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Old July 31st, 2012, 07:35 PM   #21
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Kakinada (AP), Jul 30 (PTI) Union Minister of State for Defence M M Pallam Raju today said drinking water supply to Kakinada town would be augmented at a cost of Rs 145 crore. Funds from Andhra Pradesh Municipal development project will be used for the work, he said while talking to reporters here. Pallam Raju is Lok Sabha MP from Kakinada in East Godavari district. He said the Yeleru reservoir project modernisation work would be expedited. Tenders had already been invited for the Rs 138-crore project. Efforts were being made to complete all irrigation and road and railway-related projects in Kakinada within the two years, he said.
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Ahmedabad, Aug 12 (PTI) State PSU Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation (GSPC) will soon set up an oil and gas processing terminal facility at Mallavaram coast near Kakinada in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh. "The initial gas quantity expected at onshore gas terminal(OGT) is 50 million metre standard cubic feet per day (MMSCFD)which is expected to progressively increase to 400 MMSCFD,"a top GSPC official told PTI. The production, processing and supply of gas from Deen Dayal West block in KG Basin is expected to commence from mid-2013, official sources said. GSPC has awarded the work for OGT at Deen Dayal Field Development project to Engineers India Ltd (EIL) and signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with it for the purpose. EIL, in turn, has invited bids for OGT at Mallavaram and pre-bid meeting is scheduled on August 22. Director General of Hydrocarbon (DGH) had certified two TCF (trillion cubic feet) of gas reserves in the blocks in 2009. In a boost to GSPC's gas finding potential in the block, the Union Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas (MoPNG), earlier this year had approved an extension of 20.5 square kilometres to its existing contract for the KG Block (KG-OSN-2001/3). The field development plan for the Deen Dayal West (DDW) area in the KG block, which includes wells KG-8, KG-15, KG-17 and KG-28, was approved by the government in November 2009.
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It is an opportune time for investors with a one-to-two year perspective to invest in the country’s second largest complex fertiliser producer, Coromandel International. The 17 per cent fall in the stock price in the last one year, despite strong fundamentals and robust outlook, make the stock a good investment idea. At the current price of Rs 260, the stock trades at an attractive 9.4 times the company’s 2013-14 earnings.

The company has reduced risk in its business through shift in focus towards non-subsidy businesses such as crop protection solutions (pesticides), specialty nutrients and rural retail. As a result, the proportion of subsidy income for the company reduced from 52 per cent last year to 35 per cent currently.

FERTILISER CAPACITY

With a complex fertiliser capacity of 32.6 lakh tonnes, Coromandel is the country’s second largest manufacturer next only to IFFCO. Key fertilisers include di-ammonium phosphate (DAP), single super phosphate (SSP), and various NPK complex grades.

Coromandel has been one of the key beneficiaries of the nutrient-based subsidy policy for phosphatic fertilisers unveiled in February 2010. During the period 2010-12, its revenues grew at an annual rate of 24 per cent; profits grew by 22 per cent during the same period.

The company is expanding its fertiliser capacity by adding an additional complex train at Kakinada. On completion, Coromandel’s complex fertiliser capacity will increase to 40 lakh tonnes, up 23 per cent. The additional train is expected to come on stream by second half of the current fiscal.

The phosphoric acid requirement for the augmented capacity will be met through supplies from Coromandel’s joint venture company TIFERT (Tunisian Indian fertiliser) in which it holds 15 per cent stake.

Political issues in Tunisia had delayed the commissioning of TIFERT’s phosphoric plant and resulted in cost overrun. With most of the issues resolved now, the JV’s commercial production is expected to start by the second half of this fiscal.

The full benefit from the expanded fertiliser capacity of Coromandel is likely to accrue in 2013-14. This, along with increase in retail prices and stable raw material cost, should support the company’s growth in 2013-14. But any further delay in availability of phosphoric acid from TIFERT may place a risk on the company’s growth in 2013-14.

