ONGC engineer honoured

"Nothing is easier than yesterday's solutions." - Roger Sperry   ONGC engineer conferred Master Trainer Award

ONGC engineer wins
Master Trainer Award

The honoree did commendable contribution to apprentices' training.


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Thesynergyonline Corporate Bureau

NEW DELHI, SEPTEMBER 05 :
ONGC engineer honoured

The Chief engineer of Energy major Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) Mr Rituraj Sahu has been felicitated and honored with the Master Trainer Award by the Minister of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship. Mr Sahu's honor came in the recognition of his commendable contribution in Apprentices Training.

A post graduate in Maintenance Engineering from IIT Delhi, Mr Rituraj Sahu has a long experience in training and guiding apprentices. He actively participated in satisfying the training needs of apprentices to fulfill the Government of India's goal Skill India Program. Mr Sahu has 11 years of experience in operation and maintenance of work over rigs and four years' experience in planning, coordination and execution of various shop related activities at Central Workshop.




The Minister of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship Dr Mahendra Nath Pandey and the Minister of State for Skill Development & Entrepreneurship Mr Raj Kumar Singh presenting award to ONGC Enginerer Mr Mr Rituraj Sahu . Also present on the ceremonious occasion were the Ministry's Secretary Dr K P Krishnan and Senior Advisor Mrs Sunita Sanghi. CodePen - Pull Quote

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