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March 14th, 2007
India Inc helps IITB brace for quotas
There are plans to construct a bio-school building, a new lecture hall complex, a computer centre or the computer science and engineering building and a nano-electronics building. Also, hostels for students, project staff and married research scholars have to be built, added Misra.
IITB also also plans to construct a new building for the Technology and Innovation Centre which will house the Society for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Industrial Research and Consultancy Centre and a Nanotechnology Centre. "The Gymkhana Project which consists of an Olympic-size swimming pool, an indoor stadium and a gymnasium is being implemented on a fast-track basis," emphasised Misra.
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