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Fire occurred at the Integrated MCA department of Utkal University

Bhubaneswar:(ONT Bureau)1/3/17: A fire incident occurred at the Integrated MCA department of Utkal University on Wednesday due to a short circuit in one of the computer labs. Though students and faculty are safe, the computer lab where the short circuit occurred has been damaged, as per sources. While students sat on strike against the poor and outdated infrastructure, the authorities claim that there was no issue at all.
As per the department students, the fire broke out today afternoon after there was a short circuit in a connection to a computer lab from the main transformer of the varsity. The computer lab is one among three labs in the three storied IMCA building.
Smoke filled the building as the 100 odd students came out and electricity to the building was disconnected immediately after which a fire brigade team doused the fire

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