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July 17, 2008
IITBHU Global Editor @ 12:45 AM

Kapil Hari Dwivedi [CHE 2007] pointed us to this press release from the Govt of India.

From the release:

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Setting up of eight new Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and conversion of IT-BHU into in IIT
13:43 IST

The Union Cabinet today gave its approval for:


3. In principle approval for taking over the Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University - a constituent unit of the Banaras Hindu University, a Central University, its conversion into an Indian Institute of Technology and integrating it with the IIT system in the country.

Thanks to all for their participation in the discussion on the previous post on this topic. The next edition of the ITBHU Chronicle will have more on this from Yogesh Upadhyaya CHE 1977.
Stay tuned.

- ITBHU Global Alumni Association Team

Update: There are links from various newspapers in the comments left by our dear fellow ITBHU family members, but this one deserves special mention.

Rajat Harlalka EEE05 says:

This news article is interesting - http://www.ddinews.gov.in/Homepage/Homepage+-+Other+Stories/awrgt.htm

"The faculty at the Baranas Hindu University on Thursday hailed the Union Government's decision to upgrade the Institute of Technology of the university to Indian Institute of Technology status and termed it as a historic decision.

The Union Cabinet's decision to upgrade IT BHU to the IIT status is a historic decision which will go a long way to the development of the higher research in the institution,the faculty and the students, S N Upadhyay, Director IT, BHU told a news agency."

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 Rajat Harlalka said:

Official press release from MHRD - http://pib.nic.in/release/release.asp?relid=40469. More or less says the same thing.

July 17, 2008 1:36 AM
 Anonymous said:


Its a great news to hear, but the very first thing that comes to my mind is that for how much time we have to wait to be called as one of the IIT.

3rd Year
Biomedical Eng.

July 17, 2008 2:03 AM
 ITWala said:

"It would also address State/Region specific technology related problems of States/UTs situated in the IITs’ Zones."

Anyone have any idea what this line in release means?


July 17, 2008 2:53 AM
 Animesh Pathak CSE03 said:

@ITWala: It means that the IITs will help in technology-related issues of the locations where they are -- e.g., IT-BHU can help clean the Ganga in Varanasi [which, BTW, it has been doing under Prof. V.B.Mishra and others]


July 17, 2008 3:01 AM
 If_Only said:

Hello All,
This marks the culmination of the series of the decision making going on at the Union Cabinet, regarding the final say as to whether the IT-BHU should be upgraded to IIT status or not.
The said process started at the helms of the Union cabinet on the day when the decision for 13 Medical Colleges to be upgraded to AIIMS "like" institution was taken. At that time it was not sufficiently highlighted. But for the first time the ‘in principle opinion’ was made for IT-BHU's rightful elevation.
In essence what today's decision marks is the Final Go Ahead from the Executive side, pending resolution of few outstanding issues concerning the modalities of the conversion vis-à-vis BHU's stand.
Now to a great extent the ball is in the BHU's court. The BHU Administration must try its best to resolve any difference, which are bound to arise to settle to the advantage of IT which it has solemnly mustered in what is said as once in a life time phenomena.
One of the outstanding issues is the nomenclature of the IIT. But most importantly the clubbing of the BHU's VC post with the Chairman of the Board of the Governors of the upgraded IIT in Varanasi is a serious cause of concern. What has brought me to this point of analysis is one of a clause in the BHU Act, which says that the VC of the BHU shall be a Hindu. Now what it means is that if one clubs both the posts then essentially one is talking to restrict the post of the Chairman BOG of an IIT based on a particular religion. While that may be justified for the BHU which was established in early part of 20th century given the very nature and the contemporary set of the said university in the pre-colonial era, it would certainly be a mammoth task for any govt to maintain it for institutions created after independence which are Non-Minority in nature.
I sincerely hope that the BHU Admin must have chalked out a well thought of plan to tackle such ticklish questions.
Anyways the prospects are very positive at this point of time. Even if the Govt falls on 22nd, the hopes will still be alive and IT_BHU will most probably see that getting matured and materialized, be it the Congress or the BJP...... be it the year 2008 or or for matter 2009..
Only this is let the BHU Admin know when and how it has to maneuver the balls, which now lies solely in its court ...........