CROP PROTECTION

With the acquisition of Sabero Organics in 2011, Coromandel now ranks among the top five pesticide formulation companies in India. However, 2011-12 was a challenging year for the crop protection segment, due to the Supreme Court ban on its key product endosulfan (10 per cent of sales) and inadequate rainfall in key markets such as Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Maharashtra. However, launch of other captive products by Sabero helped Coromandel mitigate the loss from ban of Endosulfan.

Export sales from markets such as Argentina, Brazil, Europe and Australia contributed 52 per cent to Sabero’s revenue in 2011-12, while India accounted for the rest. Sabero’s revenues declined 13 per cent in the last fiscal to Rs 358 crore. This was on account of production restrictions at the company’s Sarigam plant in the first half of the fiscal, due to an order by the Gujarat High court.

However, with the removal of these restrictions and capacity enhancement through implementation of environment management system projects, sales growth is expected to pick up in 2012-13.

SPECIALTY NUTRIENTS

Coromandel is scaling up its specialty nutrients business through which it sells water soluble fertilisers, organic manure and secondary and micro nutrients. In March 2012, Coromandel SQM, a joint venture of the company with the Chile-based SQM, commenced production of water soluble fertilisers from its new plant at Kakinada. With an annual capacity of 15,000 tonnes, this plant will help the JV improve market share. The revenues from this segment grew 31 per cent in 2011-12.

RURAL RETAIL CHAIN

Addition of 200 new agri retail centres in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka lifted the rural retail segment’s revenue by 11 per cent. The company currently operates 641 Mana Gromor centres across these two States and plans an entry into Maharashtra. With the restructuring in the rural retail strategy, these stores will now focus on agri-inputs and will exit life-style products business. This should help push agri input sales for Coromandel.

HEALTHY FINANCIALS

Coromandel’s revenues grew 14 per cent in 2011-12 to Rs 9,992 crore. Operating margins declined by 3.5 percentage points to 10.3 per cent, due to volatility in the price of key raw materials such as ammonia, phosphoric acid and rupee weakness against US dollar. Adjusted net profit declined by 3 percent to Rs 699 crore.

Though the return on equity moderated by 10 percentage points in 2011-12, it remained at a healthy 32 per cent in 2012-13. With expansion in capacities, the company’s financial performance is expected to improve over the next two years.
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Police sub-inspectors in Andhra Pradesh would soon be given the rank of gazetted officers, while constables would be promoted as assistant sub-inspectors after three years of service, according to the director-general of police, Mr V. Dinesh Reddy.

He said this after the SP Dr C.M. Trivikrama Varma’s wife C. Suvarna inaugurated the first police canteen in the state in Kakinada, where police personnel can draw ration and buy other commodities at subsidised rates. The DGP said the police department proposed giving gazetted officer status to SIs as they are drawing salary equivalent to that of tahsildars.

Praising Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy’s efforts for ensuring the welfare of the police force, he said among other efforts medical reimbursement of police personnel is being increased to `1 crore, while Rs 20 crore would be sanctioned for repairing houses.

According to Mr Dinesh Reddy, work on constructing a 50-bed super-specialty hospital in Hyderabad would begin soon.

He said efforts are on to implement the Koumidi Committee’s recommendations to improve the working conditions of home guards.

He said they would be provided education, medical and other facilities, and would get a salary hike and Arogyasri cards soon.

Calling the Andhra Pradesh police one of the best in the country, he said canteens on the line of the one in Kakinada would be set up in every district for police personnel.
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HYDERABAD: Chastised by the state government for its callous examination system, JNTU-Kakinada has decided to go for a lesser known alternative to strengthen its examination branch. The technological university will be the first in the state to fully outsource its examination process to a private company. The university has called for tenders to get experienced players to conduct their examinations and even declare results.

The university was in the line of fire for reprinting an old question paper for second year examination this year.

As per the plan, a private company which has done the evaluation for at least five universities in the past will be entrusted with the project.

The company's responsibility will be to conduct all processes previously executed by the varsity's examination branch, including online student registration, answer-script scanning, onscreen evaluation and marking, result processing and result release. The agency will also prepare a question bank with the questions contained in it expected to feature in the examination paper. University officials said the new process will bring down errors in the question paper.

