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Feb 18, 2011 5:07 am

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in touch with winning strategies is rather important when planning
our own development strategies.  In Orissa, major developments
have taken place in the capital city Bhubaneswar.  Before
planning the development of certain
[url=] Properties Kerala [/url] can take
a leaf out of the successful implementation of certain projects in
that so called backward state. 


the completed projects by Bhubaneswar Development Area (BDA) are
included plotted development schemes at Bargarh, High Income Group
(HIG) at Palaspalli, rental housing at Chandrasekharpur; amongst the
on-going projects is included plotted development of various places
including housing projects and staff quarters.  Further, in
order to cater to the need of the 21st Century, BDA is preparing a
plan for the development of Khandagiri area by having a new
township.  BDA have also programmed to take up housing schemes
at Pukhriput and Pandra areas with an estimated cost of 31.66 crore
and 66.16 crore respectively, and a social housing scheme with the
proposed estimate of 4.2 crore.


has 28,671 state government employees, which includes 3,396 gazetted,
17,100 non-gazetted and 8,175 Class IV employees.  The
government has constructed only 10,891 houses, which caters to only
39.4 percent of the total strength of the employees.  These
include 1,521 high-type quarters (Type V and above), 7,105
medium-type quarters (Type IV) and 2,265 lower-type quarters (Type
III and below).


addition, the BDA in collaboration with the Housing and Urban
Development Corporation (HUDCO) launched a scheme to grant loan
assistance to the Economically Weaker Section (EWS), Low Income Group
(LIG), Medium Income Group (MIG) and HIG categories of people to
facilitate construction/reconstruction/additions/completion of houses
by persons who own residential plots within Bhubaneswar Development
Area (BDA), priority being given to applicants under EWS/LIG