July 17, 2008 3:43 AM
 Rajat Harlalka said:


"A meeting of the cabinet, presided over by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, also approved the takeover of the Institute of Technology (IT)-Varanasi under the IIT system, which has won global praise for the quality of education it has been imparting for over four decades.

IT-Varanasi currently functions under the Benaras Hindu University. "

July 17, 2008 4:55 AM
 rahul said:

Great news guys .... congrats all :)

July 17, 2008 6:31 AM
 Anonymous said:

Congrats !

I am just curious. Does "In principle" mean something here?

July 17, 2008 1:35 PM
 nitin said:

One more confusion I have . If govt doesn't survive on 22th july & next govt is not of congress Will it be able to taking the issue with same energy ?
If_Only analysis is good .I think Student Body & Alumni need to assure that BHU Admin works smoothly for its transition .

July 17, 2008 3:51 PM
 If_Only said:

IT-BHU Admin hails the decision..But no clear news on the opinion of the BHU Admin as such.


July 17, 2008 7:57 PM
 If_Only said:

Since the session of the new 6 IITs that are to be started this year will commence from 23rd of July, it is a possibility that the Centre may come up with an ordinance to that effect in very immediate future.


July 17, 2008 8:03 PM
 Varun said:

One thing I cannot understand is that Why an "in principle approval" is given instead of formal approval

July 17, 2008 10:31 PM
 CHANDAN said:

Does any body have any idea about How soon they will change the name to iit bhu or iit varanasi???



July 17, 2008 11:19 PM
 ITWala said:

I guess the "in-principle" approval means that the formalities of the takeover...including financial implications have not been worked out yet.
Also as other people have pointed out concurrence of the BHU Executive Council is required.

July 18, 2008 3:22 AM
 Rajat Harlalka EEE05 said:

This news article is interesting - http://www.ddinews.gov.in/Homepage/Homepage+-+Other+Stories/awrgt.htm

"The faculty at the Baranas Hindu University on Thursday hailed the Union Government's decision to upgrade the Institute of Technology of the university to Indian Institute of Technology status and termed it as a historic decision.

The Union Cabinet's decision to upgrade IT BHU to the IIT status is a historic decision which will go a long way to the development of the higher research in the institution,the faculty and the students, S N Upadhyay, Director IT, BHU told a news agency."

July 18, 2008 3:33 AM
 Anonymous said:

Here is one more from a Hindi Daily:


July 18, 2008 4:51 AM
 vijay said:

hii congrats..
but how much time it will take for it's conversion into an iit

July 18, 2008 8:39 AM
 Anonymous said:

Hi all:

It was nice to see postings here. Thanks to anonymous, If_only, Rajat and others, the site has become lively again. We all are aware of news about cabinet granting approval for conversion of IT to IIT. By end of next month, Parliament will amend the IIT Act, 1961 and add our institute in the list by passing the Bill.

I had a brief talk with our VC Prof D P Singh today about IIT issue. He told me that he has also heard the news about cabinet's decision
to convert IT-BHU to IIT. However, he has still to receive official written reply.

About the name of the new institute, he is not aware of any. (During my earlier talk with former VC Prof Panjab Singh, he stated that it will be IIT-BHU only. Let us wait what govt. has to say.)

About modifying BHU Act, he told me that it will be done by the parliament, and not by the university.

About separation of IT from BHU, he informed me that it can be started by BHU Executive Council only after getting directive from the central govt. for that effect.

So far, the steps appear to be:

1)Cabinet approves the conversion (done)
2)Parliament modified the IIT Act and includes our institute in the list of IITs to be established.
3)Parliament modifies BHU Act, to allow separation of IT from BHU.
4) BHU Executive Council approves separation of IT.
6)Govt. notifies IT about completing formalities
7)Institute informs govt. that it has met all the necessary legal requirements
8)Govt. notifies conversion in Gazzette Extraordinary
9)Govt. finally officially announces IT as IIT.

Some steps may run parallel.


