BRO’s 63rd Raise Day, Project Vartak was celebrated in Tezpur
Tezpur: The Border Roads Organization (BRO) builds roads, bridges, tunnels and airfields for strategic and socio-economic development in the northeastern region under the vision of then-Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. Was founded on May 7, 1960. India. As part of the BRO’s executive department, Project Vartak was raised on the same day, so Project Vartak will celebrate its 63rd Raise Day on May 7.
For many years, Project Vartak has done commendable work towards the strategic infrastructure development and socio-economic progress of the people in the border region of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. During the 2021-22 fiscal year, Project Vartak performed work worth 870 rupees.
On this auspicious occasion, Brig Harish Kumar of Chief Engineer Project Vartak Tezpur recalled the role the project played and paid tribute to all Karmayogis who made the highest sacrifices during their service. He also conveyed his warm wishes to the families of all officers, supervisors / JCOs, jawans, Narishakti, CPL and Project Vartak.
Between 2021 and 22, Project Baltak’s 51 executives / staff received prominent awards for their commendable work, which is the great pride of the project.
Forty-four staff and 40 CPLs received the Chief Engineer Achievement Award / Cash Award and awarded trophies from the Task Force to the platoon level for their outstanding performance.
Project Vartak’s chief engineer said that work on the Balipara-Charduar-Tawang (BCT) road and the strategically important Nechiphu and Sela tunnels are on track and can be completed on time and dedicated to the country. I emphasized.