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Old September 18th, 2011, 08:41 AM   #201
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a new IT Park in Panchkula designed by RSP Architects for Ananthraj Developers:







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Old September 19th, 2011, 12:50 AM   #202
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Old September 20th, 2011, 02:07 AM   #203
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walk through video of Omaxe's Global Business Park in Mullanpur:



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Old September 20th, 2011, 08:48 AM   #204
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Nice updates IU
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Old September 20th, 2011, 09:25 PM   #205
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nice updates IU!

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The software exports from the Chandigarh capital region (comprising Chandigarh, Panchkula, Mohali) touched Rs 1565.33 crore in 2010-11, registering a growth of about 31 per cent over the previous financial year. The total exports from region in 2009-10 was to the tune of Rs 1196.58 crore.

Out of the total exports in 2010-11, exports amounting to Rs 852.33 crore was registered by units that are registered with the Software Technology Parks of India (STPI), while the units in the SEZ recorded the figure as Rs 713 crore. This year, more than 10 new software companies registered with the STPI commenced operation from the region.

Infosys Ltd, Dell Internation Services (P) Ltd, IDS Infotech Ltd, Nvish Solutions (P) Ltd and Emerson Design Engineering Centre are the top five companies that performed well in terms of exports.

The region has attracted many new startups. Also, the number of IT/ITES units increased from 145 in 2002-03 to 242 in 2010-11. Further, STPI had earlier stated that the growth in this region had been fuelled largely by the growth of small and medium enterprises.

“In 2010-11,” STPI joint director and centre head (Mohali) Ajay P Sirvastava said that not less than 10 new small and medium IT enterprises registered with its started operation. They included IBM Daksh Business Process Services Ltd, Dot Technologies, Credentia Business Process (P) Ltd, Ovirtue INC, Communox Collasist (P) Ltd, he told Business Standard.

The units are registered with STPI and occupy the top three positions in terms of exports in 2010-11: Infosys Technologies Ltd (from Chandigarh), Dell International Services (I) Pvt Ltd (from Punjab) and IDS Infotech Ltd.

Overall, in 2009-10, the software exports from Chandigarh region was to the tune of Rs 1196.58 crore (including exports from SEZ). Whereas in 2008-09, the software exports from STPI units was to the tune of Rs 731.85 crore and exports from SEZ was Rs 318.08 crore.

Also, in order to facilitate the IT companies registered with it, STPI is setting up a new office in Mohali (Punjab) with an investment of Rs 40 crore. Spread over 1 lakh square feet, the office will have centres for data and incubation along with an administrative office. The proposed facility, spread over 60,000 square feet, is likely to be completed in two years.
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Old September 22nd, 2011, 04:44 AM   #206
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Cheers. There's a lot of construction going on in the tri-city region that hasn't been highlighted on SSC. Mohali is swiftly expanding westward and absorbing villages along the way.

Here are the sites of some new residential projects under construction:



1. TDI City by TDI Group - Website
Sector 110,111

2. Uniworld City by Unitech Group - Website
Sector 97

3. & 4. Mohali Hills by Emaar MGF - Website
Sectors 109,108 & 105

5. Pearl City by Pearl Infra - Website
Sector 100

6. Ireo Rise by Ireo Group - Website
Sector 98 & 99

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Old September 22nd, 2011, 05:11 AM   #207
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Mohali 2031 masterplan created by Jurong (Singapore) on PUDA's website:

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Old September 22nd, 2011, 05:51 PM   #208
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Is Mullanpur adjacent to Chandigarh and Mohali?
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Old September 22nd, 2011, 10:08 PM   #209
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^Yup. It is connected to Mohali via Peripheral Road#4 (PR4). Here is the masterplan for Mullanpur:

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Old September 22nd, 2011, 10:17 PM   #210
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Thanks, are they any advantages/disadvantages that one can think of in Mullanpur vs Mohali or other surrounding areas?
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Old September 22nd, 2011, 10:47 PM   #211
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Mohali is an extension of Chandigarh and has a well established social infrastructure - schools, malls, hospitals, recreational areas. It's also closer to the airport. Infact the new international terminal is coming up in Mohali.

