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Old February 5th, 2015, 07:22 PM   #61
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CM announces Plast India International University, center of excellence, vocational training center in Gujarat

Gujarat Chief Minister today said the state government has taken a decision to set up first of its kind, internationally recognized ‘Plast India International University’ in Vapi in partnership with University of Massachusetts Lowell. She said the state government arm Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation(GIDC) will offer 40 acre land at concessional rate to set up this university.

Chief Minister while speaking at inaugural function of the 9th edition of Plast India 2015 at Gandhinagar today morning further said that the state government has approved a center for excellence for automobile in cooperation with CIPET and MS University, which will also facilitate innovation and incubation assistance. She said the state government will start a vocational training center for tribal youths in Dharampur to provide skill training. She said per year 2,000 tribal youths will be offered skill development training here.

Chief Minister today inaugurated the 9th edition of Plast India 2015 at Gandhinagar. Gujarat is the first state to host PlastIndia outside Delhi. Around 1,600 exhibitors from India and around the world will showcase their technology in the mega exhibition spread across an area of 1.25 lakh sq mts.

CM Smt Patel stated that plastic industry has proved to be a unique sector for India, playing a vital role in our country’s economy and overall development. On the foundations of skilled manpower, India can strive towards becoming International Plastic Hub with mantras of ‘Low cost and High quality product’ and ‘Zero effect, Zero defect’, she added.

Speaking about Gujarat’s plastic industry, CM Smt Patel shared that nearly 6500 plastic businesses invest Rs 2400 crore and extends employment to over 61,000 people in Gujarat. This way, Gujarat contributes nearly 65% to total output of India’s Plastic Industry, she added. She further said that to realize Gujarat’s potential in this industry, Government of Gujarat has identified plastic as one of the focus sectors in recently announced industrial Policy.

CM Smt Patel appealed to those present to contribute in making plastic industry environment-friendly. Currently, only 30% of plastic waste is being recycled, which should be increased further. More research and work is required in developing technology for recycling plastic waste that can be further used in various constructive ways, she added.

Bringing together manufacturing and consumer companies from across the world on one platform, PlastIndia 2015 will act as a gateway to boost the potential of country’s plastic industry. Country pavilions including that of UK, France, Austria, Germany, Netherlands, China, Taiwan, Korea and many more have also been included in this exhibition. Footfall of more than 1.5 lakh business visitors is expected during this event that will be open till February 10, 2015.

Finance Minister of Gujarat Shri Saurabhbhai Patel, Chief Secretary DJ Pandian were also present on the occasion. A two-day international seminar based on the theme of ‘Gateway to Innovation’ will also be organized.

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New educational city to come up in Gandhinagar





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To Be Set Up On The Lines Of Harvard, MIT

A new city , inspired by urban elements of famed US-based Harvard institutional zone and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) area is taking shape in the eastern side of the Sabarmati in Gandhinagar.

Dubbed `New Gandhinagar', the first institutional city of Gujarat is being planned off Gandhinagar to woo foreign universities to set up their campus extensions here, according to Gandhinagar Urban Development Authority (GUDA) authorities.

Spread over 19 sq km, `New Gandhinagar' city is being designed in such a way that all its green area, including water bodies, will be re tained first and street network and sectors laid around these natural contours.

The city extends from Palaj village in north to Valad in south Gandhinagar. The city extends 8.5 km in length, 4 km in width in the north and 1.5 km in width in south wrapping around the GIFT City -India's first International Financial Services Center -and the new IIT-Gn campus.It also shares border with the new Indian Institute of Public Health (IIPH) university campus nearby . A GUDA official said, “The micro-planning and land use in each sector in the new city is presently being designed for `plug and play' for foreign institutions.“

“The entire area would cover 1,900 hectares out of which 200 hectares are reserved for institutional campuses. The rest will have green spaces, water bodies and walkable street and bicycle networks. The new city will mirror existing Gandhinagar city only in its sectortype development pattern,“ the GUDA official added.

D Thara, Ahmedabad municipal commissioner who was involved in planning the institutional area, said, “While planning the city, we first studied the contours of the landscape, retained the water bodies and green spots and then the road networks were laid. This city has a dense network of roads making it walkable, bicycle friendly with adequate green cover.“

The new educational township planned in Gandhinagar on the eastern side of Sabarmati is being planned as an `open university' campus. Here campuses of different institutions will not be hemmed in within high walls but would actually have main roads crisscrossing through their area. This would be the firstof-its-kind university campus in the state.

The road networks would consist of a hierarchy of roads measuring 65 meters, 40 meters, 24 meters, 18 meters and 12 meters in width.

Major institutional campuses and residential zones will be planned along these networks, says Gandhinagar Urban Development Authority (GUDA).

Though the planning of the new city mirrors that of the old Gandhinagar city, each sector in the new township will be 750 meters in width and 850 meters in length.

The new plan's development is based on equitable FSI allotment. For this, the plots are rearranged into three zones. The government land or open space will be aggregated at the center of each sector. The plots that lie alongside the main road would be allotted higher FSI at a premium cost and land deductions will be higher than for plots that lie within the sector.

“The land use and the building heights will be specific to each sector. This will ensure cohesive development and built for m.The goal will be to balance the costs and benefits to all land owners falling within this development plan,“ said Ahmedabad municipal commissioner and former GUDA CEO, D Thara.

Owners with plots at the center of a sector will lose land to the government's common space. But such owners will be given proportionate plots in all the three zones of the sector.

Besides this, the green spaces and public parks would be spread over five hectares and more, along with a dense street network making the campus area accessible by shaded paths for walking.
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