Centurion University Near Bhubaneswar Takes Up Skill Training Of Candidates From Chhattisgarh’s LWE Areas
Bhubaneswar: The Centurion University has undertaken medical technician training of candidates from Left Wing Extremists (LWE) areas of Chhattisgarh at its Jatni campus near the city.
With CSR support from National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC), the university launched the skill training of 60 candidates on OT Technician and Blood Bank Technician on Saturday. All the trainees are from the LWE areas of Dantewada and Bastar districts of Chhattisgarh.
Speaking at the inaugural function of the training programme, Sunil Upadhyay, general manager and CSR Head of NMDC appreciated the efforts of Centurion University and NMDC for arranging the novel skill training linked to employability in the healthcare sector.
Sunil Kumar Jha, Dean, School of Paramedics & Allied Health Sciences, Centurion University spoke on the courses available in School of Pharmacy, their relevance and achievements.
The Comptroller of Finance of Centurion University Debasish Panda highlighted different aspects of the unique skill development programme and options for further education in the health sector through multiple-entry multiple exit options.
Sanjeev Mishra, GM, Projects of Centurion University anchored the meeting along with Ashis Kumar Rout and Satyajit Pattnaik. Abhisek Tiria and Shobhan Garnaik from NMDC side and Preeti Parimanik, Itismita Dhal and Sanjay Gouda from Centurion University were also present at the event.
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