Malojiraje Chhatrapati, honorary secretary, AISSM Society, said, “Through this collaborative effort we are poised to drive innovation in water management and cater to domestic water management needs. This partnership signifies a step forward in addressing critical water challenges and sets a promising precedent for future endeavors in sustainable resource management.”
The skill courses will have four modules and the longest one will be of 45 days which would train individuals for managing water treatment plants, RO plants, waste water management among others.
CREDAI Maharashtra secretary, Vidyanand Bedekar, said, “We aim to develop innovative solutions for water management, thereby offering hope for a more sustainable future.”
Candidates who complete this course will get job opportunities as technicians, supervisors among others as there is a great demand for such skilled manpower in this sector, said principal of the college, D. S. Bormane. Students will also get certificates at the end of the course. The commencement date of the course will soon be announced by the college.