CCL, ECL sign pact with Jharkhand govt to set up 5000-seat library in Ranchi and 330 bed hospital in Godda

Ranchi: The Jharkhand government has signed two MOUs with Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) and Eastern Coalfields Limited (ECL) for the construction of a library in Ranchi and a hospital in Godda. 

The MOU was signed in the presence of Union Coal and Mines Minister Prahalad Joshi and Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren. As per the MOU, the CCL will construct a library on the Ranchi University campus with a capacity of 5000 students with CSR funds.

On the other hand, ECL will build a 300-bed hospital with modern facilities at Mahagama in the Godda district. For the library, the CCL will provide Rs 62.49 crore which will be spread over two acres of land on the Ranchi University campus.

Spread over 11753 square meters, the library will be a G+5 building to be constructed in two years. The said state-level library building will have six lifts, E-Resource, Journal section, Conference Room, a Reference book section, an Institutional digital repository, a Thesis, Dissertation, Report and Newspaper section, Digital Library section, Solar rooftop panels for power generation, STP Sewage Facilities of treatment plant, Energy efficient lighting systems, Queue management, Double wall system considered to reduce heat gain, Sufficient Parking, modular furniture, Cubicles for group study, Meeting Rooms, Meditation Centre and Cafeteria.

The hospital at Mahagama will be a G+3 hospital building with an OPD area and other related infrastructure and facilities namely a multi-specialty medical unit with ICU and others.

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