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Russian delegation visits NBCC EKN Project

By Indian Mandarins- 25 Jul 2019
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NBCC (I) Ltd. hosted Russian Government Officials at its East Kidwai Nagar (EKN) Redevelopment Project site as part of their ‘International Training on Project and Risk Management’ course organised under the Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) Program of Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India. The delegation had an interactive session with NBCC officials on the planning and execution of green building projects at EKN and Pragati Maidan site. The delegation appreciated the environment-conscious interventions and sustainability measures taken up by the NBCC in these projects. The field visit was organized by Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi.

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