Solar power in India┬áis a fast developing industry. The country’s solar installed capacity reached 20 GW in February 2018.India expanded its solar-generation capacity 8 times from 2,650 MW on 26 May 2014 to over 20 GW as on 31 January 2018.The 20 GW capacity was initially targeted for 2022 but the government achieved the target four years ahead of schedule.The country added 3 GW of solar capacity in 2015-2016, 5 GW in 2016-2017 and over 10 GW in 2017-2018, with the average current price of solar electricity dropping to 18% below the average price of its coal-fired counterpart.

In January 2015, the Indian government expanded its solar plans by targeting US$100 billion of investment and 100 GW of solar capacity, including 40 GW directly from rooftop solar, by 2022.

Thus it is very important to trained people in field of solar energy sector.To promote the quality education to transform lives that will change the world for better future who can easily adopt the changing in solar energy environment. Also to increase employ-ability of unemployed youth by providing technical skill development training such as -:

  • Solar Energy Basic Fundamentals
  • Grid-Connected Solar Power Projects
  • Off-Grid Solar Power Projects
  • Hybrid Solar Power Projects
  • Project Development Cycle
  • Operation and Maintenance
  • Project Finance
  • Photo-VoltaicIndustry Overview
  • Entrepreneurship Development
  • Career Opportunities in SolarEnergy Sector