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Touring Maharashtra students visit Chilika lake, Gopalpur Sea Beach on fourth day

Bhubaneswar:23/9/22:The students from Maharashtra, who is on a tour of Odisha as part of the Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat initiative on Thursday visited the popular Chilika Lake and Gopalpur Sea Beach in Berhampur on the fourth day of their visit.

The students enjoyed the beauty of nature at the largest saltwater lake of Chilika while they were taken by awe at the mesmerizing Gopalpur Sea Beach. The students have also visited the Indian Rare Earth Limited (IREL) at Chatrapur.

At IREL, the students have learned about the rare earth research-oriented subjects taken up in the institute. It must be noted here that 50 students from AC Patil College of Engineering, Navi Mumbai and various other schools in Maharashtra are on a five-day tour of Odisha.

Gandhi Institute for Technology (GIFT) Bhubaneswar is hosting the students as part of the Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat initiative and facilitating their visits to various places in the state. The institute is also organizing various activities for the visiting Maharashtra students.

 

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