Yogesh Upadhyaya
chemical 1977

July 18, 2008 10:16 AM
 Anonymous said:

Can someone tell me that how much time would all these steps take and if it is done before the 2008 passout batch get the degree then what degree would be awarded :ITBHU or IIT.

nikhil gupta
cera 08

July 18, 2008 9:43 PM
 Yogesh K. Upadhyaya said:

Hi Nikhil:

The entire conversion process is expected to last for 4-6 months. We can expect the final official announcement for IIT for our institute by the end of this year.

The passout of class of 2009 are guranteed for IIT degree. For the class of 2008, (which will be awarded degree in March 2009)it is upto the IT and BHU administration; and central govt. has no say in it.

Yogesh Upadhyaya
chemical 1977

July 19, 2008 8:56 AM
 Raj said:

Dear Yogesh Ji,
First of all I would like to thak you for being so active in the process of upgradation of IT-BHU to IIT.
Can you please tell me what will be the future of the process in case Government falls on 22nd July.


July 20, 2008 10:07 PM
 Mithilesh singh said:

I want ITBHU converted to IIT BHU

July 21, 2008 9:12 PM
 Anonymous said:

Hello Mr. If_Only,

Where did you find this info that only a Hindu can be VC of BHU. I tried finding that out on BHU act but it says that university does not discriminate the ppl based on religion for students and office bearers.



Before doing such analysis, I guess you should have verified the truth.

July 22, 2008 3:41 AM
 Anonymous said:

so finally the gov won the trust vote .It is very good NEWS for IT BHU...BUT DONT KNOW HOW FAR IT IS GOOD FOR COUNTRY.Now i think this conversion process will take place easily...

July 22, 2008 7:21 AM
 Anonymous said:

The government wining the trust vote indicates the smooth process for conversion...
Till now, this appeared to be a biggest threat to the conversion...

July 22, 2008 8:02 AM
 Anonymous said:

Let us leave the political debate to other boards...for the sake of the IIT conversion, the government prevaling is a good sign..

July 22, 2008 8:06 AM
 Anonymous said:

Now that we have Manmohan in power for next six months .I think Its time for alumnus to be proactive.

July 22, 2008 9:39 AM
 Gaurav said:

It's good to see everybody's excitement. Now lets hope that conversion takes place soon. It will be great to have a brand like IIT on our resume ...after all IIT is the biggest Indian brand after "Taj Mahal".


Gaurav Bhasin
Met 02

July 23, 2008 10:31 AM
 basava said:

hi yogesh

"The conversion will take around a year with the government modifying the BHU Act 1915 in Parliament" - business standard.

When will Govt modify BHU act.


July 23, 2008 7:51 PM
 Gitesh said:

hi everyone:

can anybody tell me that will the packages offered to m.pharma (dual degree prog.) students improve after this conversion as it would be the only iit offering this course?

July 25, 2008 2:43 AM
 Anonymous said:


The packages offered to ITBHU students are same as those offered to IIT. There is not discrimination. Both are premier institutions.

July 25, 2008 5:42 AM
 CHANDAN said:

here is link for Presentation by Secretary(HE) in the Inaugural Session of two-day Conference of State Ministers for Higher and Technical Education.


According to this presentation govt has proposed to convirt it bhu to an IIT. But there is nothing mentioned about the conversion process while they have full plan for setting up 8 new IIT. I dont understand why they are not coming up with full plan for IT BHU also . Also in the map they are showing only 8 new IIT leaving IT BHU also there. Does this mean IT BHU will be convirted to an IIT in next yr plan not in 11th yr plan.

July 25, 2008 3:37 PM
 Anonymous said:

I think as per former discussions, ITBHU conversion will be done by next year, not as a part of XI year plan. Looks like that from Mr. Yogesh Upadhyaya's discussions.

July 25, 2008 7:48 PM
 Raj said:

hi everyone.
I got to know that Govt. is planning for ordnance for new IITs. Is our conversion process also needs ordnance.If it needs by what time it may come.


July 25, 2008 10:05 PM
 ITWala said:

Interesting article regarding transition of Roorkee Univ to IIT

August 1, 2008 5:11 AM
 Anonymous said:


Could you please send us the extract/report for the above link? I am not able to see this article as link to the page directs to another advertisement page.


