Udupi: MSAP conducts public exhibition on D V S Acharya Road Redevelopment Project

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Udupi, Feb 3: Manipal School of Architecture and Planning (MSAP), Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE), in collaboration with Directorate of Urban Land Transport (DULT), Bengaluru, has come up with a Conceptual Road Development Project at Dr V S Acharya Road (from Syndicate circle to DC office).

In this regard, a public exhibition was organized at DC office in Manipal. The exhibition was inaugurated by Prasanna H, IAS zilla panchayat chief executive officer – Udupi, attended by DULT officials Monica Kashkari, special officer, DULT, Nikita Baliga, Mohan Raju, AEE, District Urban Development Cell (DUDC), Udupi, captain M C Belliappa, director Projects MAHE, Prof Dr Nandineni Rama Devi, director, MSAP, Prof Dr Pradeep G Kini, joint director, MSAP, prof Trivikram T N, associate professor, MSAP, Prof Akshatha Rao, associate professor, MSAP and the team of students from M Arch Urban Design and Development.

The exhibition was opened on January 31 from 1 pm to 6 pm and continued till February 1 from 10 am to 6 pm at DC office. The exhibition will move to MAHE campus on February 2 at Venugopal Temple in MIT campus from 5 pm to 7 pm and on February 3 at KMC Food Court near KMC Greens from 11 am to 3 pm All the civil society members have participated in the exhibition and give their comments and suggestions.




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