CHENNAI: The Queen Mary's College is providing free coaching for those women candidates, who are planning to appear for the Civil Services examinations. Interested persons can contact: 28444995 on or before Tuesday.
`Art of Living'
The Vyakthi Vikas Kendra will organise an `Art of Living', a unique self-development course, from October 10 to October 15 at different places in the city. The venues included Ambattur, Adambakkam, K.K. Nagar, Perambur, T. Nagar, Velachery and Villivakkam. For details contact: 24990356.
The University of Glamorgan, U.K, will offer programmes such as Marketing, International Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Entrepreneurship, Computer System Security, Information Security and Computer Crime, Geographical Information System and Educational Studies in the current academic year. Interested students can meet the representatives from the university on Saturday. For details contact: 28554339 or 28555190.
Omniscent Global Solutions will be conducting an off-campus recruitment drive in Chennai and Coimbatore for Wipro. The candidates with BCA or B.Sc degree in computer science, information technology, electronics, physics, maths and statistics are eligible.
Students, who have finished the courses in 2006 and with 60 per cent aggregate marks from 10th standard to degree, may send resumes including email ID and phone number. It will be held at Dr. MGR Janaki College, R.A.Puram on October 14 from 8.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and October 15 till 2 p.m. For details, contact 42229693/99402 37773 or e-mail at omniscentglobal
Sri Bhagavath Padal Kainkariya Sabha is conducting a Veda and Vishnu Sahasranamam parayanam at devotees' residence everyday between 6.45 p.m. and 8.45 p.m., which began on September 17 and will conclude on October 17. For details contact: 24710512 or 24718617.
The English Department of Guru Shree Shanjivijai Jain College recently organised an inter-collegiate literary fiesta. Sashi Kumar, chairman, Media Development Foundation, inaugurated it on last Thursday. Various on and off-stage events such as drama, collage, just-a-minute and news reporting formed part of it.
Around 300 students from various colleges participated.
M.K. Malathi, principal of the College and Gautam Vaid, secretary were among those who participated.