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  1. 1. CHROMPET TIMESSep 13 - Sep 19, 2015 | Sunday | 8 Pages | Free Circulation
  2. 2. Sep 13 - Sep 19, 20152 CHROMPET TIMES SpinzSunTanRemover‘FaceofChennai’,2015crownsgorgeousyoungladies The search for the prettiest girl in the city ends. The grand finale of Spinz Sun- Tan Remover Face of Chennai 2015 took place on the 5th of September (Saturday) at Rani Seethai Hall. Organized by Iris Events for the fourth consecutive time, this unique fashion show conceptualized this year had 900 entries participating from various parts of the city. Director Mr. Suresh Krissna, Actor Mr. Srikanth and Mrs. Vandhana Srikanth along with jury members comprising of renowned personalities like Ms. Ekta Surana – image consultant , Mr. M.K.RAESS – Director of National School Of Design, Mr. Prem - Actor, Ms. Amutha - Founder & Director, Canopo- Illuminating Tiny Minds , Ms. Uma Iyer – Actress and Mr. Karun Raman – Fashion Choreographer graced the occasion. Miss. Suja was crowned the winner of Face of Chennai, 2015. Several other titles such as Miss Expressive Eyes, Miss Enticing Smile, Miss Challenge , Miss Popular Face , Miss Healthy Hair and Miss Facebook Max likes were also announced. The Ethnic Wear Round, Beach Round dedicated to Spinz sun tan remover, Freeing India challenge round and Party Wear Round were the three spectacular rounds which set the ramp on fire and kept everyone glued to their seats. The event saw a unique theme-based choreography by Sanjay Asrani who also hosted the show in style along with Miss Samyuktha who is the winner of Face of Chennai 2014 Part of the event proceeds has been donated to Dignity Foundations, Home for Senior citizens and Hope foundations- AIDS home for children and women. This year’s esteemed sponsors include Spinz Sun-Tan Remover, Bilimbe photo booth, Naturals, Residency Towers, Fujifilm Instax, VVD, Hello fm, Freeing India, Makkal auto, and Smartebucks. All the 14 contestants were dressed in striking outfits designed by the students of National School of Design. The contestants were adorned with intricate jewellery by PGP JOYERIA . The girls looked flawless and radiant with make- up and hair done by Naturals Salon. A part of the proceedings were donated to the Dignity Foundation and Hope Foundation. About the sponsors: Spinz Sun-Tan Remover cream:: ‘Spinz Sun Tan Remover cream’ is a ‘wash-off’ cream that removes sun induced tan on skin in just 5 minutes after application. The new offering from CavinKare’s portfolio has a revolutionary new formulation that helps achieve a perfect de-tan effect on the skin in just 5 minutes. One can visibly see the difference once they wash off the cream from their face. Affordable Housing by Vasavi at Poonamallee The Chennai based Vasavi Housing & Infrastructure Limited is launching its mega project VasaviIngai which offers budget apartments. The project is located at Poonamallee over an area of 6.5 acres. There are totally 412 units in which will be a mix of 2 BHK and 3 BHK and normal 2BHK. The size of the units will range between 552 sq.ft. to 1,487sq. ft. There is a launch offer of Rs. 3199 per sq.ft. and no pre- EMI for 2 years. Addressing a Press Conference to announce the launch of this budget home project, Mr. P.B. Krishna Prasad, CEO & Managing Director, Vasavi Housing said, “Ingai, is located at Poonamallee, behind Motel Highway adjacent to ring road. The site is just 800 metres away from chennai - Bangaluru National highway and Poonamalee Bus terminus. The USP of this project is its location and price, with first-class amenities such as Clubhouse and Swimming Pool, among others” “We are aware that the real estate industry is going through a severe crisis. However, we are confident of our sale because of two important factors which drive our business – Quality construction and affordable pricing.” Mr. Krishna Prasad also said, “In the past 23 years, the firm has constructed over 55 Residential Projects and each one is a landmark. For a comparison, new apartments at Porur, which has emerged as a fast growing residential hub, have touched the Rs 5,500 per square feet to Rs. 6,000 per square feet range in certain cases. Ingai which is just 3 km from that area is at an affordable all inclusive price of Rs, 3,199 per square feet. Nearby projects on the other hand come at an all- inclusive price of Rs.4,500 per square feet.” Amenities at VasaviIngai: Clubhouse, Swimming pool, Multipurpose hall, Badminton Court Gymnasium/Health club, Indoor Games/ Recreation, Children’s playarea,Amphitheater, Water treatment plant (Softener), Sewage treatment plant, Power back up for Common areas & lifts, Landscaping for Common areas M r . S u n d a r R a j a n , Vasavi Housing, 99406 26677, sundarrajan@ vhil.in “Gifted”, exclusive gift boutique at Mylapore has come up with unique range of gifts to