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December 27th, 2007
The minister announced that the government will provide Rs 4 crore to the university to complete the Salt Lake campus. Around Rs 12 crore has already been spent to construct a five-storeyed building on the campus, spread across 160,000 sq ft.
The departments of computer science, applied optics and photonics and information technology will be shifted to the Salt Lake campus from Rajabazar. The university also plans to open a nanotechnology department, said B.R. Saha, a teacher in the chemical engineering department.
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