New BHU campus - Mammoth size
3950 acres!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1


August 2, 2008 10:09 AM
 Rajat Harlalka said:


Excerpts from a statement made by Secretary, MHRD at IIT Rajasthan inauguration -

"Secretary, Ministry of HRD, RP Agarwal said that being the pioneer batch, the students would be setting an example for the coming batches. There are nine more IITs coming up as per the 11th five year plan. Thirty teaching posts and 33 non-faculty positions have been sanctioned, he said. Apart from this, there is a plan to upgrade IT-Benaras Hindu University, he said.

August 4, 2008 12:25 AM
 varun said:

Read this link on IIT Rajasthan Inauguration


August 4, 2008 3:54 AM
 Anonymous said:

Sorry..for the long article...This details how Roorkee was converted..

The making of an IIT -- Roorkee Univ in the throes of transition
Saumya Bhattacharya

New Delhi : The government has appointed an expert committee to go into the mechanism of the changeover of the Roorkee University into IIT, Roorkee. It is expected to submit its report in three months time, according to highly placed sources in the department of education. The panel would identify the modalities of structural changes needed for the transition.
Following the announcement in Budget 2001, last week the Union Cabinet approved the changeover of Roorkee University to a full-fledged IIT. When Parliament reassembles in May, an amendment to the Institutes of Technology Act, 1961, would be put forward. One of the first modifications would be the change in the name of the university to IIT, Roorkee. The Finance Minister had announced in the Budget for the year 2001-02 that the Roorkee University would be upgraded to an IIT.

Sources pointed out that the non-Plan spend on the new IIT has been enhanced to Rs 45 crore for the year 2001-2002 compared to Rs 30 crore being spent annually by the Uttar Pradesh government on Roorkee University. This amount would be utilised for the increased salaries of the employees and for maintenance of the new IIT. Sources pointed out that the full fiscal impact would be known only when the changeover is implemented.

On the Plan side, the government has set aside an amount of Rs 110 crore for infrastructure upgradation. This would be invested over a period of three years.

The making of an IIT: Roorkee Univ in the throes of transitionGovernance structure The entire existing governance structure of the Roorkee University will be abolished. It would no longer have a vice-chancellor, instead, as an IIT it will now be headed by a full-time director. Also, the nomenclature of the IIT family would come into effect, the official explained.

For instance, IIT Delhi is an autonomous statutory organisation functioning within the Institutes of Technology Act as amended by The Institutes of Technology (Amendent) Act, 1963. The six Indian Institutes of Technology (at Delhi, Bombay, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras and Guwahati) are administered centrally by the IIT Council, an apex body established by the government to co-ordinate activities of these Institutes. The minister for human resource development of the Government of India is the chairman of the council. Each institute of technology has a board of governors responsible for its overall administration and control.

The IIT Senate decides the academic policy of the Institute, and approves curriculum, courses and examination results. It appoints committees to look into specific academic matters arising from time to time. The teaching, training and research activities of various departments at the Institute are constantly under review to improve both facilities and standards. The director of the institute is the chairman of the Senate. Financial advice to the institute is rendered by a Finance Committee. ``This structure will now come into place at Roorkee University,'' says a source close to the changeover.

According to a top official in the department of education, the conversion of Roorkee University to an IIT is part of the overall strategy of the Union Ministry for Human Resource Development to promote the middle-level institutions to high-level institutions. This is the first of the series of conversions. The long-term plan is to convert as many regional engineering colleges to IIT as possible. Incidentally, the Mashelkar Committee has also recommended converting regional engineering colleges to IITs.

Elaborating on the reasons, a Ministry official pointed out: ``This is a better option, as setting up new IITs entails a much bigger investment.'' The Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, for example, is being set up at a cost of Rs 1,000 crore.

Bonanza time!
If the amendment to the Institutes of Technology Act, 1961, is effected in May when Parliament reassembles, it would mean a mega bonanza for the students. The graduates passing out this year then would graduate with the much-coveted title of `IIT graduates'! It is also bonanza time for the Roorkee University staff who stand to get a much higher salary after the conversion of the university to an IIT. According to the sources at the Union Ministry of Human Resources, the expert panel is currently reviewing the salary structure. On the issue of selection of faculty, the sources pointed out that the selection of Roorkee University faculty is already on the same lines as the IITs - entirely on the basisof merit.