rejoice this festive season. Ganesh Pouch, Gift bags, Brocade finished jewellery, flap saree cover, wooden gift tray and many new arrivals are here to gift your beloved ones and elevate the festive spirit. For all o c c a s i o n s like Festivals, W e d d i n g s , Birthdays, Friendship day, Mother’s day, etc., Gifted has hand-picked and treasured gifts that promise to leave great impressions on clients, friends and relations. Apart from this, other stock home decor items, customised corporate gifts are available in Gifted. The price range of gifts is Rs. 100 to Rs. 5000. “Gifted” is located at No. 116, Royapettah High Road, Near Luz Corner, Mylapore, Chennai – 600 004. Ph.: 92823 33411/ 044 - 4210 6559. Ganesh Pouch A beautiful silk pouch with a large, radiant Ganesh print on the front and a bright coloured back! Tied together with gold cord with jewelled edges. Perfect for gifting ,dry fruits, chocolates, favours in weddings! Unique Laser Cut Diya with metal T-light holder. They make great accent pieces for holiday center piece decoration or in Rangoli, center pieces for weddings, bridal showers and more. Metal Ginni purse is perfect for adding a royal look to any wedding gift. With embossed Metal Body lined with velvet ,a cut work latch and a mini embellishment, it can also be used as a coin purse. Treats are even better when presented in our colorful Fabric Gift Bags with matching tissue paper. They're just the right size for creating unforgettable party favors or gift bags. Simply fill with dry fruits, candies, popcorn, cookies or other treats and embellish with ribbons, tags and stickers! Wooden gift tray Ideal for a variety of chocolates, mithai, dryfriuts. Holds approx. 500 - 700 grams. “Gifted” presents exclusive gifts to celebrate the festive season
  3. 3. CHROMPET TIMES Disclaimer : Readers are requested to verify & make appropriate enquires to satisfy themselves about the veracity of an advertisement before responding to any published in this newspaper. Chrompet Times The Publisher & Owner of this newspaper does not vouch for the authenticity of any advertisement or advertiser or for an advertiser’s products and or Services. In no Event can the Owner , Publisher, Printer, Editor , Employees of this Newspaper / Company be held responsible / liable in any manner whatsoever for any claims and /or damages for advertisements / articles in this newspaper. CHROMPET TIMESSep 13 - Sep 19, 2015 3 C L A S S I F I E D SC L A S S I F I E D S GO GIRL GO is a newly launched stand and pee female urination device. Made out of disposable and ecofriendly material, it is easily portable and helps women to urinate discreetly and tidily in the standing position. It is the ultimate answer to the bane of the working and traveling woman. “Unhygienic and dirty toilets are the order of the day and cause much frustration among women. This invariably demands that they hold back and wait till they are in the comfort of their own homes. Holding back of urine is known to cause multiple medical complications. Go Girl Go is the solution to these problems as it takes away the stress of having to come into contact with dirty toilet seats,” said Krithika Bala, Head – Cheerleader of Go Girl Go. It also offers a unique solution to women who have difficulty sitting or squatting due to pregnancy, surgery, or othermedicalconditions like arthritis. Go Girl Go has also made the task of peeing into small cup or bag for medical tests much easier. Go Girl Go could well form a part of essential supplies in hospitals and clinics. Go Girl Go can be carried discreetly because it is petite and compact. As it is pocket sized, it can fit snugly into a handbag or purse. Go Girl Go is currently available online at Rs.80 per pack containing 5 pieces. Visit www.gogirlgo.in and get yours! Lakshmi Venkatesan is a resident of Anna Nagar for the past 20 years and resides at - Plot no 3040, 4th Street, Z Block, 13th Main Road, Anna Nagar, Chennai – 600 040. She can be reachable at 8056284510. For women, by women: The story of GO GIRL GO is really the s t o r y of Krithika Bala and Lakshmi Venkatesan, over coffee, pondering over the myriad of practical problems that women face today! In the course of this conversation, they realized that there could be such a simple solution to problems faced where public toilets are concerned! Why must all women go through such an ordeal just to relieve themselves? They just didn’t just stop there… talking and lamenting and considering various solutions! They went all out and decided to make it happen for all the women out there! For more information call: Pushpendra Shukla at +919791154954. GO GIRL GO, the ultimate female urination device launched The Annual Sports Meet of Lady Andal Venkatasubba Rao School, Lady Andal House of Children and Sir Mutha School was held on Friday, the 28th of August 2015 at the University