Bragta urges GoI to open IIIT in Himachal



Shimla (Feb 18): Himachal Pradesh horticulture minister Narendar Bragta today met Union Human Recourse Development Minister Kapil Sibal and urged him to  open an Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) in the state, for which 132 acres of land had already been identified. He said that the State government would provide the land free of cost and was also ready to spend 35 per cent of the expenditure on this account.

Bragta said that Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal has already urged the government of India to open this institute in the state so as to benefit the youth of the state. He said that the Union minister assured him that the institute may be sanctioned after completion of all the codal formalities.

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