IRTC initiated a training program organized by KILA aimed at sanitation and waste management. The training was conducted for Haritha Karmasena members who are working in the field of waste management. Training for the first batch held from September 18th to 20th and it contains 50 Haritha Karmasena members selected from various municipalities of Kerala.
The training programme aims to share scientific and practical knowledge related to waste management and sanitation to the public through Haritha Karmasena. The IRTC is a state-level recognized institution for the ‘excellence in waste management’ by the Government of Kerala. The solid waste management section of the IRTC has the technical resources and training resources to transmit scientific information through practical training.
Inauguration of the three-day camp was held at IRTC auditorium on September 18th at 10 am. IRTC registrar K.K. Janardhanan introduced the programme on behalf of the dais. The major objectives of the camp were introduced by programme coordinator Prof. V R Raghunandan. Course director Dr. Sunny George (KILA) explained about the relevance of the training. Course coordinator Saifuddin T.S. and Jai Somanathan, regional coordinator of Haritha Sahaya Sthapanam, had a talk with trainees.