Union Grounds, Chetpet. It was a day to remember as the students enthralled the audience with the marchpast, a slew of mesmerizing drill displays and a riveting performance of pyramids. The running races and house-wise relays were met with loud cheers from the audience. This was followed by the prize distribution ceremony. The Chief Guest, Mr. M. V. Rajasekar, a national athletic coach congratulated and lauded the day’s proceedings. The overall championship was won by the Emerald House. It was a moment of nostalgia when the flag was lowered and handed over to Mrs. C. Prema Kumar, Correspondent of Lady Andal Venkatasubba Rao School, Lady Andal House of Children and Sir Mutha School to be put away for safe custody till the next Annual Sports Meet. No: 7, “Shenstone Park”, Harrington Road,Chetput, Chennai – 600 031. Phone No: 044 – 2836 3403 /04 Email – Id: lady_andal@ yahoo.co.in Lady Andal Venkatasubba Rao School Annual Sports Day
  4. 4. Maheswar, Phulia, Sambalpur, Phalodi, M a c h i l i p a t n a m , Srikakulam, Kota and Chilapata forests of West Bengal. Laheria, Batik, Shibori, Kalamkari and Tie and Dye using vegetable and natural colours will be added attractions this year. Sanghaner, Bagru, Dabu, Ajrak, Aakola and Machilipatnam hand block prints on sarees, dupattas, stoles, fabric and home furnishings will combine traditional shades of colours with a fusion of intricately cut traditional and contemporary designs and patterns. Presence of Pattachitra, Miniature art, Gond and Madhubani painting will add style and colour to the exhibition. Kantha and Desert embroidery, Chikan and Applique will showcase the skill of deft hands of our women artisans. Unique collection of hand crafted Lambani jewellery, Filigree, and Patwa jewellery from Kaladera, baskets and kitchen ware of bamboo, wood, sabai grass, cocoanut shell, bags and gift items from beads, paper stationery wrapped in block print, pottery, mat, copper bells, pastel work, and leather puppets will be colourful and a joy to look at and buy. Hast Karigar Society is also inviting the connoisseurs, the interested, and the school children and youth to participate in lively interactions with traditional artists and hand block printers to learn and understand our heritage – traditional art and craft. This interface with artisans where they will also demonstrate their skills at the exhibition venue from 12 pm to 2 pm daily from September 15 to September 19, 2015. The interface and demonstration will be led by National and State Awardees and Shilpa Guru. For registration please call 044-24661152. About Hast Karigar Society The Hast Karigar Society founded by a group of artisans, designers, social activists, academics and environmentalists is a membership based organization of artisans. Hast Karigar attempts to promote traditional skill and creations of the artisans and weavers while encouraging them to be contemporary and economically relevant. Hast Karigar exhibitions emphasise on reviving and redefining the traditional skills of traditional artisans to recreate a market that showcases Indian tradition and heritage while being sensitive to the present day requirements of the connoisseurs. 4 CHROMPET TIMES Sep 13 - Sep 19, 2015 In India, 5th September is celebrated as Teachers Day as a mark of tribute to the contribution made by teachers to the society. It is the birthday of a great teacher Dr. Sarvepalli R a d h a k r i s h n a n , who was a staunch believer in education and was a well-known diplomat, scholar and the President of India and above all, a great Teacher. Teacher’s day was celebrated with pomp and splendour at The Sankara Nethralaya Academy( TSNA), a unit of Medical Research Foundation, Chennai at its Vanagaram Campus. It was a day of gratitude and remembrance towards all the teachers who have shaped our lives The Program started with a mellifluous invocation by Senior Lecturer Dr S Vandhana who invoked the Gods and praised the teachers through Vedic hymns. This was followed by a soulful rendition by the students of Sankara Nethralaya Academy who invoked Lord Ganesha for his blessings and divine Grace Welcoming the gathering and the Chief Guest Dr. Susan Edward Joseph, MSc, M Ed,M Phil, Ph D , Former Principal of the Presidency Girl’s Higher Secondary School, Chennai, Mr. A Mahalingam, Deputy Registrar, explained the service orientation of Sankara Nethralaya under the visionary leadership of the Living Legend Padma Bhushan Dr. SS Badrinath. He briefed on the educational facilities and collaborations of the academy, for offering a purposeful education to the society, he also highlighted that the healthcare service sector is booming and that there are abundant career opportunities here, which he explained has made many institutions like the Sankara Nethralaya Academy to offer specialized courses in this sector to prepare students aspiring