The first batch of students graduating from the Centre for Heritage Management's Master in Heritage Management programme has received letters of interest from prestigious organizations. The office of the President of India has shown interest in seeking the help of qualified students to manage the archival wealth at Rashtrapati Bhavan. The announcement letter has indicated CHM students have also received letters from US-based National Park Society, Bangalanatak, Sabarmati Ashram, Mehrangarh in Jodhpur, Khamir, Savani Conservation and Construction Works, Gujarat Ecological Commission for managing natural heritage, and SETU Abhiyan Organizations.
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