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National Law School to be set up on a 25 acre land at Srirangam will be ready for this academic year and classes for first year students would commence from this academic year itself.

TN Chief Minister J.Jayalalithaa is on a trip to her constituency Srirangam today and she launched Rs. 1,854 crore worth of projects in the district.

“My government has been taking efforts based on the concept of promoting humanity and enhancing the state’s infrastructure facilities which will make the state achieve an all round-development”, she said after launching the new initiatives .

The launching includes a cost of Rs. 107 crore an industrial park, on a 1,077 acre land would be set up in Manapparai zone with her note as  “Through this textile park Rs. 3,000 crore worth of investments would be attracted providing employment to 25,000 people..”

She also specified that based on the investments made by the companies, the government would give a subsidy between Rs. 45 lakh and Rs. 2.25 crore.

An industry to produce two lakh tonne of multi-layer double coated board would be established under State-owned Tamil Nadu Newsprint Ltd, is also initiated at Srirangam-Manapparai zone at a cost of Rs. 1,200 crore.

“Through this facility, 2000 new jobs will be created”, she explained