"When one company dedicatedly does the pre and post examination processes, the chances of errors creeping into the question paper are minimised. The company is completely accountable to the university as we will monitor the examination process as and when required," said G Tulasi Ram Das, vice-chancellor of JNTU-K.

While there are apprehensions about the new system on campus, the VC said the efficiency with which examinations will be held in future will address all these problems. Those opposing the privatisation process pointed out that JNTU-Anantapur, the only other university where the same process was introduced on an experimental basis, is currently in the process of doing away with the system.

The university has shelved the proposal for examination outsourcing as misappropriation of Rs 63 crore has come to light and is currently being investigated. "With a company doing all the work which the university's examination branch was doing earlier, we fear there could be major problems with confidentiality. JNTU-K has 289 private engineering colleges affiliated to it and there could be cases of question paper leak and other malpractices if the system is outsourced," said a source from JNTU-K. Those in the know said that even as the university has rushed into the outsourcing solution, it has not yet taken action against individuals in the examination branch who were responsible for discrepancies in the previous examination.

On campus, it is being pointed out that the decision to outsource the examination system has not been discussed with the board of directors of the university. Since the Executive Committee (EC) of JNTU-K has not yet been formed, critics rued that the decision to go for outsourcing was taken by the vice-chancellor's office without wide consultations.

Ideally, at any university, policy decisions should be made by the EC. The state government has not constituted the EC in spite of a high court order in November demanding immediate appointment of members, is the charge being made by those against the move.
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Two launching platform decks (LPDs) would be built at the Hindustan Shipyard even as efforts are on to bring in an additional investment of Rs 40,000 crore for the project, Minister of State for Defence M M Pallam Raju said today.

"Negotiations are underway to secure additional investment of Rs 40,000 crore for two most modern LPDs," Raju told a press conference here.

He said henceforth all the Naval warships, especially those needed for the Eastern Naval Command, will be built at the shipyard after its modernisation.

The minister informed that more vessels are being inducted in the Coast Guard fleet to enable it execute multiple tasks.
"Coast Guard at Kakinada is being strengthened by adding more vessels to its existing fleet for carrying out relief and rescue operations besides keeping a vigil on possible intrusion from high seas and safeguarding the oil and gas installations in the KG basin," Raju said, adding a separate enclave for the organisation is being mooted.

The Kakinada-Pithapuram railway line will materialise soon as the final survey has been completed, he added.
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There was a time when only corporate hospitals, modern diagnostic centres and retail pharmacies defined organised healthcare in urban India. Now,‘family doctor clinics’, ‘dialysis centres’ and such are also seeking to harness India’s healthcare industry which will touch $79 billion by 2012-end.

Health experts and doctors are turning entrepreneurs, setting up niche centres needing initial investment of Rs20-25 lakhs, far less than what is required to set up large-scale hospitals.

Like corporate hospital chains including Apollo, Fortis, Max, Manipal, such niche centres are everywhere — in Bangalore, New Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, as well as tier II towns like Shimoga, Hassan, Kakinada...

Don’t run to super-specialty hospitals for everything from viral fever to asthma to blood pressure or even kidney stone---come to us, is what such clinics are emphasizing on.

“Typically severe heart and neuro ailments, gastrointestinal problems, chemotherapy, birthing and delivery and surgeries require hospital visits and stay. Rest can be tackled through niche centres,” said a doctor from a Bangalore-based hospital chain.

More so because about 70-80% of all medical cases resulting from infectious diseases like malaria and typhoid to lifestyle disorders like obesity and hypertension can be addressed by the family doctor, experts said. It has been found that in 75% of cases, however, people run to super-specialists or visit hospitals unnecessarily.

Similarly, every time kidney dialysis is required does not mean getting admitted to a hospital, said Vikram Vuppala, co-founder of Hyderabad based kidney care chain NephroPlus. “Patients can get the dialysis done through specialised centres and head home within hours.”