August 5, 2008 9:54 AM
 Anonymous said:

any furthure update....???

August 12, 2008 1:47 AM
 Anonymous said:

Here is some update:

TOI:(Varanasi edition)
Meet held to discuss IT-BHU conversion to IIT

A meeting of senior advisor to planning commision Bhaskar Chatterjee and authorities of BHU was held on Monday to discuss IT-BHU to IIT conversion.
Through a presentation IT-BHU director SN Upadhyaya highlighted the current strength of institute and its requirements after it is converted to IIT. THe other issues discussed were strengthening infrastructure,lecture halls, etc..

August 12, 2008 9:00 AM
 Anonymous said:

Please post the link.

August 12, 2008 1:32 PM
 varun said:

Unable to find this news even searched on google. Please post this URL

August 13, 2008 1:06 AM
 it2iit said:

The news was published in TOI varanasi city edition, which is is nowhere on internet.. so couldn't post the URL...
but the news is TRUE..
although a snapshot can be arranged..

August 13, 2008 3:53 AM
 varun said:

please scan and post the news if possible.

August 13, 2008 4:16 AM
 Suman said:

Same updates can be traced in following link
please check it out

August 13, 2008 4:56 AM
 varun said:

This is great news. It means the proceedings have started to convert it into IIT

August 13, 2008 9:32 PM
 Raj said:

This really is a boosting news. Can anyone tell about the final details of tabling the bill of ITBHU to IIT in monsoon session of Parliament directly or it will come through an ordnance.

August 14, 2008 1:14 AM
 Anonymous said:

Well it is true that people from the planning commission had come to assess the conversion process and director himself had mentioned it in the workshop of Pragyan

August 14, 2008 8:44 AM
 Anonymous said:

Though the talks for conversion are going on, it seems surprising that most of news channels and media still talk of 8 (instead of 9) more IIT's...
The honorable Prime Minister, too, in his Independence Day speech mentioned 8 IIT's!!!!!!

Am I missing the word "NEW"? If that is correct, even then IIT-V or IIT-BHU would also be a new IIT....

August 16, 2008 7:00 PM
 Raj said:

Well lets see what happens.All eyes on Monsoon Session of Parliament. Bill should go through the parliament otherwise...!!!!


August 17, 2008 6:59 PM
 varun said:

I think we should not get misguided by the news. Since cabinet has approved the conversion and the process for conversion has started as evident from the planning commission visit, surely there will be IIT-V.

We should also closely watch the coming monsoon parliament session for modification of IIT Act and inclusion of IT-BHU in it.

August 17, 2008 11:28 PM
 Anonymous said:

One of our batchmate who met Joint Secretary of Higher Education, informed us that IT-BHU coversion to IIT is already approved by parliament.

August 20, 2008 12:52 PM
 Raj said:

But even the bill is to be introduced and paased in the parliament. What about the ITBHU conversion to IIT bill. Whether that has been finalised to be introduced in the parliament monsoon session or not???
Can antone clarify this.

August 20, 2008 7:18 PM
 Raj said:

Ananymous:Then what is left. Please clarify following:
1. why final paper has not come yet.
2. Why In principle acceptance by Cabinet.

August 20, 2008 8:18 PM
 Anonymous said:

when it has been done .. ? during the trust vote session ?

August 20, 2008 8:59 PM
 Raj said:

dear all
what is the progress of conversion.

August 23, 2008 8:31 PM
 Animesh Pathak CSE03 said:

The list of steps, as reported by Yogesh at this page.

To re-state:
So far, the steps appear to be:

"1)Cabinet approves the conversion (done)
2)Parliament modified the IIT Act and includes our institute in the list of IITs to be established.
3)Parliament modifies BHU Act, to allow separation of IT from BHU.
4) BHU Executive Council approves separation of IT.
6)Govt. notifies IT about completing formalities
7)Institute informs govt. that it has met all the necessary legal requirements
8)Govt. notifies conversion in Gazzette Extraordinary
9)Govt. finally officially announces IT as IIT.

Some steps may run parallel."

August 24, 2008 12:47 AM
 Raj said:

Thanks for sending details.
Actually I wanted to know about the proceedings(Status) of the steps those are not done yet.


