Pact inked to impart training in Arunachal power sector
POWER & RENEWABLE ENERGY

Pact inked to impart training in Arunachal power sector

The Rajiv Gandhi Government Polytechnic (RGGP) in Itanagar and the Hydropower Development Corporation of Arunachal Pradesh Ltd (HPDCAPL) have signed a deed of agreement (DoA) for a ‘jal urja skill development programme’.

The objective of the DoA, which was signed by HPDCAPL chairman Toko Onuj and RGGP principal Taba Tath, is to impart training in the power sector under the Jalurjamitra Skill Development Programme by the HPDCAPL, through the Roorkee IIT’s renewable energy department, while the RGGP will provide laboratory infrastructure, technical staff, hostels, and other facilities.

The HPDCAPL has also assured to “impart various industrial training programmes for the students of the RGGP as part of academic curriculum, and assist for the completion of the projects assigned to the students as and when it is required”, the RGGP informed in a release, adding that “placement opportunity can be created if the students are found eligible for the required job opportunities under the HPDCAPL”.

See also:
Dependence on coal increases despite green energy push
Goa lays out ambitious plan for zero emissions by 2050


The Rajiv Gandhi Government Polytechnic (RGGP) in Itanagar and the Hydropower Development Corporation of Arunachal Pradesh Ltd (HPDCAPL) have signed a deed of agreement (DoA) for a ‘jal urja skill development programme’. The objective of the DoA, which was signed by HPDCAPL chairman Toko Onuj and RGGP principal Taba Tath, is to impart training in the power sector under the Jalurjamitra Skill Development Programme by the HPDCAPL, through the Roorkee IIT’s renewable energy department, while the RGGP will provide laboratory infrastructure, technical staff, hostels, and other facilities. The HPDCAPL has also assured to “impart various industrial training programmes for the students of the RGGP as part of academic curriculum, and assist for the completion of the projects assigned to the students as and when it is required”, the RGGP informed in a release, adding that “placement opportunity can be created if the students are found eligible for the required job opportunities under the HPDCAPL”. See also: Dependence on coal increases despite green energy pushGoa lays out ambitious plan for zero emissions by 2050

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