Typically, niche centres like a modern family doctor clinic, measures 600-1,200 sq ft, and houses up to four general practitioners (GPs) and a paediatrician, nurse and pharmacist each.

On an average, each patient spends between Rs150 and Rs400, thus fetching each centre between Rs1 lakh and Rs3 lakh in revenue per month.

While kidney care and dialysis centres are usually spread across 1,500-2,000 sq ft. Demand for them has risen as an estimated 2-3 lakh people develop kidney failure every year in India.

Charges per session of dialysis average around Rs1,200. Some dialysis centres’ services are used by up to 60 people per month.
Experts say innovative healthcare services are lucrative, though the first six months tend to be quiet with barely 10-15 patients coming in per day. “Later on, we start seeing 25-30 patients per day,” said Naresh Malhotra, director at Modern Family Doctor (MFD), a Bangalore-based chain of GP clinics.

“Each person comes twice or thrice a week,” said Vikram. Agreed Malhotra. “Often, 60% of the patients are repeat visitors.”
So, firms like MFD and NationaWide Primary Healthcare Services (NPHS), another chain of family doctor clinics, are gearing up for expansion.

Currently, MFD and NPHS have about 11-15 centres each in Bangalore. But they are investing Rs20-25 lakh per unit to set up 300 and 500 clinics respectively over the next five years.
“We will focus on office complexes and apartment blocks where satellite clinics can be set up to cater specifically to employees and residents,” said Santanu Chattopadhyay, MD of NPHS.
NephroPlus will set up about 75 units in three years, 70% of which would be based in Tier II and Tier III centres like Visakhapatnam, Mandya and Hassan. “Each unit will have 8-10 paramedical staff and 1-2 nephrologists,” said Vikram.
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Amidst all the talk of coal supply issues, the GMR group is going ahead with the commissioning of its two thermal power projects in Odisha and in Maharashtra from the next month.

“The commissioning of the first 350-Mw unit of GMR Kamalanga Energy Limited in Odisha and the 300-Mw unit of Emco Energy Limited (Warora power project) in Maharashtra will start from October-November and progressive commissioning of the units will be completed before the end of the current financial year,” a GMR spokesperson told Business Standard.

The Odisha project was proposed with an installed capacity of 1,050 Mw. But, the company is scaling it up to 1,400 Mw with a total number of four units of 350-Mw each, the Warora project is of 600-Mw capacity.
In addition to these two, the company is also executing a 1,370-Mw power project in Chhattisgarh through GMR Chhattisgarh Energy Limited. This is scheduled to be completed in 2014.

The Bangalore-based energy-to-airports conglomerate is investing about Rs 17,000crore in the three projects by funding them in a 75:25 debt equity ratio. Most of the equity has already been invested and the balance would be funded through internal accruals. The debt funding of all the three projects has also been fully tied up, according to the official.

On how the company would meet the coal requirement for the upcoming projects, the spokesperson said adequate coal linkages were in place from the subsidiaries of Coal India Ltd. A coal reserve allotted to GMR in Odisha along with other power developers in 2008 for captive use has remained a non-starter.

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The Kamalanga project has signed long-term power purchase agreements with Haryana state discoms for 350 Mw, Bihar State Electricity Board (260 Mw), and with Gridco, Odisha, for 262 Mw. Similarly, the Warora project has PPAs with the Maharashtra state distribution company and the distribution company of Dadra & Nagar Haveli for 200 Mw each.

The Chhattisgarh project has tied up 35 per cent of power with the state power utility and will tie up a major part of the capacity in long-term PPAs before the project achieves commissioning, according to the official.

GMR has also proposed to set up a 1,320-Mw thermal project in Madhya Pradesh but is yet to receive coal linkages and other clearances. The company currently operates a 388.5 Mw Vemagiri gas power project in Andhra Pradesh and an expansion project of a similar size is already complete.