Mullanpur is an upcoming town but pretty much consists of villages + agricultural fields right now. I've only come across 2 residential projects - one by DLF and another by Omaxe. Omaxe's Global Business Park (see the video a couple of posts above) is also going to be constructed there. It'll be a while before it becomes a self sustaining town like Mohali or Panchkula.
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Old September 23rd, 2011, 09:24 AM   #212
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Mullapur is touted as "New Chandigarh" by Punjab govt. It is behind PGI, north of chandigarh. Most of IAS/senior officers and politicians have bought land there and it will be on metro radar.
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Old October 1st, 2011, 04:22 AM   #213
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Bestech Square, Sector 66, Mohali -> Mall + Hotel + Office Space + Residential
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Old October 17th, 2011, 06:11 AM   #214
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Mohali Junction, Sector 57 - ISBT, 10 screen multiplex, retail, office and hospitality
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Old October 29th, 2011, 08:29 PM   #215
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Late news

GMADA finally set to launch Mullanpur urban estate Phase 1 on September 21, 2011

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GMADA is finally all set to launch the Mullanpur Urban Estate Phase I. The Scheme will Open on September 21 and end on October 21. The draw of lots would be held on November 30. The urban estate would be called as Ecocity.

Here are a few key points in the scheme:
Eco city, mullanpur is just 7 kms from PGI chandigarh.
95% of the payment has to be made within the first three months of allotment and the rest 5% will be paid at the time of possession.The six biyearly installment plan has been reinstated again.
The scheme offers 740 plots out of which 41% will go to reserved categories. The plots would range from 100 to 500 sq yards.
The scheme is open only to bonafide residents of punjab and chandigarh. The allottees will need to give atleast 3 proofs of their residence in punjab/chandigarh for last five years. However, Tentatively you dont need to provide residence proof at the time of application.
Successful applicants of sector 76 to 80 and Aerocity allotments are not eligible.
The allotment price would vary from 15,000 to 19,000 per sq yard. The bigger the plot, more the money that one would need to shell out.
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Old November 21st, 2011, 03:11 PM   #216
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New buses to strengthen road transport

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With a view to encourage city commuters to use more public transport, UT is all set to buy 86 red and green coloured buses. These buses that will be deployed on the local routes and would be replacing old buses, would ensure commuters a comfortable and prompt service. With the starting of these buses, it would also be ensured that waiting time is reduced.

The new buses are being introduced to improve road transport in view of the upcoming metro rail project which would require a prompt and sustainable bus service providing connectivity to the metro stations.

Talking to TOI, director of Chandigarh Transport Undertaking, Sunil Bhandari said, "We have prepared a proposal to buy 86 attractive red and green coloured buses which has been sent to the UT administrator. With the addition of these new buses, we would be phasing out our old buses and ensure a safe and enjoyable service to commuters."

The earlier lot of colourful buses that were added to the city bus fleet, had led to the number of passengers going up considerably, as these had caught the fancy of people, especially the college-going crowd.

"Moreover, we have to strengthen road transport before the ambitious metro rail project takes off. We are shortly going to start a public campaign to propagate the use of public transport to decrease the volume of traffic on city roads," said a CTU official.
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Thanks for sharing nice information..I have been looking information on the best tourist places..This discussion has solve my concern to a great extent...
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Old December 10th, 2011, 06:38 PM   #218
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With MIT Sloan, Munjals will set up manufacturing institute

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Sloan School of Management will set up the Munjal Global Manufacturing Institute at the upcoming campus of the Indian School of Business (ISB) at Mohali, Punjab.

The development is part of the initiatives of the Munjals, the promoters of Hero Group, to introduce cutting-edge research and management practices in the manufacturing sector.

Charles Fine, a co-director of MIT Sloan’s international motor vehicle programme, is associated with the programme at the Munjal institute.

“One of the unique features of the institute is going to be a focus on research in manufacturing. In fact, there is no institute in India today which looks at manufacturing with a thorough perspective,” said SK Munjal, joint managing director of Hero MotoCorp.

The ISB has been working on setting up a new campus at Mohali with four specialisations — healthcare management, infrastructure management, public policy and manufacturing — with the association of the Bharti, Max, PunjLloyd and Hero groups.

The campus is expected to cost about Rs200 crore with the four sponsors sharing the cost equally.


The Hero group has taken the responsibility of setting up an institute focusing on manufacturing. “Currently, the contribution of manufacturing to the GDP is lower than that of services. There is a need to change the current mix of economy in terms of services versus manufacturing. As we become more global, there is a need to be more globally competitive,” said Munjal.

The institute will start taking in students from April 2012. However, these would be lateral entries rather than freshers.

According to Munjal, it makes more sense to train those with 3-5 year experience in the best practices in the sector than focus on freshers.

The business school of MIT would support the Munjal Institute by providing faculty support and curriculum design in the area of manufacturing, offer joint executive education programmes and facilitate joint action learning projects for management students.
This is over and above the association the ISB has with the Wharton School, Kellogg School of Management and London Business Schoo
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UT has big plans for next 5 years

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Introduction of the Metro, new bus stands, additional hospitals, schools, stress on heritage conservation and construction of eight underpasses are some of the proposals that the city can look forward to in the next five years. The UT Administration finalised its proposals that would form part of the 12th Five-Year Plan.