to be a part of this high growth industry. Mrs Akila Ganesan, Senior General Manager – Sankara Nethralaya and Registrar of the SN Academy welcomed the Chief Guest Dr. Susan Edward Joseph the most distinguished ‘Chief Guest’ and most worthy Teacher on the occasion, she dwelt in-depth on the terms Guru which is coined by Gu and Ru. She highlighted that Dr. Susan has donned several roles in an eventful career, she started as a Teacher, went on to become a headmistress at the Presidency Girls High School, became the Assistant Professor at the Holy Cross Home Science College, Tuticorin and the Divisional Education officer. Dr Susan left an indelible mark in every assignment that she handled, she was conferred the ‘Best Teacher Award’ for her high quality of work and the 65 schools under her showed, when she served as the district education officer, registered all round progress. Delivering the Chief Guest’s address Dr Susan Edward Joseph had a special word of thanks to the teachers for imparting knowledge to all, she shared interesting anecdotes from her student days and exhorted the students to bring glory and fame to their teachers, she extolled the virtues of the teaching profession and appealed to teachers to take active part in character building of their students. All teachers who are part of the SN Academy were felicitated on the occasion The Sankara Nethralaya Academy conducted ‘Teacher’s Day’ with great reverence and enthusiasm Group Photo of students and faculty with the Chief guest A proud member of the faculty receiving the ‘Teacher’s Day’ memento Hast Karigar Society, Delhi is going to present Impressions – an exhibition-cum- sale, celebrating the Harmony of Life, Nature and Skills in Artisanal Weaving and Crafts, from September 15 to 20, 2015 from 11 am to 7 pm daily, at the Lalit Kala Akademi, Greams Road, Chennai. Traditional artists, jewellery makers, handloom weavers, craftspeople and hand block printers from all over India will participate in this exhibition expressing their skills weaved in motifs and symbols. This is the seventh year running, where Hast Karigar Society is bringing t o g e t h e r its artisan members in Chennai for its annual exhibition. This year’s exhibition will highlight a collection of hand woven cotton, tussar and silk, khadi sarees, dupatta, stoles and fabrics from Benaras, Bhagalpur, Chanderi, Celebrating the Harmony of Life, Nature and Skills in Artisanal Weaving and Crafts Impressions!
  5. 5. CHROMPET TIMESSep 13 - Sep 19, 2015 5 Is committed on providing high quality education and extra curricular activities for children in safe and stimulating environment.We have various programmes for children age from 4 to 14 years .Our goal is to to impart value based education and fun filled learning .We work for children after school hours. Indiviual attention is given for slow learners and children with special needs. We have programmes for parents like spoken english,spoken hindi, slokas,tailoring,hand embroidery and aari work which will provide confidence and also income generation for their upliftment.We have professionals from various fields to train children according to their needs. Our programmes are Toy library, abacus, vedic maths,hand writing, drawing, b h a r a t h a n a t i y a m , carnatic music,spoken e n g l i s h , s p o k e n hindi,slokas,tuitions and remedial classes. Forfurherdetailscontact VIBGRYOR LEARNING C E N T R E , C H A K R A FLATS, 4,VELAYUTHAM S T R E E T , R A D H A NAGAR, CHROMEPET, C H E N N A I - 4 4 . PHONE-9629511790, 954O224660. Vibgyor Learning Centre On Friday 4th September 2015, at 3.30 PM S. Sruuthi’s PSBB School Music Teachers Padmashri & Ammu Madam, had called Father of S. Sruuthi on his cell phone and asked S. Sruuthi to be taken straight to Prasad Studios for Music Maestro Ilayaraja’s song recording by 4 PM. Little did we least imagine that S. Sruuthi would be asked to sing a full length Children’s song that too in an un-known “Kannada Language” although she had sung songs like “Baghiyadha lakshmi bhaarama” in Kannada and several songs of Saint Thyagarajar A n n a m a c h a r y a r ’ s krithis in Telugu, Marati Bajans and in other languages. The Director had explained the meaning of Bhombay mean Toy, Jinkue mean breeze, etc. As the song rehearsals for 2 songs were going on right under the nose of Ilayaraja , the Director of this film titled “RAJU’S MEDAL” asked the S. SHIVPPRASADH and his wife Rama after coming to know that we are S. Sruuthi’s parents as to whether we would permit her to act the main role in that children Film. When asked about the film subject the director Ms. NANDITHA said it was a pure children’s film aimed at “eradicating child marriage”. Striking memories came flashing to me “As based on a detailed interview published in The Hindu by the then Editor-in-Chief of The Hindu Mr. N. Ram with the then