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Diamond Power Infrastructure Ltd., power equipment and infrastructure services provider in India, said it had obtained an order for Rs.85.37 crore from Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. for supply of ACSR Moose conductor for 400kV HV DC Krishnapatnam-Nellore Transmission Line and 400kV DC Krishnapatnam-Gooty Transmission Line (Part I) associated with Transmission system for Krishnapatnam UMPP (Part A) for a total of 3,216 kms.
The order is to be executed over a period of 18 months from the date of letter of intent (08/03/2011).
The company said it had also received an order for 2,368.25 kms from Gayatri Projects Ltd. for supply of conductors to the MPPKVVCL project.
Solar Integration Systems India Private Limited (Solarsis), a Hyderabad-based company that offers ‘concept-to-completion’ services for grid-connected and off-grid systems using solar photovoltaic (PV) technology, is looking at the possibility of forming a joint venture (JV) with US-based Abound Solar for setting up a cadmium telluride thin-film PV solar modules manufacturing facility at one of its group companies — Sri City — a special economic zone (SEZ) at Tada in Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh, the southern border abutting the neighbouring Tamil Nadu.
The National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT), an autonomous institute under the Ministry of Earth Sciences, is planning to build a large seafront facility in Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh. The facility on the seacoast would work on various applications and technologies aimed at utilising ocean resources.
The institute, which has already identified a couple of locations in association with state government agencies, proposes to set up a cluster of laboratories and other infrastructure in an area of 200 acres. The proposed facility, which will be one-of-its-kind in the country, would be a major expansion of its current activities in the area of ocean technology applications, including deep sea technology and ocean mining.
The institute is now working on low temperature thermal desalination, deepsea technologies, remotely operable vehicles and deepsea submersibles, ocean observation systems and ocean acoustics, among others. The facility will be designed to undertake all the major programmes, including submersibles and gas hydrates, marine sensors and electronics, energy, coastal engineering research and marine biotechnology, which require actual working in sea conditions.
State government’s nodal agency APInvest CEO Pratap Madireddy said the institute was planning to spend about Rs 250 crore to build initial infrastructure. Apart from seeking land near the Indian Space Research Organisation’s satellite launch facility (SHAR), the institute has also sought another 50 acres for housing administration and residential facilities for scientists and other staff working.
Established in 1993, the institute has rapidly grown its activities on its 50-acre campus in Chennai and now wants to scale up various research initiatives that were taken up in smaller laboratory conditions. For example, though the institute has gained substantial experience in desalination, more optimisation is required in components that go into thermal cycle and vacuum systems for large-scale production and commercialisation of these applications. This is possible only if the institute sets up a seafront facility housing a desalination research laboratory.
It also proposes to set up a jetty and dedicated berthing facilities for various coastal research vessels manned by the institute at the new facility. At present, these are berthed at fishing harbours and main ports.
It will also undertake activities in development of prototype systems, validation of indigenously developed marine systems in the ocean, according to a proposal submitted to the state government by the institute.
Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd will expand the range of its own branded products for retail from its pharmaceuticals stores.
Last year Apollo set up 200 stock keeping units to introduce 50 non-pharma FMCG products, including toothbrushes, toothpastes, lotions, creams, under the Apollo brand for retail.
“This helped us improve margins,” said Suneeta Reddy, director (finance), Apollo Hospitals.
Land has been acquired in six cities, including Thane, Trichy, Vizag, Nashik and Nellore, and construction work is due to start. “Till 2013, our list of Tier II cities is ready,” said Suneeta Reddy.
The Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management (IITTM) is all set to open its first institute in south India at Nellore from July this year. The AP Tourism Development Corporation (APTDC) has been entrusted with construction work of buildings for the proposed institute close to the national highway near Venkatachalam, 16 kms from Nellore.
The Centre has sanctioned Rs 16.93 crore for construction. The IITTM, an autonomous organisation of the ministry of tourism, Government of India is one of the premier institutes offering education, training, research and consultancy in tourism, travel and allied sectors since 1983.
The proposed institute in Nellore will offer a two year course with a unique blend of tourism and cargo specialisation as part of its postgraduate diploma in management. The idea behind the course is to tap growing opportunities in the areas of tourism operations, tourism marketing, air and shipping cargo management in the region.
The director of the IITTM, Ms Manjula Chowdhary, revealed this while interacting with media persons after taking part in a workshop on ‘Tourism Opportunities and Challenges’ at Geetanjali College, Muttukur road here on Thursday.
According to Ms Chowdhary, graduates in any stream are eligible to join the course and the last date for receiving applications is February 1. The entrance test will be conducted on February 27. Those qualified in CAT and MAT entrance tests can apply directly for enrolment and do not have to take the entrance test. The cost for the two years course is Rs 2 lakh and it can be paid in two instalments.
The IITTM has been providing Rs 2 crore towards development of infrastructure for colleges and polytechnics in government sector if they introduce a degree course in tourism management. Ms Chowdhary said that placement is assured for their students, pointing to opportunities across the globe in the tourism industry.
Earlier, the vice-chancellor of Vikrama Simhapuri University, Prof C.R. Visweswar Rao, dwelt at length on the historical importance of Nellore. The general manager of the HR wing of Krishnapatnam Port, Mr Satya Prakash, also spoke apart from professors of IITTM, Sandeep Kulashreshta and Nimit Chowdhary.
The nodal officer of the Nellore institute,
Nagarjuna Construction Company Limited has acquired,through its subsidiary NCC Power Projects Ltd (NCC PPL), 55% equity stake of Nelcast Energy Corporation Limited (NECL), which is developing a 1320 MW Thermal Power Project at Krishna Patnam, Nellore Dist, Andhra Pradesh. NECL has acquired the requisite project land and has also secured all the requisite approvals from the concerned authorities in relation to the project
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