National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) – a Joint Sector company of Govt of India and States of Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan and U.P, under the administrative control of Ministry of Urban Development, is mandated for implementing the Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS) project across the NCR of India, ensuring a balanced and sustainable urban development through better connectivity and access.
NCRTC invites application from experienced persons for the following positions:-
Design Expert (Civil) – 1 post
Planing Expert (Civil) – 1 post
Architect – 1 post
Manager/HR – 1 post
Last date to apply: 12 March 2018
Where to submit application form:
Career Cell, HR Department National Capital Region Transport Corporation 7/6, AMDA Building, Siri Fort Institutional Area, August Kranti Marg, New Delhi – 110049</str
Bengaluru: The Karnataka Government has allocated around Rs 5,000 crore as its share towards ongoing Phase-II projects of the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (BMRC) in budget. The government also made public the proposed length and route of Metro Phase-III for the first time.
According to a BMRC official, “The state has given us a contribution of nearly Rs 5,000 crore. We had requested for Rs 5,600 crore in this year’s budget.” The sum will be utilised towards ongoing Phase-II works.”
The 72.1 km Phase-II is an extension of all the four Phase-I lines as well as two new lines from Nagawara to Gottigere and the R V Road to Bommasandra line. The entire project costs Rs 26,405 crore out of which 55% is provided jointly by the Centre and the state and 45% is taken as loans. The Union budget also allocated funds for BMRC. This is the highest ever bud
Pune: The Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation Limited (Maha Metro) said on Thursday that the project is not facing any financial crunch at present. Around Rs300 crore has been spent on the ongoing work on the two Metro corridors in the city and most of the expenses have been on civil work.
This project received budgetary allocation of Rs 582 crore for the current financial year. The Maha Metro has sought allotment of Rs 750 crore and for the next financial year (2018-19).
According to Maha Metro managing director Brijesh Dixit, the corporation was in talks with two foreign firms for loan and the agreement was expected to be finalized by June. The Union government’s department of economic affairs had posed the Pune Metro project to European Investment Bank and AFD France. The talks with both the institutions are under way.
Bengaluru: The State Cabinet on Thursday gave its nod for floating tenders for the metro project linking Silk Board and K.R. Puram, under Phase 2 (A). It also accorded approval for innovative financing initiatives of BangaloreMetro Rail Corporation Limited to raise money.
The BMRCL had signed an MoU with Intel India and Embassy Group to raise funds for construction of two metro stations at Kadubeesanahalli and Bellandur.
The Cabinet decision will help the BMRCL to reach an agreement detailing terms and conditions with corporate entities based on the MoU. The two corporate bodies have agreed to contribute ₹100 crore each to BMRCL payable in instalments, and they will get naming rights for a period of 30 years.
In other words, the corproate’s name will be prefixed to that of the station, like Embassy Kadubeesanahalli metro station. As per the terms of understanding, the companies will be offered 3,000 sqft space at the station for 30 years for retail purp
Chennai: The Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) is planning to invest Rs 400 crore to start work on its phase-II by floating tenders for three consultants to design civil structures and prepare drawing for execution of civil, architectural, track and other works.
The decision was taken during a high-level meeting wherein tenders will be floated to design the alignment of both elevated and underground structures as well as proposed Madhavaram depot.
Chennai Metro Rail will fund the project. The cost will be adjusted once the project is approved. Similarly, Chennai Metro Rail will also start the geo-technical investigation for the second phase and tenders in this regard will be floated soon, sources added.
Meanwhile, it is learnt that only 50 per cent of the phase-II of Metro Rail will be initially funded by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and tenders are
Vijayawada: The Amaravati Metro Rail Corporation (AMRC) may continue to hope to avail financial assistance from the Union government for the proposed light metro project in Vijayawada, but going for Public Private Partnership (PPP) for the execution of the project seems inevitable. While the AMRC officials are preparing to present a strong case with the help of MPs in the ongoing Parliament session, which will resume on March 5, they are also exploring the feasibility of PPP mode.
Sources said that AMRC managing director NP Ramakrishna Reddy has met Guntur MP Galla Jayadev and explained the status of the project. “Since the MPs are fighting for the implementation of AP Reorganisation Act, 2014, the MD met Jayadev so that the latter can argue
Mumbai: The Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA) opened the financial bids for the Metro-4 packages on Monday. The overall lowest bid is around 1.36% less than MMRDA’s estimated cost of around Rs2,100 crore for four packages. If the MMRDA’s executive committee gives a go-ahead to the works, then it is likely to be awarded to Reliance-Astaldi and Tata Projects-China Harbour Engineering Company (TPL-CHEC), both joint ventures.
“We should start the soil-testing in March and full-fledged work in April. There will be barricades on EEH and LBS Marg and traffic diversions will be in place,” Pravin Darade, additional metropolitan commissioner, MMRDA, said.
The barricading on EEH will start from Suman Nagar flyover in Chembur till the Ghatkopar exit near Garodia Nagar, further connecting to LBS Marg. It will then go up to Mulund check naka entering Thane and connecting Majiwada, Kapurbawdi, Manpada and Kasarvadavali. Motorists are