At a busy intersection on Bhavnagar Road at Botad, 150 km from Ahmedabad, is 39-year-old Dilipbhai Kakadiya, a diamond merchant from Surat, handling “transport and emergencies” and giving instructions on a walkie talkie.
Sources said students had protested against the razing of the design workshop at a meeting with the CEPT officials and architecture students had been reportedly using the space last semester in a bid to save it.
Indian Express goes to Ahmedabad’s Chamanpura, next door to Gulberg Society, and meet the families of the 11 convicts who have been sentenced to life for the murders of 69 persons, including former MP Ahsan Jafri, in the society in 2002.
The lateral entry scheme, in its third year now, enables candidates a direct entry into the second year and admissions are released on seats left vacant after giving admission to regular four-year UG programme.
The Nirma University has recently inked an MoU with Space Applications Centre (SAC), Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Ahmedabad for collaborative research leading to technology development and innovation in this space.