Chief Engineer, Project Udayak
Pin : 931715, C/o 99 APO
Phone : 03759-240607, 242096
Email : bro-udk(at)

In the eighties, the two erstwhile easternmost Projects Vartak and Sewak had five and four Border Roads Task Forces respectively. It was felt that a new Project was required for better command and control. On 23 May 1989, a new Project named “Udayak “was sanctioned.

Project Udayak was raised on 01 Jun 1990 at Doomdooma, Assam  at the peak of militancy. Its two Task Forces, 48 BRTF and 752 BRTF were carved out from Projects Vartak and Sewak respectively to form the powerful arms of this Young Project. 

Being the easternmost Project, it was named Udayak, symbolic of the ‘Rising Sun’. The Project, was to take on responsibility of roads and other works in erstwhile districts of Siang, Lohit, Dibang Valley and Tirap of Arunachal Pradesh and Mon, Tuensang and Mokokchung districts of Nagaland.

The 48 Border Roads Task Force of Project Vartak and 752 Border Roads Task Force of Project Sewak with all their units, roads and other work came under Project Udayak from 01 Jun 1990. Col PK Choudhury, Commander 48 BRTF officiated as Chief Engineer of the new Project.

Achieving over 1132 meters of bridging, the Project had the distinction of giving the highest figure of bridging target for any Project in 2008-2009. Siku, Passighat (Longest departmental bridge) are example of the bridge construction capability of the Project. The present focus of the Project is on construction of roads to establish inter-valley connectivity. This is a mission undertaken with zeal, by the Project.

The 'Rising Sun' of the Project Udayak symbolizes new hopes and progress in the remotest regions of Eastern Arunachal Pradesh. With renewed developmental focus in this remote region. Project Udayak is committed to development of road infrastructure up to the farthest corner of Arunachal Pradesh. The Project remains committed to its motto ‘Achievement Through Excellence”.