Learn new technologies constantly, Railway probationers told.
SECUNDERABAD: The Indian Railways Institute of Signal Engineering and Telecommunications (IRISET), Secunderabad was host to the ‘Passing Out’ function of 28 Indian Railways Service of Signal Engineering (IRSSE) Probationary Officers-2014 Batch at its premises, at a function held today i.e. 12th June 2017 at IRISET Auditorium. Akhil Agrawal, Director General (S&T), Railway Board, New Delhi and Vinod Kumar Yadav, General Manager, South Central Railway presented the Passing Out certificates and mementoes to the Probationary Officers. A souvenir named “Prathibhimb” containing the articles of probationers was released on the occasion.
Addressing the gathering of Railway Officers, Probationers etc, the Chief Guest, Akhil Agrawal stated that learning is a continuous process and it is more relevant in the scenario of fast changing technology. Indian Railways and Signal & Telecommunications department are continuously progressing with the help of technological advantages. He said that the future of Indian Railways is significantly dependent imbibing advanced technologies for efficient services to the passengers. He called upon the Probationary Officers to assimilate the working of all departments in railways and resolve on hardworking.
Vinod Kumar Yadav, General Manager, SCR, who presided over the function advised the probationers to develop positive approach in working and own the organization for better satisfaction. He also stated that duty mindedness and responsibility are key factors for the growth of individuals. He called upon them to identify the problematic areas in the field and work for the system improvements.
L.P.Sinha, Director, IRISET in his welcome address detailed that 28 Probationary Officers of IRSSE 2014 have passed out successfully in the training programme. He informed that IRISET has been imparting training in various modules of signal engineering & telecommunications including to trainees from foreign countries and Public Sector Undertakings.
Earlier, Akhil Agrawal inaugurated renovated “Blue Bells” primary school run by IRISET Women’s Welfare Organization at Railway Colony, Mettuguda. A 32 seat ISUZU SML Bus was flagged off by Akhil Agrawal, Director General, Railway Board in the presence of L.P.Sinha, Director, IRISET. A modern Interactive White Board with advanced features of Teaching Aid was inaugurated in one of the classrooms.