Chennai Digest

Published: 13th February 2016 03:54 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th February 2016 03:54 AM   |  A+A-

Fusion Symphony at OTA

A fusion of Indian and Western musical tunes as a Musical Symphony was conducted by

Officers Training Academy military band at Chanakya Auditorium. The event was attended by top military and civil dignitaries.The military band comprised three sections such as woodwind, brass and percussion. The OTA military band was established in 1973 by amalgamating musicians from various regiments of the Indian Army. Since then the band has been instrumental in boosting the morale of officer cadets during their training at OTA. The OTA military band has been participating in the passing out parades, band concerts,  wreath laying ceremonies and other parades at the state and national level.     


Passing-out Parade at Saveetha

The passing­-out ceremony of the 3rd batch (2010-16) of MBBS students of Saveetha Medical College was held on its Thandalam campus. As many as 89 students received their degree certificates from the hands of  vice-chancellor R Rajagopal and Medical College director Saveetha Rajesh.  University registrar Prabhavathy delivered the presidential address. Rajagopal stressed on the values that encourage innovation, individuality and collective effort while urged the students to promote integrity and respect  for diversity and human dignity. Saveetha Rajesh urged them to be up to date with the latest  advancements in the field of healthcare. 


Global Sexology Meet in City

Dr T Kamaraj is organising the 8th international conference on sexology on Feb 13-14 at Le Meridian, Guindy. This meet is being conducted by Indian Association for Sexology in collaboration with World Association for Sexual Health and with Dr Kamaraj Hospital for Men’s Health. The various topics from A to Z in the area of sexology are to be discussed. Thousands had registered for the  sexology concalve. 


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