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Rosatom to train Indian engineers at a jointly set up centre in Ranchi

India’s Heavy Engineering Corporation Limited (HEC) and CNIITMASH a sister concern of Russia’s state nuclear energy corporation ROSATOM are jointly working on establishing a Center for General Engineering and Technical Training in the India’s city of Rachi.

First 200 engineers from HEC Ltd. will start their education program by the end of 2017 or early 2018, said a press release.

The training will be given nine different courses of one to four months duration and will be carried out by CNIITMASH specialists. 

The initiative aims at skill development of technical people, working in various engineering enterprises in India. Currently, CNIITMASH specialists are preparing training materials for the centre.

The Center is expected to raise efficiency of production in national energy and engineering sectors and to develop qualification of Indian engineers.

It may be mentioned here that Rosatom has undertaken an extensive programme to develop and train human resources for Bangladesh in its nuclear energy sector.

The Russian state company is implementing the first ever nuclear power plant of Bangladesh at Rooppur of Pabna district.

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