The Unrelenting Wait

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is one of the three oldest departments of NITR, established along with the Electrical and the Civil Departments in 1961 when the then REC began its first batch of students. From then on generations of students have graduated, calling the same old mechanical building as their own. That was all until the new Mechanical Sciences building was announced and started construction since July, 2013. Now the mechanical students and faculties can neither have enough nor can they wait enough to shift into the humongous and alluring new mechanical building.

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Status Update: Golden Jubilee Building

After a much needed winter break, the campus of NITR is yet again filled with students buzzing around. And one can see that numerous developments in the upcoming constructions have taken place during this time. The construction of the much awaited Golden Jubilee building is under full swing to the delight of all the personnel in the campus.

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The Mechanical Marvel



Rapid developments in the field of infrastructure is directly proportional to the progress of an institute and same holds for NIT Rourkela where the construction of new and high tech buildings is in full swing and once completed will add an extra feather to its glory.

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To Mark the Golden Jubilee

With numerous and rapid development happening in all nook and corners of the institute, one gets a direct glimpse of it right beside the class hubs where construction of humongous buildings is on the go. This is in reference to the Golden Jubilee building whose construction has been progressing with ritualistic speed.

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A Tale of Twin Lecture Halls

With so much construction work going on all around, it becomes difficult at times to keep track of which building is coming up where. In this edition of Monday Morning, we will be clearing all your doubts regarding the extensive infrastructural development that has been taking place around the existing buildings of Lecture Annexe-1 and BT-BM buildings.

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