Hyderabad: Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad, (JNTUH) has signed an MoU with Hexagon Capability Centre India Private Limited (HCCI) on Tuesday with the aim to provide training to students in the emerging area of satellite-based navigation in the management of natural resources by setting up a state-of-art ‘Global Navigation Satellite System laboratory’ in the Centre for Spatial Information Technology at JNTUH.
HCCI will also provide internships with financial support, and job opportunities to the students. It’s also open to students from other JNTUs.
There will be 53 sessions in total over three days.
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