RFA donatedCHENNAI: The Rotary Club of Madras Metro donated a Radiation Field Analyser to the Cancer Institute, Adyar. Actor Vivek inaugurated the use of the machine. He promised to make public the message that cancer is curable.
Health campSouth Chakra, a Hindi weekly, organised a free asthma and allergy herbal medicine distribution camp at Jain Bhavan in Sowcarpet on Thursday. Around 150 people benefited.
World Environment Day observedThe Hindu Colony Chellammal Vidyalaya celebrated World Environment Day on Monday. Paper presentations and slide shows were used to emphasise the need for environmental awareness.
Tourism management programmeThe International Hotel and Tourism College, Switzerland, would be offering diploma, bachelor's and master's programmes in international hotels and tourism inclusive of a paid internship. Details are available with the Chennai representative at Team Career Management Consultancy Pvt. Ltd. at ph: 4351 8435.
Festival at Kandaswamy TempleThe Pushpa Naga Oonjal Festival would be conducted for the 81st time at the Kandaswamy Temple, Park Town, on Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Sivananda children excels in examsThe children from the Sivananda Orphanage have recorded a 95 per cent pass in the Class X exams.
Those who studied in English medium recorded a 100 per cent pass for the academic year 2005-2006.
Pre-primary teacher trainingRasa, a social service organisation, is organising a one-year, part time course for pre-primary teacher training that would equip teachers to facilitate `joyous learning'. There is an optional elective on Theatre for Holistic Development. Contact 2493 9916 or 5528 1970.
CAT 2006 showCareer Launcher, an organisation of trainers for the Common Admission Test (CAT) for entering top-B school will hold free audio-visual show for the aspirants on Sunday at its Adyar centre between 10.30 a.m. and noon.
The show will be anchored by expert panellists from IITs & IIMs featuring typical b-school profiles, day-to-day academic learning of students. This will be followed by an open house.
For free participation call 98410 30147.