August 24, 2008 6:31 PM
 Ashish Kumar Tyagi said:

Dear All,

Is anyone aware of the new IIT that has been proposed by the UP Govt. This new IIT would be in Lucknow. I read this news two days back in the Mail Daily newspaper (24/08/2008) while on a flight to Singapore. The paper had one article which highlighted the glory that UP CM has brought to the state and also her statement which said that she is trying for an IIT LUCKNOW in the state.

Are we people on the rite track? Does the delay in the conversion process relates to this news anyways?

Everyone knows that if this comes out to be true, then we may be expect some shocking news from the centre. Nobody knows the reason behind the political alliances these days......

Ashish Kumar Tyagi

August 25, 2008 1:26 AM
 it2iit said:

It has been heard that the director has instructed the wmg of the institute(currently a new it-bhu site is being made by student volunteers)
that he is targetting the IIT-BHU website which would be up in 4-5 months.
He must have something in his mind about the conversion process. Anyone can contact the director and upadate the issue...

August 25, 2008 10:36 AM
 Anonymous said:

about mayawati's IIT news : .. she is trying to have an inst "like" IIT at lucknow .. and an inst like IISc in noida .. , they will not be an IIT or IISc .. may be, they will be having a great funding and infrastructure from UPSTC .. ( by the way, just a piece of another info to add further .. UPSTC somehow been very active in last two years.. )

August 25, 2008 9:02 PM
 mangam.baburao said:

IT BHU must be converted in to a IIT.VARANASI

August 26, 2008 3:16 AM
 varun said:

That is what everyone is interested in. The only question is at what stage of conversion we are and how much more time it would take.

August 26, 2008 3:54 AM
 Anonymous said:

Govt. has postpone the monsoon session of the parliament till 16th oct.Now the parliament session will start on 17th oct and end on 21st Nov. So again there will be further delay due to this development.

August 27, 2008 2:20 AM
 Raj said:

Animesh, Can you please tell me what is the status of the points that Mr. Yogesh has mentioned for the conversion.
What is the latest update.

August 27, 2008 10:37 PM
 varun said:

Would be nice if Yogesh ji updates everyone on the status ?

Thanks in advance

August 28, 2008 12:20 AM
 Animesh Pathak CSE03 said:

Hi all,
The latest updates are in the upcoming Chronicle, which will be posted in a few days. We will also post a news item on the main page. Please be a little patient :).


August 28, 2008 12:26 AM
 Raj said:

Well the Monsoon session has been postponed till 16 Oct as per some media news.

August 28, 2008 8:34 PM
 varun said:

Animesh, Please give the summary at least till the new chroncile is ready.

August 28, 2008 9:04 PM
 Animesh said:

Dear all,
Updates are posted at this new link, and commenting on this post is now closed.

See you at the latest post!
P.S. Check out the new format of the Chronicle.

August 30, 2008 2:29 PM
 Lara23GLENNA said:

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May 26, 2010 8:37 AM
 Anonymous said:

This upgration of IT-BHU to IIT-Benanas is a really exiting and long memorablr NEWS for those parents/gaurdians those who have sent their wards to IT-BHU.

K A Shah

July 28, 2010 1:09 AM

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July 3, 2008
IITBHU Global Editor @ 01:01 AM

[From Mr. G.K.Bhatt of the 1958 batch, sent to us by Dr. S Mullick]
My dear Guru Bhai ........,

To celebrate the Golden Year of BENCO 1958 batch, a together was arranged on 8th of June 2008. Sri Ram Surat Singh, Sri R. S. Shukla, Sri H. N. Nigam, G. K. Bhatt and Sri P. C. Dixit [1957 batch] attended the celebration along with their family.

G. K. Bhatt welcomed all by presenting a bonquet along with Gurujan's Photograph.

R. S. Shukla sang the College geet ' Hand in hand we go together....' along with 'Kul-geet' ' Madhur Manohar, Ativ Sunder Yeh Vishwa Vidya Ki Rajdhani.......'

This was followed by deliberation of days at College and Dinner.

With wishes.
G. K. Bhatt
The picture of the Golden Jubilee Reunion are here.

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