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Human Resource Development


 
Human Resource Development
 
VSI offers a multitude of academic programs – both short-term and long-term – designed to upgrade and enhance the skills of Sugar Industry personnel. These include post-graduate diploma and certificate courses in Sugar Technology, Alcohol and Fermentation Technology, Sugar Engineering, Environmental Science, Computer and Microprocessor and Instrumentation. Several  short-term training programs are offered during off-season which aims at improving the competence of mangers, technologists, workers and farmers. Special need-based programs are mounted at the request of clients. Over 3000 professionals from India and abroad have so far been bestowed with VSI diplomas and certificates.

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