Hon’ble president of India Smt. Prathiba Devi Singh Patel” on various social evils ‘Eradication of Child Marriage’ was topping as one among them and the slogan coined and highlighted by The then President was “One Child Marriage has ten Ill effects”. Based on The Hindu’s publication S. Sruuthi started propagating on the Evils of Child MarriagethroughFancy dress that enabled her to have a personal meeting with the Then Hon’ble President on 21.03.2009 at VIP Ceremonial lounge of Madras Old Airport. Director Ms. Nanditha who had done a photo shoot of S. Sruuthi in nativity costume and made her act with Kannada dialogues delivery was fully impressed and approved to cast her in this film as a victim of child marriage but parents yet to decide as her drama date on 01.10.2015 seem to clash with her film shooting dates. However they have promised to adjust the same and if done so she will be fruitfully using her holidays from 19.09.2015 to shoot for the film at Thirthahalli near Shimoga where ‘Malgudi Days’ were shot along with artists like Prakashraj, etc from 24.09.2015 with a gap of 3 days for her drama rehearsals. When Repeated Fortunes Came Knocking At S. Sruuthi’s Door THROUGH PSBB SCHOOL TEACHERS COINCIDING ON THE EVE OF TEACHER’S DAY W hile Blood saves lives, s o m e t i m e s unsafe blood transfusion can lead to serious diseases too! With the increase in TTI’s (Transfusion T r a n s m i t t e d Infections), ensuring safe blood transfusion has become of utmost importance for the medical fraternity. Working towards its commitment of keeping patients safety on priority, SIMS Hospital, Chennai has introduced ID- NAT (Individual Donor Nucleic Acid Test) for screening of blood. The ID-NAT Lab was inaugurated on 9th September by Dr Sridhar, Pro Vice Chancellor of SRM University; which was followed by a Seminar on Transfusion Transmitted Infection. Dr Anand Deshpande from P.D Hinduja Hospital, Mumbai, Dr Nidhi Mehta from KDA Hospital, Mumbai and Dr Ram Prabhakar from SIMS Hospital, Chennai spoke on the importance of Safe blood transfusion as well as role of ID-NAT in reducing TTI instances. ID-NAT is the next generation advancement in blood safety. It detects HIV, HBVandHCVinfections in blood at a very early stage compared to conventional tests like ELISA. While, ELISA will take up to 90 days to detect the viruses, ID-NAT can do so in as low as 2 days. Due to early detection, ID-NAT helps in reducing risk of transfusion through infected blood significantly. Risk of TTI’s increases even more for patients requiring regular blood transfusions: like Thalassemia, Sickle cell anaemia or Cancer patients.One unit of blood can be given to 3 persons in components, and if the blood is contaminated it can risk 3 lives at once. Countries like US, France, Japan, Singapore, Australia have made NAT mandatory for blood screening. With the increasing numbers of TTI’s there is an urgent requirement on making ID-NAT a mandate and hospitals like SIMS Hospital have taken a much required step towards the direction of blood safety. Early Detection of HIV, Hepatitis B and C infections in blood, now @ SIMS Hospital, Chennai The installation of LEO Council, Leadership Training and Workshop of LEO Clubs of District 324 A6 was held on 6th September 2015 at Flat Promoters Association Building, East Tambaram, Chennai. This workshop was organized by Lion Pathi Jeyakodi, District Chairperson, LEO Clubs. Lion P. Puthukan, District Governor was the Chief Guest. Lion V.S. Thalapathy, Former Multiple Council LEO Chairman installed the team of office bearers for 2015-16 under the leadership of LEO G. Praveenkumar. Lion P.S.V. Kumar, First Vice Governor and Lion M. Suresh Kumar, Second Vice Governor felicitated the meeting. Lion S. Magesh PDG, Lion Ranganathan Sampath PDG and Pulavar Ramalingam were the faculties and conducted classes on Communication, Creativity and Innovation and Team Work for the LEOs who have participated in the training and workshop. More than 60 LEOs participated in the training programme. The objective of the programme was to pool the talent of youth in constructive path and to embed the service activities of Lions Clubs International in them. Break-fast and Lunch were provided for all those who attended the programme Lions Clubs International is the largest service club organization in the world. Its 1.37 million members in more than 46,000 clubs are serving communities in 210 countries and geographical areas around the globe. Since 1917, Lions clubs have aided the blind and visually impaired, championed youth initiatives and strengthened local communities through hands-on service and humanitarian projects. For more information about Lions Clubs International, visit www. lionsclubs.org ForMoredetailsContact, For More Information, Lion R. Ramesh, District Chairperson, Information Technology, District 324 A6, +91 98841 08850, r.raamesh65@gmail. com Installation Of Leo Council
