IIM Bodh Gaya To Train Bihar Government Engineers

The Water Resources Department’s IIM Bodh Gaya and the Water and Land Management Institute (WALMI) on Friday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to organize a special training program for engineers and officers of the Water Resources Department.

Indian Institute of Management Bodh Gaya (IIM Bodh Gaya) and Bihar government have joined hands to conduct a specialised training programme for engineers and officials of the Water Resources department.

The agreement was signed by Dr Vinita S Sahay, Director IIM Bodh Gaya and Padma Kant Jha, Director-WALMI.

“The motive behind providing specialized training to our engineers and executives is to enable them with the required skills, time management and better handling of complex challenges on the job. I am sure that the training program will help our engineers to meet the day to day challenges. This MoU will also include development of effective time management skills among the engineers.” Stated by Bihar’s Water Resources Minister Sanjay Kumar Jha who was also present on the occasion.

The minister further said, “Our Chief Minister Nitish Kumar himself was an engineer. The CM always asks officials to complete projects in a time-bound manner. This MoU intends to provide expertise to the engineers that will further enable them to work more efficiently”.

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