Chennai Digest

Published: 06th February 2016 05:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th February 2016 05:11 AM   |  A+A-

Abdur Rahman Ties-up for R&D

The department of electronics and communication engineering of BS Abdur Rahman University has signed an MoU with Jasmin Infotech. Around 400 engineers are working in Jasmin Infotech towards signal processing, embedded systems and networking. The MoU between Jasmin Infotech and BSAU aims to provide industry exposure to the faculty and students on high-end accoustics. This MoU brings research in the thrust areas of electronics between the industrialists and the academicians.     

Founder’s Day at Lady Andal

Lady Andal Venkatasubba Rao School, Lady Andal House of Children and Sir Mutha School celebrated the 121st birth anniversary of their founder Lady M. Andal Venkatasubba Rao.  Around 686 students participated in the  musical The Jungle Book and a dance drama on excerpts from Mahabharatha. The performances were enjoyed by an appreciative gathering who rewarded the students with spontaneous applause.

An event for The blind

Ungalukagha Charitable Trust and Rotary Club of Madras T Nagar organised a ‘Save the blind children’ programme  at the Little Flower Home for Blinds. A mega size cake cutting was done  by the chief guest Sruthi Hasan to mark and celebrate her birthday.

Babajob Gets 5 mn Job Seekers has announced the registration of 5 million jobseekers on their platform. Babajob leverages technology to find ways to provide individuals from lower income households access to job opportunities. The portal facilitates a quick and reliable hiring process for employers looking to hire these individuals across India. Based in Bengaluru it has offices in five other locations. 


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