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Wednesday, June 07 2023

Inauguration of Solar Unit at SDM Women’s ITI College

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Ujire – 0.5% of the profits of banking and other institutions in India are earmarked for social work. Canara Bank joins hands with Selco to bring light to the lives of students. Secretary of SDM Educational Institutions said that students should adapt to the change. Harshendra Kumar said.

He was speaking at the inauguration function of a solar power plant at the Women’s ITI College in collaboration with Canara Bank and Selco Solar Light Pvt. Ltd.

the chief guest
Division Manager Sarvesh said,
In view of the assistance provided by Canara Bank on a social-oriented basis, a subsidy of three lakhs has been given for the solar unit in SDM Women’s ITI College. He said that there are job opportunities for those who have skills and Canara Bank will provide financial assistance for that.

Selco Solar Light Pvt. Manipal’s DGM Guruprakash Shetty said, “A workshop on solar energy was held in this college a year ago. With the cooperation of the principal and secretary, a solar unit was established in the college. To escape from extreme weather conditions, we need to pay attention to traditional forms of energy, and solar energy is a good example. By using solar, the country and the land He said that he contributed to both.

“This is a special contribution from SELCO for the growth of our organization. Solar power plant is becoming very important these days. If you think about the shortages, there is a way to utilize the facilities. In order to give a better society to the next generation, there is a necessity of solar plant in the place of depleting energies,” said the president of the program, SDM Educational Institutions Secretary Dr. Played by S. Satishchandra.

In the program, President of Ujire Canara Bank Unit Rajshri, Selco Solar Light Pvt. Manipal DGM Guruprakash Shetty
And professors and students of the college were present. Professor Sandya narrated. Prakash Kamat, Principal of the college welcomed and Meghna, a student, gave vote of thanks.

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