  6. 6. CHROMPET TIMES Sep 13 - Sep 19, 20156 What to know about prostate What is prostate ? It is a gland in the male genito-urinary tract located below the bladder and surrounding the urethra. The main function of the prostate is to produce fluid that transports sperms. BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia) BPH is enlargement of the prostate gland, which occurs with increasing age. It can cause a blockade to the passage of urine. What are the symptoms? • Frequent urination • Slow stream • Straining to void • Inability to control urine • Pain during urination Diagnosis : • Clinical examination • USG-To detect size of the prostate • Uroflowmetry - to assess flow of urine Treatment: • Medications to ease the flow of urine (initial stages) • E n d o s c o p i c surgeries through the urinary passage (TURP) with recent laser prostatic surgeries Cancer of the Prostate: Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men Symptoms can simulate those of BPH. A simple blood test like serum PSA maybe used as a screening test for detection. Treatment: Early stages of cancer Prostate are amendable to cure. The treatment involves complete removal of prostate with open, laparoscopic and more advanced Robotic prostatic surgeries with minimal complications. The Author, Dr.Muthuveeramani V, Head Senior Consultant - Urology, SIMS Hospital, Vadapalani ART OF LIVING WORKSHOPS FOR PARENTSSpace Kidz India had launched a “Neare Space Vehicle’ for the 1st time in India by a private organization on Aug. 23 to read the Air Quality, Altitude, Gases around near Space etc at the campus of Hindustan University, Padur. Dr. Srimathy Kesan the Director, Space Kidz India said that this was a dream last 2years when it all started with the competition that SKI conducts year on year for High School students - The Young Scientist India, one of the participant Rifath Sharook, harped on an idea of a sending a student Sattellite in space. Rifath is from a small town, Pallampatti close to Dindigul. Though this idea was not appreciated by many, Rifath and Dr.Srimathy Kesan kept talking about this for 2years, approached many research institutions for support, but, was brushed away by them as a fancy idea and not a workable model, but, the twp determined to realize this dream by tweaking the model and sending a vehicle if not to Space at least close to Space and started to work on the vehicle to be used. Educators at NASA, and Prof'z at the University of Central Florida also helped tweaking and put all this together. A balloon of 1200g size was finalized, Helium gas as the fuel, attached to a Parachute and a Payload box with 10 sensors was designed, fixed and ready to launch on the 23rd August at 11:00Hrs. Anand Jacob Verghese, a visionary, PRO Chancellor, of the Hindustan University, appreciated the concept and jumped to support us for this mission. The nine students from Hindustan University joined the mission as Crew members Yagna Sai, Vinay, Tanishq, Vinyas, Nitin, Debanjana, Mohammed Kaasif, Ranga Says, Sai Dharshan, along with Prof. Kirubakaran, Aero Space Dept. A p p r o p r i a t e permissions from the State Govt, Collector K a n c h i p u r a m , S P office Kanchipuram, ATS Tambaram, ATC Chennai Airport Authority of India, DGCA, Civil Aviation Ministry were sorted. On the 23rd August 2015, finally the mission took off, the vehicle beautifully travelled Near Space and the Balloon busted at a high altitude after which the parachute brought down the Payload box with sensors. The payload box landed in a Field at Kuthunur, near Kanchipuram. The retrieval team of students went to that place and brought back the box. The data has been collected and shall be put up on different medium for students to see and study. This is the 1st of itz kind launch in India.A perfect tribute to the great Scientist S. APJ Abdul Kalam. For More details contact Dr. Srimathy in phone 99628 33622. Space Kidz India - “Neare Space Vehicle’ Simple breathing, sound relaxation, and meditation techniques are taught to relax the individual. These techniques teach people how to handle negative emotions such as anger, regret and depression which when being unable to handle could lead to substance abuse etc... By dealing with these emotions, there is a sense of peace and relaxation. What follows is mental clarity, confidence and focus to find solutions for challenges and in return they reflect love and a sense of belongingness towards handling children. Workshops for Parents i. Know Your Child, KYC workshop for parents having children up to the age of 12 years (up to Class VII) An interactive 3 hour workshop for parents which does a root cause analysis into the behavior of children and provides effective solutions to help children to: n Enhance creativity n Improve focus concentration in studies