Megha Engineering will be in the forefront in addressing various basic issues in the villages assured it’s chairman Mr.PP Reddy. Addressing the gathering after inaugurating the door to door safe drinking water supply scheme he said it is his privilege to serve his native village. Under corporate
social responsibility (CSR), MEIL has taken up several welfare programs in rural areas of both the Telugu states. He promised on this occasion to develop local area hospital with all latest amenities. He expressed his gratitude to his native village for giving birth to him and also his mother. It has become customary for his family to visit the village every year during the Sankranthi celebrations. He also extended thanks to the village residents for showing such warmth and affection, which helped him to reach the present status in life. He wants to reciprocate this with taking up several social welfare measures to benefit the villagers. He requested the villagers to approach him for whatever need they want and offered to fulfil the same. His wife Ms Rama Reddy, daughters Ms.Megha Reddy, Ms.Manjali Reddy and village elder Mr Jangamaiah Reddy also participated on this occasion.
Safe drinking water to all Megha Engineering and Infrastructure (MEIL) under its corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities have taken up a drinking water supply project in Jamulapally Village of East Godavari district in Andhra Pradesh. MEIL chairman Mr PP Reddy wants to help his native village residents by providing safe drinking water. Modernised two overhead water tanks with a capacity of 40,000 and 20,000-kilolitres. Every house in the village is connected taps by the feral method. With this latest technology of water supply every house in the village will get the water with the same pressure. MEIL spent about Rs. 50 lakhs for this project. This method earlier used by Telangana Government in its mission Bhagiratha scheme. To supply safe drinking water to every resident in Jamulapally village MEIL built 8km pipeline with superior standards. To serve his mother land MEIL chairman Mr.PP Reddy also established two mineral water plants, 12KV solar power plant in the village.
With his sincere efforts, everyone in the village getting safe drinking water. Solar power plant supplying power to street lights and 240 houses getting power for two bulbs and a fan. Mr PP Reddy also built Marriage hall with all modern amenities. MEIL has built better infrastructure like cement roads, park, the walkway in the village. Mr.PP Reddy donated benches to the local school. Constructed community toilets, and installed benches on walkways to relax elderly people. Mr PP Reddy also established a safe drinking water plant in adjacent Narsingapur village and donated benches to the local school.
Megha Engineering and Infrastructure (MEIL) under its corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities have taken up a drinking water supply project in Jamulapally Village of East Godavari district in Andhra Pradesh. MEIL chairman Mr PP Reddy wants to help his native village residents by providing safe drinking water. Modernized two overhead water tanks with a capacity of 40,000 and 20,000-kilolitres. Every house in the village is connected taps by the feral method. With this latest technology of water supply every house in the village will get the water with the same pressure.
MEIL spent about Rs. 50 lakhs for this project. This method earlier used by Telangana Government in its mission Bhagiratha scheme. To supply safe drinking water to every resident in Jamulapally village MEIL built 8km pipeline with superior standards. To serve his mother land MEIL chairman Mr.PP Reddy also established two mineral water plants, 12KV solar power plant in the village. With his sincere efforts, everyone in the village getting safe drinking water. Solar power plant supplying power to street lights and 240 houses getting power for two bulbs and a fan. Mr PP Reddy also built
Marriage hall with all modern amenities. MEIL has built better infrastructure like cement roads, park, the walkway in the village. Mr.PP Reddy donated benches to the local school. Constructed community toilets, and installed benches on walkways to relax elderly people. Mr PP Reddy also established a safe drinking water plant in adjacent Narsingapur village and donated benches to the local school.
KC Valley, a feather in MEIL's cap
Koramangala-Challaghatta Valley (KC Valley) project is deemed to be a unique project in the country. An irrigation project, considered a rare one, is a first of its kind in the entire country. The project turns out tobe a panacea to the ever growing problem of Bangalore city’s drain and sewerage on one hand and on the other rejuvenating the minor irrigation system in rural areas which is facing a slow death. The scheme envisages filling of several tanks in Kolar district with treated water from
Bengaluru and strengthening of its ayacut. Megha Engineering and Infrastructure Ltd. (MEIL) has achieved a rear distinction by grounding the KC Valley project in Bangalore and adjacent districts of Kolar and Chikkaballapur said Mr. Sudhir Mohan, Vice-President of MEIL.
