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New site for Chennai maths institute

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Chennai , July 28

THE Chennai Mathematical Institute, an autonomous institute for teaching and research in mathematics and computer sciences, is to get a new campus at Siruseri on Old Mahabalipuram road.

According to a press note from the institute, the 5-acre campus located at the Sipcot Information Technology Park is to start functioning from July 2005. The Chairman of the Department of Atomic Energy, Dr Anil Kakodkar, will lay the foundation stone next month.

The Chennai-based Shriram Group has donated the land for the campus and the Hyderabad-based Matrix Laboratories Ltd has contributed substantially for the building, according to the press note.

The research institute, which is located at T. Nagar, in the heart of Chennai, was founded in 1989 as a part of the SPIC Science Foundation by the SPIC group. The institute is funded by the National Board for Higher Mathematics.

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