Two other projects — a 220-Mw barge mounted gas power plant at Kakinada and a 200-Mw LSHS (low sulphur heavy stock) fuel (processed from the residue of indigenous crude) power plant in Chennai — are also in operation. The company has plans to develop power projects with a total capacity of 8,473 Mw by 2018.
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Kakinada: Sale of sand should start in the six sand reaches in East Godavari district at the price decided by the government from Tuesday, East Godavari district joint collector, Babu A directed the housing, mining and revenue officials. He convened a special meeting with the officials on the quarrying and sale of sand at Kakinada on Monday.

Speaking further, Mr Babu stated that the government has permitted the sale of sand through government departments from sand reaches in Ubalanka-Ravulapalem, Dindi, Tekisettypalem, Pillanka-Injaram, Yedurlanka-Pasuvullanka and Kesanakurru-Muramalla reaches. He said that the State government has fixed the rate at Rs 325 per cubic meter and at Rs 285 for the beneficiaries of Indiramma housing scheme. He made it clear that the sand should be sold at Rs 975 per tractor load as it could accommodate three cubic meters and at Rs 855 for the beneficiaries of Indiramma scheme.

He called upon the beneficiaries of Indiramma scheme and others to apply for sand through Housing AE and MPDO and added that the officials would issue permit on the name of the reach which they should get sand from. He directed that three tractors of sand including one for basement level, one for lintel level and one for the roof level should be supplied to the applicants.

He informed that the sand quarrying and sales should be done under the supervision of the Housing AE, VRO and the staff of the Mining Department. However, he made it clear that the maintenance of the reaches in Ubalanka-Ravulapalem and Pillanka-Injaram were given to revenue inspectors as they are very large reaches.
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Kakinada: As part of the legal literacy camp, the Mandal Legal Services Committee, Kakinada, conducted anti-ragging awareness meeting at JNTU-Kakinada, in the alumni auditorium of the university, on Monday. First Additional Senior Civil Judges RVN Sundar Rao and K Prakash Babu, Excise Magistrate K Murali Mohan, CI of Sarpavaram police station Appa Rao, and President of Bar Council MV Jawahar Reddy attended. Principal of UCEK Dr K Padma Raju, Vice-Principal Dr M Ramalinga Raju, CSE Department Professor Dr JVR Murthy were present at the meeting.

Addressing the students, Justice Sundar Rao enlightened them on the various laws, Acts and amendments of the Indian Penal Code. He explained the evil consequences of ragging and advised the students to be away from it. He said that a mere gesture, sign, mannerism, abusing word or intimidation leads to ragging and urged them not to cause inconvenience to their juniors.

Justice Prakash Babu appealed to the students not to spoil their lives by indulging in ragging and fulfil their parents’ dreams without hurting anybody and without taking law into their hands.
Excise Magistrate Murali Mohan inspired the students by stressing on the rights of citizens and how to be socially responsible. He insisted on the students to enjoy the rights without causing harm to others.

He said that no human being has a right to curtail the rights of or affect the modesty of others. He explained the various punishments under different sections that are invited by ragging. He asked the students to abide by the rules and regulations and honor and protect the law, as the law is very serious in curbing anti-social elements. He also advised them to enjoy their college life by aiming high.
Principal, UCEK, Dr K Padma Raju proposed a vote of thanks.
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Kakinada: The suspension of sanitary personnel, who were not connected with the job under the municipal limits, threw light on the poor functioning of the Kakinada Municipal Corporation.

Due to the poor sanitation in the municipality, East Godavari District Collector and Corporation Special Officer Neetu Kumari Prasad toured several wards in the 7th Circle of Jagannathapuram. Discovering one area particularly filthy, she ordered the suspension of the sanitary inspector and sanitary ‘maestri’.

The officials implemented the orders duly suspending the wrong sanitary ‘maestri’. The area surveyed by the Collector was the 25th division. While the sanitary inspector and maestri concerned were Bheem Chander and Sheik Moulali, respectively, Venkatalakshmi, ‘maestri’ of the 26th division, was issued suspension orders.

On realising the mistake, the officials went about to rectify it and issued another suspension order, this time to one Sattibabu, ‘maestri’ of 24th division. After realising their second mistake, the officials are now preparing to suspend the actual ‘maestri’, Sheik Moulali.

