- Indian-American scientist donated 7.5 million rupees
- Dr. Krishna Pal Singh hails from Barhiya of Lakhisarai
- There is also a proposal to build a modern hospital in Barhia
- Scientist Dr. KP Singh has been a student of BIT Sindri
Dr. Krishna Pal Singh, an American scientist living in Bihar, has contributed one million dollars or seven and a half million rupees in the PM Cares Fund. Native American scientist Dr. KP Singh of Barhiya village of Lakhisarai wants to build a 100-bed modern hospital in his ancestral village.
Dr. Krishna Pal Singh has been a NASA
Dr. Krishna Pal Singh of Barhiya has been a scientist in National Aeronautics and Space Administration. KP Singh, President and CEO of Halltech International, is an alumnus of BIT Sindri. KP Singh’s company is Holtech International a USA based company developing nuclear waste disposal technology, designing nuclear reactor and storing nuclear energy. Dr. KP Singh has contributed one million US Dollars to the PM Cares Fund through North America Alumni Association of BIT Sindri.
Proposal to open modern hospital in Lakhisarai
Native American scientist Dr. Krishna Pal Singh of Barhiya village of Lakhisarai wants to build a 100-bed modern hospital. For this, he has also sent a proposal to the government. He will spend US $ 30 million or about 225 crore rupees on the construction of a proposal of opening a 100-bed hospital in his native village Barhia by Dr. KP Singh. For this, they are looking for land in Barhiya. He also said that on successful completion of the mission of opening ancestral accommodation in the village, many such hospitals will open in other areas of India.
Engineering studies from BIT Sindri
Director of BIT Sindri cum Alumnae Association President Dr. DK Singh said that the Government of India has directed the Lakhisarai District Administration to provide land for the hospital on the proposal of Dr. KP Singh to open a hospital in Barhia. Dr. KP Singh is also supporting the construction of nuclear power plant in India. He came to Sindri in 2018 to take part in the erstwhile student gathering in 2018 by his helicopter. Dr. Singh was a student of BIT Sindri, a 1967 batch mechanical engineering branch.