NBCC, Indian Navy sign MoU to build widows hostel

The project is first of its kind in north India for the welfare of soldiers’ widows and would be completed by December this year

GN Bureau | January 24, 2017


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National buildings construction corporation Ltd, (NBCC) Indian Navy and NBCC Services Ltd (NSL) have inked an agreement to build a Sahara Widows Hostel at Vasant Kunj in New Delhi for Indian Navy under CSR initiative.

The MOU was signed by Sanjay Nirmal, Commodore Indian Navy, R Wanchoo, CGM (CSR), NBCC (India) Ltd. and A Sabeena, chief executive officer, NBCC Services Ltd. on behalf of their respective companies.

The hostel would be constructed at a cost of approximately Rs 13.50 crores and will be shared by NBCC (India) Ltd. and Indian Navy equally. The project is a first of its kind in north India for the welfare of soldiers’ widows and is slated to be completed by December, 2017.


 

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