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Rudrabhishek Enterprises bags JJM Project in Burdaman, West Bengal

31 Mar 2022 , 02:22 PM

Rudrabhishek Enterprises Limited has been appointed by the West Bengal PHE Directorate to prepare a Detailed Project Report (DPR) for the Piped Water Supply Scheme in Katwa Sub-Division of Purba Burdhaman District. This will cover seven schemes across 98 villages.

With the help of this project, the government foresees providing a safe and adequate water supply to people in the Katwa Sub-Division, thereby considerably improving their health and living conditions. The focus is on ensuring a regular supply of water of inadequate quality and prescribed quantity.

REPL will be responsible for preparing and designing Pipe Water Network System by carrying out the route survey using Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS). The company will also draw a layout plan of the water distribution and transmission network in the region.

“JJM is an ambitious flagship program for providing tap water to all households in rural areas by 2024. We will focus on closely following the program guidelines and incorporate the key elements such as sustainability and community centricity,” commented Mr. Pradeep Misra, CMD-REPL.

At around 2.14 PM, REPL was trading at Rs219.60 per piece, down by 0.34% against its previous close of Rs220.35 on NSE. It touched intraday high and low of Rs222 and Rs217.30 respectively. 

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