The 12th Five-Year Plan for 2012-17 has been proposed at Rs 5530.79 crore and the Annual Plan for 2012-13 at 750.70 crore. A variety of proposals have been mooted for different departments.

While provisions would be made for the continuation of ongoing proposals, a few new ones are likely to see the light of the day. The proposals would be sent to the Centre for approval.

The 11th Five-Year Plan (2007-12) had been approved for Rs 2,132 crore and after the revised increase in outlays, the plan size had touched Rs 2380 crore. The UT Administration has demanded almost double that amount for the 12th Five-Year Plan.

Education

Additional hostels for women would be constructed in the city colleges including GCG-11, GC-11, GCG-42, CCET, etc. As many as 18 new school buildings would be constructed in southern sectors and periphery. Vidya Sadan would be constructed. The Rastrya Madyamik Shikshya Abhiyan would be implemented. Technical Education Quality Improvement Project Phase-II would be implemented. Right to Education Protection Authority (REPA) under the RTE Act would be constituted. Providing free uniforms, reimbursement of expenditure of private schools under RTE, introduction of additional vocational sections as well as upgradation of facilities in schools and colleges is on the agenda.

Health

The Administration has proposed upgradation of a health centre in Sector 22 and CMC Manimajra into 100 bedded hospitals. The polyclinic in Burail would be upgraded to 50 bedded hospital. Facilities would be provided to rural health centres and those at Government Multispeciality Hospital, Sector 16 would be strengthened.

Transport

There would be introduction of Metro Rail, new buses and light rail transit to strengthen public transport. A multilevel parking lot would be constructed at ISBT Sector 43. Four new bus stands would be created near PGI, Manimajra, Dadumajra and Sector 31. As many as 208 buses would be replaced. The existing bus stands would be upgraded. Link roads would be widened.

Heritage Conservation

Provisions have been made for completion of the unfinished projects in the original plan of the city. Chandigarh Heritage Conservation Committee would be constituted. Green Code would be implemented in Chandigarh.

Municipal Corporation

Funds would be allocated to the MC for upgradation of water supply, development of roads, strengthening sewerage and storm water drainage system, streetlights, etc.

Social Security

A new senior citizen’s home would be set up in Sector 34. Implementation of the New Pension Scheme, construction of creches and anganwaris would be done. Provisions would be made for the ongoing schemes like supplementary nutrition programme, welfare of handicapped, etc.

Other Projects

Implementation of the Model Solar City Programme and restructuring of the power distribution network would be done. A new Secretariat building would be made. Provisions have been made for completion of the Slum Rehabilitation scheme, building auditorium at Beant Singh Memorial Trust and Kala Bhawan. As many as eight underpasses would be built near Transport Chowk, Piccadlly Chowk, ISBT-17, Kisan Bhawan, Cricket Stadium and Matka Chowk among others.
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Old March 13th, 2012, 05:34 AM   #220
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2 projects in sector 17 -

Multi-level parking set to roll out
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CHANDIGARH: All the drawings of the much awaited multi-level parking lot in Sector 17, which will be able to accommodate 950 to 1,000 four wheelers at a time, have been cleared by the architecture wing of the UT administration.

The two-wheelers will be parked on the surface, while the rest of the three basements would be for four- wheelers. After clearance from the UT architecture wing, the civic body has started preparing the financial estimate of the project, which would be placed before the house during its meeting later this month.

With a view not to interfere with the look of Sector 17, instead of constructing floors on its surface, the multi-level parking lot will have three basement floors and a surface level for parking vehicles.
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Giving details, an official of the engineering wing of the MC said that they have started preparing the financial estimate of the project which would be between Rs 40 to Rs 50 crore and it would be placed before the house during its upcoming monthly meeting for approval, so that work can start in the coming two months.

The project is coming up near Gurdev studio in Sector 17, situated opposite the Reserve Bank of India building.

Pedestrian underpass to lessen chaos in Sector 17

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CHANDIGARH: In a bid to make Sector 17 a vehicle-free zone, the heart of the city will have an underpass near Neelam Cinema as part of the plan. The architect wing of the UT administration in its proposed plan has finalized a subway which will come up near Neelam Theatre and connect it with the area near Football stadium.

As per the proposed plan to make the entire sector pedestrian friendly, one bridge is already existing and other one has been planned on the road stretch connecting KC theatre with Taj Chandigarh and road leading directly from circus ground to MC was the only road, which need either a subway or an overbridge where people could cross that road.

"The proposed underpass in Sector 17 will be constructed in such a manner that pedestrians can easily cross the road and go to the other. The planning of the project is yet to be done by the authorities," said an official, declining to be named.
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