Govt tool room training centre awaits activity

Though the Government Tool Room Training Centre (GTTC) building was constructed two years ago, the building is yet to be utilised.  GTTC has been doing a yeomen service to the society and the ninth batch of students have passed out from GTTC at Kadur.

When the government sanctioned GTTC, it started functioning in the sericulture building. Realising the need for an own building, the government constructed a new building at an estimated cost of Rs four crore.

The building has all the facilities to offer technical education to the students. All the equipment has been neatly arranged and has separate toilet facilities for boys and girls, rest room, conference hall. In spite of the facilities, the building is yet to put to use. Thanks to the failure of the Small Industries Development Corporation in handing over the building to the GTTC.

GTTC superintendent engineer Jagadish said “it was true that there was delay in handing over the building owing to the failure to complete the work on electrification. Now, the work on electrification has been complete and will be handed over to the GTTC shortly. The classes in the new building will commence after the inauguration.”

The new building has plethora of problems. There is acute shortage of water in the building. It would not be possible to drill a borewell in the building premises. The TMC should ensure that water is supplied to the GTTC building from the nearest pumphouse.

There is a need to construct a compound wall to the building. Without the security personnel, miscreants have already broken the window panes.

Owing to lack of maintenance, weeds have grown around the building. Though a transformer has been installed to supply electricity, it has failed to cover the whole building.

MLA Y S V Datta should look into finding a solution to the problems surrounding the building, said the residents.  

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