Rural Engineers Being Trained At AMU

Rural Engineers Being Trained At AMU

Aligarh, June 21 (TNA) A four-day training programme on Technical and Office Skills for Engineers and Office Staff of the Rural Engineering Department (RED), Aligarh Circle was inaugurated by Vice-Chancellor, Aligarh Muslim University, Prof. Tariq Mansoor at Z H College of Engineering & Technology on Monday.

The training programme aims at upgradation of technical skills and apprise them about latest updates to the engineers and office taff of the Rural Engineering Department (RED), Aligarh Circle has been organized by Geotechnical Engineering Section, Department of Civil Engineering of ZH College of Engineering and Technology. Around 60 Engineers and Office Staff have registered for the training.

Speaking at the inaugural function Prof. Mansoor said, “Over 75% of the population of the country lives in the village, the development in the rural areas, and provision of improved facilities for education, health-care and social needs in the villages, the urge for the migration to urban areas decreases, consequently assisting in balance development of the country as a whole. This training programme will encourage the engineers and office staff to identify their strengths and weaknesses in the framework.”

Appreciating the efforts of ZHCET the Guest of Honour Er Mohd Akram (Superintendent Engineer RED, Aligarh) said this training programme has been planned to focus on the “Technical and Office Skills” and disseminate knowledge to the RED engineers and office staff.

Dean Faculty of Engineering and Technology Prof M Altamush Siddiqui told the participants that ZHCET started way back in 1935 with 3 conventional branches of Civil, Electrical and Mechanical. He also urged the participants to take a feel of the beautiful campus of AMU.

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