Pune PMC News | Rs 109-cr tender for construction of Bharat Ratna Atal Bihari Vajpayee Medical College and Hospital will be placed before Standing Committee for approval: Ravindra Binwade

Pune : NpNews24 Online  –  Pune PMC News | Pune Municipal Corporation’s (PMC) Bharat Ratna Atal Bihari Vajpayee Medical College and Hospital building work has gained momentum. Tenders have been opened for the construction of the building to be erected on the premises of Dr Naidu Hospital near Sangam bridge. Soon after the technical process of approving the application gets completed, the actual work will be started. According to Additional Municipal Commissioner Ravindra Binwade, this building will be erected next year.


The PMC has started a medical college through a charitable organisation. The college has started and this year 100 students have been admitted for the first year. Currently, teaching is going on in the classrooms set up on the premises of Kamala Nehru Hospital and Baburao Sanas School. However, the second and next year classes have to be started in a phased manner. It is planned to start the second year classes after making some changes in the building of Dr. Naidu Hospital. At the same time, a separate building for the college and hospital will be constructed on the premises of this hospital. A tender was called for the work of this building.


Seven companies participated in this tender process. The tenders have been opened after technical verification.


Among them, the tender of Generic Engineering Construction and Projects Limited, a construction company in Mumbai, has come at the lowest rate, that is, at the rate announced by the PMC. The tender of worth around Rs. 109 crores will be placed before the Standing Committee meeting for approval. After the approval of the Standing Committee, actual work will be started by completing the technical process, said Binwade.


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