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IPE signs pact with CIRE

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HYDERABAD: The Institute of Public Enterprise (IPE), Hyderabad, and the Central Institute for Rural Electrification (CIRE), New Delhi, have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate in research, training and consultancy.

The MoU would enable the power sector in the country to professionalise its managerial cadre at the junior, middle and senior levels.

In a press release, the IPE Director, Prof R.K. Mishra, said the IPE and CIRE would design programmes for the power sector. They have already agreed to start their collaboration by launching programmes in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). The MoU was signed by Prof Mishra and Dr P.S. Rao, Additional Director, CIRE, which is under the Union Department of Power.

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