The first PMIPCC Members’ Network Meeting of the year was held on 8 February at Hotel Radisson, Gachibowli. It was a full house, attended by more than 150 chapter members. It was conducted in association with the Tribal Welfare Engineering Department (TWED), Hyderabad circle, and focused on the challenges faced in infrastructure development in the government sector.There were knowledge sharing sessions by Christina Z. Chongthu, IAS, commissioner, tribal welfare; A. Murali, IAS, director general, state archives, Government of Telangana; K. Bikshapathi, director general, National Academy of Construction; and P. Muralidhar, senior associate professor, National Institute of Construction Management and Research.The chapter signed a memorandum of understanding with TWED, Hyderabad circle, to spread project management knowledge in the state, with special focus on public sector enterprises engaged in infrastructure building and maintenance.
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