METER READERS CAN HELP BUILD GOOD IMAGE OF PWD: SHRI BORKAR

Panaji, April 15, 2015 …. A special training sessions has been organized at Conference Hall, PWD at Altinho by Public Work Department in association with Indian Water Works Association Goa Centre to impart quality training to the Meter readers

The training Session was inaugurated by Principal Chief Engineer of PWD,  Shri D.J. Borkar by lighting a traditional lamp. Chairman, W.W.A. Shri V. S. Sawant, Project Director of JICA Shri A. M. Wachasunder, Chief Engineer –II, Shri S. R. Paranjape, Ex. Chairman of IWWA, Shri R. G. Deo, Superintending Engineer Shri A. S. Panchamukhi and Secretary, IWWA, Shri G. N. Naik Parrikar were also present on the occasion.

 Speaking on the occasion Shri Borkar said, imparting of training to meter readers is very essential; it will help to build a good image of Public Work Department in the society. Lots of such adequate training sessions will be arranged in future to enhance the skill and to build up self confidence among such workers. He said public, expects better services from PWD for which the Department is committed.

 The Indian Water Works Association (IWWA) is a voluntary body of professionals concerned and connected with water supply for municipal, industrial, agricultural uses and treatment and disposal of wastewater. IWWA focuses basically on the entire “Water Cycle” encompassing the environmental, social, institutional and financing issues. Goa Center was established in September 2002, having eminent water professionals and multinational water corporations as members

 Earlier Shri Deo welcomed the guest. Shri John Marcello compered while Shri Naik Parrikar proposed vote of thanks.

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