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Chitkara University Collaborative Public Health Engineering Training with MGSIPA

Published on January 11, 2024 | 122 views

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Chitkara University, in collaboration with the Mahatma Gandhi State Institute of Public Administration (MGSIPA), Punjab, hosted a three-day residential hands-on training program focused on applied engineering, specifically tailored for the Public Health Engineering (PHE) domain.

The inauguration of the third batch, a significant milestone in this collaborative initiative, was graced by Dr. Archana Mantri, Vice Chancellor of Chitkara University, Punjab, and Mukesh Garg, Chief Engineer of Punjab Local Government.

Dr. Mantri, in her address, commended the fruitful partnership between MGSIPA and Chitkara University, highlighting the critical importance of unlearning and relearning skills for maintaining relevance and competence in the competitive global landscape. She emphasised the need for practical, hands-on training in applied engineering to bridge the gap between theoretical knowledge and real-world challenges, especially in the dynamic field of Public Health Engineering.

The hands-on training program, a testament to the commitment of both institutions towards skill development, is structured to train a total of 150 participants across five batches within a two-month timeframe. The curriculum is designed to provide participants with practical insights and experience in the application of engineering principles to address public health challenges.

Through this collaboration, Chitkara University and MGSIPA are contributing to the development of a skilled workforce well-equipped to tackle the complexities of the Public Health Engineering domain. The program aligns with the broader vision of promoting applied engineering and fostering practical skills that directly impact societal well-being.

Chitkara University and MGSIPA’s collaborative effort in hosting the hands-on training program signifies a strategic commitment to addressing real-world challenges in the Public Health Engineering domain. As the initiative progresses, both institutions remain dedicated to nurturing a skilled workforce capable of making meaningful contributions to the field. This program not only exemplifies a synergy between academia and practical expertise but also sets a precedent for future collaborations aimed at advancing applied engineering in critical domains.

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