JAMMU: To expedite the ongoing works and monitor progress on the ground, Rajesh Kumar Shavan, Managing Director of JKPCC Ltd., embarked on a 10-day field visit to inspect the pace of progress of the ongoing projects at J&K.
On March 12, 2022, the General Manager inspected the ongoing works at the Paramedics Quarters at Ramban being executed at an estimated cost of Rs. 1970.5 lacs. Dy’s General Manager, Doda/Ramban, has been tasked with accelerating the pace of the project and completing the work on time. He also inspected the construction of Eye Ward at Ramban District Hospital being run at an estimated cost of Rs 1. crore. On-site instructions were passed to the engineers to immediately move the HV line entering the works alignment and to accelerate the pace of the works.
The managing director also inspected the Gool indoor stadium complex running at an estimated cost of Rs. 4.82 crores.
He also visited the running Degree College Banihal at an estimated cost of Rs 18.86 crore. The engineers were asked to complete the academic block of the project at the earliest for the benefit of the students.
On March 13, 2022, the Managing Director visited the running migrant settlement of Vessu (Anantnag) at an estimated cost of Rs. 64.62 crore where he was accompanied by Er. Shaukat Ahmad Dar, General Manager Kashmir and Dy. Director General concerned Er. Gh. Hussain Dar and other technical staff. The General Manager informed the General Manager of the general progress of the project.
On March 14, 2022, he inspected the ongoing Bhawan Red Cross project in Gowkadal Srinagar being implemented at an estimated cost of Rs.4.73 crore. The general manager impressed the concerned Dy. Director General to speed up the pace of work and meet the schedule set by the Divisional Commissioner of Kashmir and the District Administration.
He further instructed junior staff to take extra precautions to maintain quality work.