World's first Toilet College will be built in Rishikesh with the capacity of training 1,000 students in the beginning.
The World Toilet College which is being started as an initiative to share knowledge about toilets will be operational in March, 2016. The college will provide three hours to three months course, as announced by its developers on United Nations on World Toilet Day.
The first such college, being built with an intention to share knowledge about toilets including its modelling in scientific manners and creating awareness amongst public towards giving up open defecation in line with the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, will come up in Rishikesh, developers told PTI.
The conference was also addressed by chairman of Jagran, Pehel Sameer Gupta, WTO founder Jack Sim, Sadhvi Bhagwati Saraswati, sarpanch of Haryana's Gomla village, Radhe Shyam Gomla, RB India manager (external affairs) Ravi Bhatnagar and others.