Israel pioneered the technology of using treated sewage water to grow crops through micro irrigation system. Hitherto nowhere in the world such a system exists, except in Israel. However, MEIL, for the first time in India, has successfully implemented such a system in India with KC Valley project. Under this project treated sewage water is used to fill irrigation tanks in Kolar district.
The KC Valley project comes up as an ever lasting solution to the sewage water problem of Bangalore city. The quantum of city’s sewage multiplies with rapid growth of population posing a serious threat to the urban eco system. Bangalore Metropolitan and Karnataka state government authorities have been grappling with the ever growing sewage problem for a long time and a permanent solution was not in sight until KC Valley project takes shape. On the other hand the
neighbouring Kolar district has been in the grip of drought for decades forcing people and farmers live in misery. The KC Valley project thus has been designed to attain double benefits. Sewage water in Bangalore city is being treated and supplied to fill tanks in Kolar district to streng then and irrigate parched farms even during a drought. MEIL, having won the bid for KC Valley project, had surmounted many obstacles and challenges to complete the project well before the scheduled time. The
project has been commissioned despite some works entrusted by the government at a later stage are under progress. Presently treated sewage water in Bangalore city is being pumped far away to fill the tanks in Kolar district.
The aim is to fill tanks in 126 tanks in a phased manner under 6 clusters. Accordingly, Lakshmisagar, Uddhapanahalli, Narsapura, Dodavallabhi, Bhattankere, Singanahalli tanks are being filled up now with treated water. The scheme’s objective is to recharge the ground water table by filling the dried up tanks which in turn helps in increasing ground water table and sustain irrigation of the ayacut. During the last four decades ground water table in Kolar district has drastically fallen
resulting in drying up of bore wells and wells. So rejuvenation of bore wells and wells would be the only way to bring the parched lands back into agriculture operations. These treated waters from Bangalore would surely save the farmers from the clutches of drought, Mr. Sudhir Mohan averred.
A first of its kind project
Under this scheme 6 pumping stations have to be erected as the treated water is required to pump against the gravity. Out of these six pumping stations three were completed and commissioned. Works on other three pumping stations are nearing completion. As part of KC Valley project 23 motors with capacities ranging from 160 to 2800 HP have been installed.
To supply water, pipelines of 124 kms of length were laid from Bangalore city. The pipe line laying works which begun in 2016 have been completed in two phases. 126 tanks will receive treated water in phase wise. For this purpose tanks have been divided under taluks and clusters. The Minor Irrigation department and Geological department of Government of Karnataka had come up with KC Valley project to irrigate parched lands with treated water which is a first of its kind project in the
country. The sewage treatment plants (STPs) erected by MEIL in Koramangala and Challagatta areas of Bangalore city have been treating 200 MLD of sewage water. 126 tanks in Kolar and Chikkaballapur districts have been getting supply of treated water. Works are under progress to enhance sewage treatment capacity to 440 MLD in phase wise.
Under this project majority of works were required to be grounded in Bangalore metropolitan city. This has indeed proved to be daunting task. Having to obtain necessary clearances from state and central governments in time, execution of works in areas with high volume of traffic, narrow and congested places, and acquisition of private lands, hostile terrain and unseasonal rains were some of the adversities and challenges MEIL faced during execution of the project. However MEIL has successfully surmounted all the challenges to deliver the project in time. Custom made pipes used for this project.
Under KC Valley project tanks in six taluks of Kolar district are to be filled with treated water. Six massive pump houses have been built to ensure high volume of water supply. A MS pipe line for a length of 124 kms has been laid crisscrossing main roads of Bangalore city, national highways, passing under rail tracks. Over a time MS pipes are tend to get corroded and dissolve in the soil beneath it. Having taken this fact into consideration, MEIL has used special custom made pipes for this
project. These specially made pipes are corrosion proof and can also withstand high volume water flow. Surface of these pipes is covered with iron mesh and edges are plastered with cement. The total project cost stood at Rs.1342 crores. To avoid power problems for KC Valley project, MEIL has built 6 electric sub-stations with 66kv capacity. Along with sub-stations MEIL has also built six pump houses and a massive surge tank.
