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Old December 6th, 2014, 06:13 AM   #12261
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Update on SBL Corp in ELCOT:

Currently operating at 450+

Plans to take the whole left over space of the first floor and raise the headcount to 900-1000.

Mass hiring to happen soon with American college as the campus drive venue.

With this the first floor of the ELCOT Kalyana Mandapam is getting filled.

Other players have to go to the space in the II Floor only.

Companies functional in ELCOT as of now: SBL, Galaxy Weblinks, AMBC Technologies, Honeywell (Own campus).

Chella soft is to begin works soon.
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Old December 11th, 2014, 03:06 PM   #12262
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Telit Wireless in pact with Thiagarajar Telekom

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Telit Wireless Solutions has entered into an alliance with Thiagarajar Telekom Solutions Limited (TTSL) Tamil Nadu to provide Telit customers antenna design & development and testing services.

TTSL is one of India’s leading research-driven wireless design company offering a hi-tech antenna design, RF component & system design and transmitter & receiver design services for a range of current and emergent wireless applications like space, defense, vehicular tracking and in-building solutions, company officials said.

This alliance will help Telit customers access to all services provided by TTSL, officials added. Antenna performance is one of the key aspects of wireless communication of Machine 2 machine modules.T. Kannan, Director, TTSL said that antenna performance is critical for a successful wireless product design. If the antenna is not well-tuned, customers can face interference during communication with the modules and poor antenna performance can lead to communication failure of m2m networks."

Ashish Gulati, Country Manager, Telit India, added that this partnership is a significant step for Telit towards providing services and strengthening its position in the Indian market.
Very happy ...

Our home grown TTSL ,with more than 25 years in RF field ,design,testing ,incubated @ TCE should develop further in the coming years ...
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Old January 3rd, 2015, 10:52 AM   #12263
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Wash’ to give a clear picture of school toilets

Sanitation and hygiene standards to be assessed

Sanitation facilities and hygiene standards in panchayat union schools in the district will soon be benchmarked under a project, Water Sanitation and Hygiene (Wash), being implemented under the aegis of District Rural Development Agency (DRDA).

The project, launched in Madurai district for the first time in the State, is monitored by Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI) and UNICEF. Speaking about the project, Rohini Ramdas, Additional Collector (Development), said Assistant Education Officers (AEOs) from the School Education Department and Block Resource Persons (BRPs) from Sarva Siksha Abhiyaan conducted a block-level training programme for school heads recently.

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“A questionnaire containing 60 questions on the state of infrastructure and behavioural practices with regard to water and sanitation was filled up by the school heads. This will be the primary source of data to benchmark facilities available in schools. The data will be analysed by ASCI experts who will benchmark the schools,” Ms. Rohini said.

After an inspection of panchayat schools last year, 109 new toilets were sanctioned for the district.

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“While infrastructural standards are steadily improving in the schools, more needs to be done on behavioural practices such as hand washing and menstrual hygiene,” she added.

A report on school toilets is expected to be handed over to the DRDA by the second week of January.

While a team from the ASCI carried out a preliminary visit to six schools during the study, it is expected to visit schools which have been benchmarked high. “So far, we worked on a demand basis with regard to petitions submitted by the panchayat schools. The study will give a clear picture of facilities in the district and enable the DRDA to carry out improvement,” Ms. Rohini said.

http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/...cle6751027.ece
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Old January 4th, 2015, 06:54 AM   #12264
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“Madurai will get hi-tech urology equipment”


C. Chinnaswami, chief urologist, Madras Institute of Urology and Vijaya Hospital, Chennai, inaugurating the Apollo First Med Hospitals in Madurai on Saturday. Photo: R. Ashok

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The Chairman of Apollo Hospitals Group Prathap C. Reddy said that top class medical equipment needed in the field of urology will be provided for Madurai to upscale the latest treatment facilities available for patients in southern districts.

He told the medical fraternity and patients that Apollo’s desire is to give the best of facilities in urology and andrology in Madurai region because of a commitment to have state-of-the-art healthcare across smaller cities and towns.

“Today with pride we can say that the outcome of our treatment is better. In the last three decades, our hospital has made a significant impact on the way healthcare was provided in our country” he said in a recorded speech at the inauguration of Apollo First Med Hospitals at K.K.Nagar here on Saturday.

Stating that availability of medical equipment for diagnosis and treatment is of paramount importance, Dr. Reddy assured that the Apollo Group will be ready to give robotic urology facility also for Madurai as and when the doctors asked for it.

Inaugurating the new hospital, 85-year-old Dr. C. Chinnaswami, chief urologist, Madras Institute of Urology and Vijaya Hospital, Chennai, said that urology as a specialisation branch should be started from MBBS level itself.

Explaining the new urology hospital of Apollo Group, T.R. Murali, Director and Senior Consultant, said that it covered all sub-specialities in urology and had good facilities for stone pain and complications.

It is also an exclusive centre for andrological problems.

B. Prem Kumar, senior vice-president (medical), Apollo Hospitals Group, Chennai, and Rohini Sridhar, Director of Medical Services, Apollo Speciality Hospitals, said that Madurai’s doctors are matching high standards and they are being recognised, discussed and awarded at national and international levels.

Mayor V.V. Rajan Chellappa, Velammal Group chairman M.V. Muthuramalingam and P. Namperumalsamy of Aravind Eye Hospital were among those present.
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Old January 4th, 2015, 08:09 AM   #12265
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Disappointing that they didn't update on their medical college plans for Madurai

I think we lost that project.
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Old January 4th, 2015, 10:45 AM   #12266
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Disappointing that they didn't update on their medical college plans for Madurai

I think we lost that project.
Two years back, they mentioned that out of the three hospitals planned first one will come up at madras and the balance two at madurai and at chittoor in AP. Looks like even madras one has not started yet.
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Old January 6th, 2015, 06:48 AM   #12267
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Centre clears Rs 1,500 crore underground neutrino lab

A recent meeting of the Union cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, approved the plan to set up the India-based Neutrino Observatory (INO) in Theni district at an estimated cost of Rs 1,500 crore, an official statement said. Naba K Mondal from Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, who was earlier associated with the underground laboratory at Kolar Gold Fields, has been designated as the project director of INO.

