111 km Katra - Banihal section that passes through one of the most difficult terrains, both in terms of logistic and geological strata, is undertaken through 3 agencies, viz. Northern Railway (5 km), Konkan Railway (35 km) and IRCON (71 km). This work involves construction of 40 bridges (7 km) and 28 tunnels of 94 km length. 19565
9 BharatNet (National Optical Fibre Network - NOFN)  Communications and Information Technology - Telecom  It is a Central Government programme to provide broadband connectivity to the different Gram Panchayats. 1000
10 Odisha Solar Park Project  New and Renewable Energy  Government of Odisha through its wholly owned PSU (M/s GEDCOL) proposes to develop a solar park with 1,000 MW capacity through PPP mode. 5764
11 NH 111 Kathghoda to Ambikapur Road project  Road Transport and Highways   Construction and Up-gradation of Kathghoda to Ambikapur road NH 111(New NH 130) 5893
12 Ph II extension of MRTS from Velachery to St Thomas Mount  Railways   This is a very important MRTS project for suburban areas of Chennai connecting Puzuthivakkam and Adambakkam 600
13 Madurai- Tuticorin New Line  Railways   Madurai- Tuticorn new line will provide vital connectivity to ports and upcoming power plants in the region. 1500
14 Sambalpur-Talcher Doubling (174.11 km)  Railways   This is an important doubling project in mineral rich area of Odisha. 679.27
15 Bunder Diamond Mining Project  Mines   The Project has received Letter of Intent(LOI) for Diamond Mining in Jan, 2012. Subsequently it obtained approvals for mine plan from Indian Bureau of Mines (IBM) in Aug, 13 and Conditional Environmental Clearance from MoEF in Aug, 2015. The Ground Water clearance has been obtained from CGWA in April 2015. States recommend the forest diversion proposal to MoEFCC in Aug 2015 and wild life management plan was approved by Chief Wild Life Warden, Govt of MP in Feb 2016. The Bunder project is located in the Chhatarpur district in the Bundelkhand region of Madhya Pradesh, a central state of India located 500km south east of New Delhi. It is Rio Tinto first and most advanced diamond mining venture in India. It is operated by Rio Tinto Exploration India Private Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Rio Tinto Group. Up on receiving the Reconnaissance Permit in 2002, exploration started in the area in January 2003, with the diamond-bearing ore discovered in the Bundelkhand region in May 2004. The deposit – the first diamond discovery in the world in more than 50 years – consists of a cluster of seven diamondiferous lamproites (volcanic rock), the largest of which measures 18 hectares. Exploration activities including extensive sampling and drilling has been conducted till the expiry of Prospecting License in Sep, 2011. Once operational the Bunder diamond mine would rank India and Madhya Pradesh amongst the top 10 diamond producing regions in the world in terms of volume and value. 4000
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