n Be independent and responsible n Communicate better and feel more free and natural n Respond to stress in an emotionally healthy way ii. Know Your Teen, KYT workshop for parents having children in the age group of 13 years to 19 years (Class VIII-XII) An interactive 3 Hour workshop for parents which helps to: n Handle the child’s transition to teen. n Understand their need to appear trendy and be accepted among peers. n Help the teen become/remain emotionally healthy n Be a friend who can guide the teen in choosing it’s career For further details contact: +919940433319 Will represent the city at the National Finals of the prestigious Sweden India Nobel Memorial Quiz 2015 in Delhi on October 16 -August 30, Chennai: IIT Madras won the Chennai qualifying round of The Sweden India Nobel Memorial Quiz at the Indian Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai The team of three comprising Rusabh Menon, Ananth Sundararaman Gerloe Nirmalan did their college proud by winning the Chennai finals where 83 teams had participated. Mr Mikael Johansson,First Secretary, Political Affairs, Embassy of Sweden handed out the prizes at the intercollegiate quiz competition which saw avid quizzers from across reputed colleges and technical Institutes of the city. The Quiz was conducted by Quiz Master Kunal Savarkar. Winners of the Chennai round will represent the city at the National Finals which will be held in New Delhi on October 16, 2015. Apart from Chennai, the Quiz will also be held in Indore, Pune, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Guwahati, Ahmedabad and New Delhi. The first two qualifying rounds were held in Indore and Pune. National winners will get an all-expense paid trip to Sweden where they will visit headquarters of global Swedish companies, Swedish Universities and the Nobel Museum among other things. Partnering Swedish companies for this year’s Sweden India Nobel Memorial Week are ABB, Air France/KLM, Atlas Copco, Camfill,Ericsson, IKEA, Munters, Oriflame, SAAB, Sandvik, Scania, SEB, Tetrapak, Volvo Cars and Volvo India. About The Sweden India Nobel Memorial Week 2015: The Sweden India Nobel Memorial Week is a high-profile, multi-city, multi-activity annual event organized by the Embassy of Sweden in India in cooperation with Swedish companies. The Week is instituted in memory of Swedish innovator, entrepreneur philanthropist Alfred Nobel and celebrates the Indian Nobel Laureates as well. The Sweden India Nobel Memorial Week 2014 is the ninth edition of the week, which will take place across ten cities Pune, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Guwahati, Ahmedabad and New Delhi from August 12 to October 16, 2015. Stay updated on: www. s w e d e n i n i n d i a . c o m , w w w. f a c e b o o k . c o m / swedeninindia, www. twitter.com/swedeninindia IIT Madras is the Chennai Champion!
  7. 7. CHROMPET TIMESSep 13 - Sep 19, 2015 7 The Old students of MCC Meet their Guru , It was indeed a very pleasant surprise for Professor . Dr. P.S Sanjeeva Raj, when he was greeted by his students after 48 years! The M.Sc Zoology students from batch 1965-1967 of Madras Christian College (MCC) decided to please their Professor by visiting him at his residence in Anna Nagar. The Professor is now 87 years old and he welcomed everyone by calling us by our names. Such is his memory! He keeps himself engaged by writing articles to various publications. Recently he has written a book on the “Fauna and Flora of Madras Christian College Campus”. Our ‘Meet’ was filled with happiness, fellowship and rejuvenation – We have all become grandpas and grandmas. We were 14 of us in our class but three are no more. Remaining eleven from Bangalore, Cochin, Trichy, Salem, Villupuram, Porayar, Chennai and Australia flocked together on 08.08.15. This day will remain an unforgettable day for the rest of our lives!! We have now formed a whatsapp group on which we will continue to stay in touch told by Ms.Anne. For More Details Contact: M.Sc. Zoology Students Batch 1965- 1967, MCC, Anne : 9841307716 National Institute of Wind Energy (NIWE) to provide quality training on solar in collaboration with Global Sustainable Energy Solutions (GSES) under Public Private Partnership initiative. The National Institute of Wind Energy (NIWE) under Ministry of New Renewable Energy, Government of India, has initiated quality solar training programs under PPP mode in Collaboration with selected private training companies. Under this initiative, N I W E - G S E S has successfully conducted a 5-days training on “Standalone Solar Power Supply Systems: Design and Installation” in collaboration with Australian based solar training company Global Sustainable Energy Solutions (GSES) India during 20.07.2015- 2 4 . 0 7 . 