Neither the health officer nor the sanitary supervisor is aware of where each staff member works and that is why this confusion has arisen, the Corporation employees deplored. The staff members demanded that the Collector should focus on this matter and do justice to the employees who are facing unnecessary losses.
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Kakinada: East Godavari District Collector Neetu Kumari Prasad said that the licenses of ultra sound scanning centres that do not give monthly reports or maintain records should be cancelled.The Collector was presiding over the meeting of the advisory board to review the Act to ban determining the sex of the foetus through scanning, at the Vidhana Gautami Hall of the Collectorate here on Wednesday. The committee reviewed the renewal of licenses to ultra sound scanning centres and applications to set up new centres.

The committee accepted applications of those centres that had adhered to the rules and regulations stipulated in the PC and PNTD Act.It warned those centres that were not maintaining the records and not submitting monthly reports and directed the officials to cancel the permissions.

The committee also decided to bring out a short film on the necessity to protect girls under the auspices of the district medical and health department and district public relations department. DMHO Dr Padmavathi, SPHOs, member NGOs participated.

‘Help poor heart patients’

Collector Neetu Kumari Prasad said that the medical officers should see that poor people with heart problems should use the services of the referral hospitals recognised under the Arogyasri scheme.
An awareness camp on the issue of detecting heart problems on time and offering medical services was held for government medical officials by the local Apollo Hospital.

The hospital consultant interventional cardiologist, Dr G Mahesh, explained about the methods to detect heart diseases, first aid to be given before special medical services, the necessity of ECG tests and use of disprins etc., free services by the Arogyasri scheme and the way it has to be explained to the poor patients.

Speaking on the occasion, the Collector said that equipment that is necessary to detect cardiac problems like the ECG will be arranged through corporate social responsibility.Already, tele ECG facility has been set up in Pitapuram hospital, the Collector said.
DMHO Dr Padmavathi, SPHOs, member NGOs participated in meeting.
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Kakinada: Of all the sensory organs, eye is the most important. Without eyesight, one cannot do much. Hence it is important to protect eyes, said East Godavari Joint Collector Babu A.
The joint collector flagged off the rally organised by Sri Kiran Eye Hospital on the occasion of the World Sight Day on Thursday, at the Collectorate. Later, the joint collector inaugurated the eye camp in the NIC conference hall and got his eyes examined.

Speaking on the occasion, he said that many people were going blind because of neglect of their eyesight and urged the revenue staff to make use of the services being provided by the Kiran Hospital. Eyesight of students in all government schools will be checked and those with defects will be identified before taking remedial steps, he said.

Stating that it is important to know about eye diseases, he said that by making others aware of this, blindness can be prevented. HR manager of Kiran Hospital Ramprakash said that the rally was organised to create awareness of glaucoma.
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HYDERABAD: RuralShores, one of India's largest rural business process outsourcing (BPO) firms, has signed an agreement with GMRBSE 0.49 % group to set up its rural BPO unit at the special economic zone (SEZ) of the infrastructure firm coming up at Kakinada in Andhra Pradesh.

RuralShores' chief executive officer Murali Vullaganti said the rural BPO centre would create employment to about 200 local youth in the first phase, which in the medium term will be expanded to about 500 jobs. The operations of the first phase of BPO are expected during the coming fiscal year.

Established in 2008 by professionals from IT/ITES and BPO industry, RuralShores currently has 12 BPO centres in eight states, employing around 1,000 people catering to various industrial sectors including banking, insurance, telecom, micro finance, logistics and healthcare.

The Kakinada SEZ's (KSEZ) chief executive officer Madhu Terdal said the GMR group entity will provide world class infrastructure including digital connectivity to the posed rural BPO unit. "The youth from villages in and around KSEZ would be provided basic training by GMR Varalakshmi Foundation, the corporate social responsibility arm of GMR group, to improve their employability in the rural BPO."