Indian Medical student attacked and killed in kazakh
There are more than 5000 students go to abroad to pursue MBBS from India every year. At least 50 percent of these people go to medical education in European countries. Indian students are especially interested in joining government medical universities in countries like Kazakhstan. But these Medical universities who are inviting students to their country… failed to provide accommodation and students were left stranded.
Because of lack of university hostels, students staying in rented homes outside the university. The government does not even provide at least the protection here for those staying in Paying Room. Recently A young Indian student of kazakh National Medical University, Hemanth, was killed by gangsters. Hemanth is currently studying his MBBS third year. Few days ago he asked for accommodation inside the university .. since no room available the university officials denied to accommodate him. The incident, which took place on November 9, lately came into light. The same students complain that if accommodation hosted Hemanth at the University, it would not have happened.
Kazhak University Negligence.
There are number of Indian students studying at Kazak National University. This is not new to happen and many Indian students who are stayng outside the University are often complaining that these attacks have become more and more. Even the University officials or government officials do not care about the students says an Indian student complaining to Indian Embassy.
Trujet Wings for under privileged children
Hyderabad: TruJet has given opportunity to fly from Chennai to selam for under privileged children on the occasion of Children’s day under Trujet’s Wings of Hope Programme. Forty students belongs to SRVV school of Vellapa Sembana Gounder Memorial Trust has flies on Wednesday at 10:20 AM Through Trujet aircraft with free of cost. The Students belongs to Selam and they travelled to Chennai on Tuesday for excursion. Trujet offered them free fly on their return journey from Chennai to Selam on Wednesday.
Trujet is committed to carry 300 under privileged children throughout the year so that they may aspire to build a better life for themselves. This is part of a yearlong programme where Trujet will work with NGO’s who are championing this cause. Earlier in July, Trujet flew forty students of Valmiki foundation from Hyderabad to Bellary (Hampi) and return. About Trujet: Trujet, India’s first schedule commuter airline has made a notable place in the aviation space by pioneering the UDAN project, thereby making central government vision a reality. Trujet now connects fourteen major destinations in South India including Cuddapah, Nanded, Bellary, Mysore and Salem in the Regional Connectivity Scheme. Trujet has carried 1.2 million passengers in the three years since it started flying. Trujet has been further awarded with 20 new routes in the Western & Eastern states and will connect Kandla, Porbandar, Keshod, Jaisalmer, Jalgaon & Nasik from Ahmedabad & Burnpur, Cooch Behar, Tezu, and Rupsi from Guwahati. This ushers the second phase of our UDAN effort, where Trujet connects Bharat with India and promotes the air connectivity of unserved/ underserved cities to the metros. Trujet is planning organic and inorganic expansion to support its future demand. Trujet is the first airline to successfully fly all routes as part of its first bid under UDAN and the Ministry of Civil Aviation has issued a Citation to Trujet for the same. Trujet has been awarded the “Most Promising Airline” for the year 2018 from India Travel Awards –South 2018.
Trujet is a regional air carrier based out of Hyderabad. Trujet schedule offers convenient connections between important business and religious destinations. With a fleet of 5 ATR-72 aircraft, Trujet currently operates to 14 stations including Hyderabad, Aurangabad, Chennai, Goa, Rajahmundry, Vijayawada, Nanded, Cuddapah, Mysore, Vidyanagar, Tirupati ,Salem, Bellary and Mumbai . Trujet is the only airline to operate on Hyderabad-Aurangabad routes. Trujet connects Mysore, Vidyanagar, Nanded & Cuddapah which are RCS sectors under UDAN project, connecting them to the nearest Metro cities, ensuring an overall growth of the country and bridging the gap between Tier I & Tier II cities.
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