2 0 1 5 . Under the same collaboration, NIWE and GSES will be organizing another 3-days technical advantage training on “Grid connected rooftop and MW scale solar PV Systems Design and Installation” at NIWE Campus, Velachery, Chennai from 14th - 16th September, 2015. The aim of the training course is to provide industry professionals, PV engineers and individuals wishing to pursue their career in the solar industry, hands-on training on step-by-step design, planning and installation procedure of grid connected PV systems in accordance with international best practices to narrow the skills gap in the sector. About NIWE: The National Institute of Wind Energy (NIWE) at Chennai has been established by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India as an autonomous RD institution to serve as a centre of excellence to foster the development of wind energy in the country. NIWE has also implemented and maintaining world’s largest network of solar radiation resource assessment stations all over the country. NIWE has launched the Indian Solar Radiation Atlas, with 3km x 3km spatial resolution, on 03.06.2015, providing details of solar resources at any location. About GSES: GSES is a renewable energy engineering, training and consultancy company specialising in photovoltaic solar design, online and face-to-face solar training, publishing solar books and PV system audits. GSES is a leader in education and training in the Renewable Energy Innovation and Technology Sector. GSES expertise covers both grid connected and stand alone renewable energy resources and the commercial aspects of Renewable Energy technology systems and power supplies. GSES is also a partner with the Solar Energy Training Network (SETNET) established by the National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE), under MNRE, Government of India. For more details Please contact: Dr. G. Giridhar Deputy Director General / Head (SRRA) Solar Radiation Resource Assessment Ministry of New Renewable Energy Government of India, National Institute of Wind Energy (NIWE), (Formerly Centre for Wind Energy Technology), Velachery - Tambaram High Road Chennai - 600 100, Ph: 91-44-22463996 The Old students of MCC Meet their Guru National Institute of Wind Energy (NIWE) to provide quality training on solar Installation Of New Office Bearers The Club Annual Meeting of Lions Clubs of Chennai H a s t i n a p u r a m Supreme and T h i r u m u d i v a k k a m were held at Vijay Mahal, Chitlapakkam. Lion P. Jeyakodi, District Chairperson – LEO clubs installed the new team of office bearers of LEO club of Chennai H a s t i n a p u r a m Supreme. Lion A. Senthamaraikannan, District Chairperson – Global Membership Team inducted the new members. Lion P.S.V. Kumar, First Vice Governor installed the new team of office bearers for 2015-16 under the leadership Lion Chromepet Nazer for Lions Club of Hastinapuram Supreme and Lion N.K. Logi Dossan for Lions Club of Thirumudivakkam. E d u c a t i o n a l assistance was extended to a boy and a girl for paying the school fees. Lion R. Suresh, District Chair – Global Leadership Team, Lion G. Thirumalai, Cabinet Treasurer, Lion J.S. T h i r u v e n g a d a m , G o v e r n o r ’ s Secretariat, Lion K. Gopalan, Region Chairperson and Lion K. Mahadevan Zone Chairperson felicitated the meeting. Lions Clubs International is the largest service club organization in the world. Its 1.37 million members in more than 46,000 clubs are serving communities in 210 countries and geographical areas around the globe. Since 1917, Lions clubs have aided the blind and visually impaired, championed youth initiatives and strengthened local communities through hands-on service and humanitarian projects. For more information about Lions Clubs International, visit www.lionsclubs.org For More Information Lion R. Ramesh District Chairperson – Information Technology, Lions District 324 A6, +91 98841 08850. r.raamesh65@gmail. com
  8. 8. CHROMPET TIMES Sep 13 - Sep 19, 20158 Following Success of ‘Selvamagal Semipu,’ a savings scheme for girl children, the Postal Department re- launched the Public Provident Fund scheme as ‘Ponmagan Podhuvaippu Nidhi,’ which is for benefitting male children. The ‘Ponmagan Podhuvaippu Nidhi’ was launched to encourage parents to open an account in the name of their male children. This scheme is meant for both male and female children. There is no age limit for opening an account under this scheme. The minimum deposit period is 15 years. Deposits between Rs.100 and Rs.1.5 lakh can be done In a year and an interest of 8.7 per ‘SelvamagalSemipu,’asavingsschemeforgirl cent is offered. The number of deposits is restricted to 12 per year in Ponmagan Podhuvaippu Nidhi and a depositor can get loans and also partially withdraw in the seventh year of the scheme. For more details about Ponmagan Podhuvaippu Nidhi and to open a account please visit your nearby sub post offices.

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