Rural BPOs are an effort aimed at percolating the country's strong position in BPO industry away from the established Metros and the Tier II cities to rural areas that have good quality manpower. Rural BPO firms such as the Bangalore-headquartered RuralShores claim to have proved that with proper training, youngsters in rural India can perform in a BPO as effectively as their urban counterparts and in a far more cost-effective manner.

GMR, in a statement, said the rural BPO unit is a part of KSEZ's inclusive development programme, targeted at providing sustainable employment options to the population living in the villages around the SEZ.

Further, GMR said KSEZ would develop a Marine Processing Zone spread over 100-150 acres, to cater to the Indian as well as Overseas companies. The infrastructure firm expects 3-4 marine processing units to commence operations over the next 12-18 months, attracting investments of about Rs 100-150 crore, providing employment to around 1,500 local people.
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Kakinada: MLC KVV Satyanarayana Raju on Tuesday appreciated the developmental activities undertaken in JNTU Kakinada. At a meeting with Vice-Chancellor Dr G Tulasi Ram Das, the MLC expressed his heartfelt wishes to the Vice-Chancellor on behalf of the managements of the affiliated colleges for all the endeavors he had made for the development of the university.

Mr Satyanarayana Raju appreciated the initiation of programmes such as e-Learning Assessment Solutions (eLAS) for the benefit of the students. He said this software training would enrich the critical employability skills like technical and soft skills to reach their objective goal.

He expressed his thanks for providing the training programme free of cost to the students of JNTUK affiliated colleges.
Rector Dr K Satya Prasad, academics and planning director Dr GVR Prasada Raju, admissions director Dr Ch. Sai Babu and representatives from various affiliated colleges were present.
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Old December 12th, 2012, 01:47 AM   #36
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Kakinada: The sculpting of the world’s tallest statue of Shirdi Sai Baba is almost complete in Revuru village of Kakinada rural mandal in the East Godaavri district and arrangements are in full swing to install it. Organizers of Shirdi Sai Babu Sevasram is getting ready to install the 116-feet-tall statue of Sai Baba and it is expected that Revuru is going to be another destination for the devotees of Shirdi Sai Baba in the coming days.

Revered Guru Ammula Sambasiva Rao has named this as ‘Virat Shirdi Sai’. The sculpting of the statue has begun in 2011 and the installation celebrations would be organized from December 15 to 23 in the Sevasram in Revuru.

The trustee of the Sevasram, Ramakrishna Prasad, has informed that the statue would be installed on December 23. The statue has several specialities. It weighs about 1000 tonnes and Sai Koti stupa has been built on the pedestal of the statue to depict five crore Sai names.
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HYDERABAD, JAN 11:
Infotech Enterprises has launched its 7th India Development Centre at Kakinada in Andhra Pradesh. It has 850 employees now and has plans to ramp up staff strength to up to 2,000 by 2014.

The focus of the centre will be to deliver technology solutions to its oil & gas, energy and utilities customers. It is Infotech’s second centre in the coastal city.

The facility developed in a five acre, sprawling campus has a built up area of 52,000 sq.ft. It has a capacity of 650 seats, which will be increased to 1,500 by 2014. The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, N. Kiran Kumar Reddy, and Union Human Resources Development Minister, M.M. Pallam Raju, formally inaugurated the Centre at Sarpavaram, Special Economic Zone today.

B.V.R. Mohan Reddy, founder and Chairman, Infotech Enterprises, said it was part of the company's strategy to grow inclusively by expanding operations in tier-II cities. It will also help boost the local economy by generating employment opportunities, he said in a press release.

The Hyderabad-based Infotech Enterprises has also set-up an Avionics M.Tech programme in JNTU Kakinada by providing an avionics lab, enhanced course curriculum and adjunct faculty. The first batch of students will be graduating this year.

Infotech also provides several scholarships for needy students of JNTU Kakinada.
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hello frnd i am chandu from kakinada
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Old January 16th, 2013, 05:12 PM   #39
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kakinada lo IT tower.cm senkustapana chasaru.
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Old January 16th, 2013, 05:19 PM   #40
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two malls are getting ready in kakinada 1.Big bazar(mall&multiplex). 2.SRMT mall.
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