Odisha Cabinet- The New Indian Express

By Specific Information Service

BHUBANESWAR: In a bid to fortify tourism and impact correct administration of the websites, the State authorities on Thursday determined to create eight divisions for the vacationer locations.A proposal on this regard was authorised by the State Cupboard presided over by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik. Seven divisions shall be contained in the State and one will operate at New Delhi.

Every of those tourism divisions shall be headed by an Odisha Tourism Service (OTS) cadre officer within the rank of joint or deputy director. The vacationer locations beneath 30 districts shall be saved beneath the seven divisions for efficient administration.

In addition to, with a view to draw top quality professionals to make tourism as an engine of financial development, the proposal of the Tourism division to restructure the Odisha Tourism Service(OTS) cadre was additionally authorised.

The Cupboard additionally okayed the revised price for building of sports activities infrastructure services at Kalinga stadium in Bhubaneswar and building of recent worldwide hockey stadium at Rourkela for Hockey World Cup-2023 venture from Rs 432.454 crore to Rs 875.78 crore.

The Cupboard additionally determined to deliver limestone beneath the purview of the long run linkage (LTL) coverage to promote the mineral via Infrastructure Growth Company of Odisha Restricted (IDCOL)/Odisha Mining Company Restricted.  

The choice has been taken encompassing all facets regarding sale of limestone from Ampavalli Limestone Mines of IDCOL/OMC and in future any limestone mine reserved/allotted in favour of OMC for the State-based industries for sustained provide of the mineral.


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