The project, considered to be the first biggest basic science experimental project in the country, involves building a world class laboratory primarily to study neutrinos. A giant 50,000 tonne magnetised iron calorimeter detector will be kept under the laboratory to study the properties of neutrinos.

Neutrinos are tiny electrically neutral particles, which cannot be broken into further smaller pieces. They are chargeless and are almost massless.

Neutrinos are the second most abundant particle in the universe after photon.

Determination of neutrino masses and mixing parameters is the most significant open problem in particle physics today and is the key goal of the INO project. The INO project is jointly supported by the department of atomic energy and the department of science and technology. This will be developed into a full-fledged science laboratory for other studies as well as in physics, biology and geology which need special conditions existing deep underground.

In addition, an inter-institutional centre for high energy physics will be established in Madurai, 110km from the proposed INO site. Understanding the particle will help scientists pick the correct theory beyond the standard model of particle physics and address the problem of matter-antimatter asymmetry of the universe.

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Old January 9th, 2015, 03:25 AM   #12268
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Centre clears Rs 1,500 crore underground neutrino lab

A recent meeting of the Union cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, approved the plan to set up the India-based Neutrino Observatory (INO) in Theni district at an estimated cost of Rs 1,500 crore, an official statement said. Naba K Mondal from Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, who was earlier associated with the underground laboratory at Kolar Gold Fields, has been designated as the project director of INO.

The project, considered to be the first biggest basic science experimental project in the country, involves building a world class laboratory primarily to study neutrinos. A giant 50,000 tonne magnetised iron calorimeter detector will be kept under the laboratory to study the properties of neutrinos.

Neutrinos are tiny electrically neutral particles, which cannot be broken into further smaller pieces. They are chargeless and are almost massless.

Neutrinos are the second most abundant particle in the universe after photon.

Determination of neutrino masses and mixing parameters is the most significant open problem in particle physics today and is the key goal of the INO project. The INO project is jointly supported by the department of atomic energy and the department of science and technology. This will be developed into a full-fledged science laboratory for other studies as well as in physics, biology and geology which need special conditions existing deep underground.

In addition, an inter-institutional centre for high energy physics will be established in Madurai, 110km from the proposed INO site. Understanding the particle will help scientists pick the correct theory beyond the standard model of particle physics and address the problem of matter-antimatter asymmetry of the universe.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/45770128.cms
Let's hope that at least this project accelerates d BG conversion of bodi line.this line is very unique since this route is solely for ppl traveling to Madurai and not for ppl traveling to west or north part of TN.the patronage of this route would tell us whether Madurai is making any progress in industrialization and creating jobs.
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Old January 9th, 2015, 08:09 AM   #12269
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Let's hope that at least this project accelerates d BG conversion of bodi line.this line is very unique since this route is solely for ppl traveling to Madurai and not for ppl traveling to west or north part of TN.the patronage of this route would tell us whether Madurai is making any progress in industrialization and creating jobs.
I believe patronage would be decent, considering following points
- There are buses in Theni route every 10-15 minutes. Some of bus users might migrate to train
- Train fare is lesser than bus
- People can board train from the heart of madurai where bus users has to travel to aarapalayam
- People will use Madurai junction to switch over to Madras/Bangalore bound trains.
- Always there is a good amount of cargo from Bodi area.
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World Tamil Sangam buildings to be ready next year

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Construction of the master complex for World Tamil Sangam here will be completed by next Pongal, according to M. Rajaram, Secretary, Tamil Development and Information.

Addressing a seminar on ‘Glory of ancient Tamils,’ organised here on Saturday, Dr. Rajaram said that work on a museum on Sangam Tamil was nearing completion. Construction of the master complex had been taken up at a cost of Rs. 25 crore. The works of Subramania Bharati and Bharatidasan had been translated into the Chinese language by the Tamil University. With its translation now available in the Chinese language and Latin, Tirukkural earned the distinction of being the only work to have been translated into most of the world languages.

Those who addressed the seminar included Tamil scholars R. Mohan, G. Gnanasambandan and N. Chandran. K. Pasumpon, Special Officer (in charge), World Tamil Sangam, welcomed the gathering.
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Startup evenings attract entrepreneurs

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MADURAI: Young entrepreneurs and students here are gathering on Saturday evenings to learn more about the various aspects of business through informal sessions which are being conducted for their benefit.

Nativelead Foundation, which aims to promote entrepreneurship among students and also the community, is organizing 'Start-up Saturdays' here, like those organized in the bigger metro cities of Bangalore and Chennai. According to Archana Stalin, programme co-ordinator of the foundation, youngsters are showing a lot of interest in becoming entrepreneurs and are seeking out avenues which would guide them on the same.

Archana Deiva, an engineering graduate who has taken up organic farming said that marketing and sales were something that they never learnt in their college days, "Such sessions are a must for people like me who come from different disciplines and take up different professions,'' she said. The sessions are also attended by people from outside the city, including places like Erode.Participants who come for these Saturday evening sessions can make small contributions or attend it for free.
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Any idea where this new tamil sangan complex is coming up?
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Old January 27th, 2015, 09:01 AM   #12273
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Any idea where this new tamil sangan complex is coming up?
It is coming up nearby Government law college
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