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PG diploma in highway tech in August

Staff Reporter

HYDERABAD: The Transport Infrastructure Training Institute (TITI), a subsidiary of the National Academy of Construction (NAC), will launch a one-year postgraduate diploma course in Highway Technology (PGDHT) in August.

The course, intended for graduate civil engineers, would aim at augmenting human resources in the road construction industry, institute director K.B. Chandrasekhar told a press conference here on Monday.

Apart from a six-month intensive session of classroom training, the course comprises a six-month salaried internship with reputed organisations as well. Topics such as highway technology, traffic engineering and managerial soft skills will form part of the curriculum.

Foreign visits

Foreign visits to countries that have excelled in road engineering would also be part of the course, Prof. Chandrasekhar said. Interested civil engineers can walk in for an interview on the NAC campus on July 20. For registration and timings, contact NAC over phone numbers 2311 1915 to 1918, 94407-27657 and 93930 07908.

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