Sanskriti University ties-up with Aharada Education for Drone Training Certification Course

 

Sanskriti University ties-up with Aharada Education (Aviation Institution) and started a Drone Driving Training certification course in the university. The aim of launching this certification course is exploring and training students in skill development for drone technology. The training course was inaugurated by the Chancellor of Sanskriti University Sachin Gupta by flying a drone.

According to the university, the tie-ups are to equip students with the latest digital skills required in drone technology and help students to be armed with emerging digital skills before they enter the competitive workforce. This certification course requires 15 days of training and thereafter students will also be issued a certificate for this.

Capt. Deepak Bhalla, Managing Director, Aharada Education said “Giving an insightful information about the future of drones, he said that drone training can be taken by a student of any subject. In the near future the use of drones is going to be very widespread. Drones are increasingly being used in agriculture, in surveying, in construction work, in defence, in the field of surveillance and this use will increase rapidly and the future is very bright in our country. Also, the Indian government is taking big steps to rapidly increase the manufacture and use of drones.

VC of Sanskriti University, Dr. Tanmay Goswami, who was present in the seminar, while motivating the students said that employment opportunities in this field are increasing rapidly. Students can make their future by taking interest in it. He said that the drone will be the most used device of the future, it is estimated by experts.

On this occasion, the Drone Training Course was inaugurated by the Chancellor of Sanskriti University Sachin Gupta by flying a drone. Meenakshi Sharma, Officer on Special Duty, Sanskriti University, Drone Instructor of Aharada Education, Tarun, Mohit Mehra were also present in the program.

 

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