Minister for Rural Development and Housing Kimidi Mrinalini attended as a chief guest for the ‘Surya Mitrya’ training programme organised at our College.She  said  that the solar energy would help people in saving huge power bills while helping them to have assured power throughout the day. She said that the government had given a lot of importance to use of solar pumpsets in rural areas by providing huge subsidy.

The college management has taken up the skill development training programme for 30 youngsters in phase-1 in association with New and Renewable Energy Development Corporation of Andhra Pradesh.

Speaking on the occasion, she said that ITI and diploma students would get decent income with more number of people depending on solar energy for their needs.

Vizianagaram Collector Vivek Yadav asked the young trainers to improve their soft skills also to get jobs in private and public sector in future since solar energy market was booming in the country. “Technical skill always helps youngsters to generate more income easily. Surya Mitra programme certainly ensure decent livelihood for them in future,” he added.