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Health camp

JSS Senior Citizens Helpine and JSS Hospital have organised a Bone Marrow Density (BMD) check-up camp at JSS Hospital Geriatric Centre at 10 am on May 24. For details, visit Helpline located in JSS Hospital premises on M.G. Road [Ph: 0821-2548253/2448138].

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Appointed

Dr. Mir Sameem Raza has been appointed as the President of Mysore city for Doctors Health and Welfare Cell, Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee. Naveen Kumar, a resident of the city, has been appointed as Mysuru City and District President of Sirigannada Vedike having office at No.2, 1st Cross, Kalidasa layout, Srinagar, Bengaluru-50. For details, call…

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Admission open

Yuvaraja’s College (Autonomous) is offering a five-year Integrated M.Sc Course in Molecular Biology. Applications are invited from PUC/+2/equivalent passed students for admission to research and career-oriented course. Applications can be obtained from the college office and the last date for submission of filled-in forms is June 4. Applications can also be downloaded from the college…

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Free eye camp on May 27

Kanasu Foundation will be conducting a free eye check up camp for citizens of all ages at its premises, No. 1236, 2nd Main, Vishwadhatri Road, Vivekanandanagar, at 10 am on May 27. The camp is being conducted in association with Dr. Agarwal Eye Hospital, Kuvempunagar. For details call Mob: 99640-42914 or 82172-06312.

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Story-telling

Kalasuruchi has organised story-telling for kids by Govinda Kulakarni, Lecturer, Govt. P.U. College, Varuna,   on May 20 from 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm at its premises in Suruchi Rangamane, Kuvempunagar. For details, contact Ph: 0821-2541795 or Mob: 92435-81097.  

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DC Court proceedings, ZP meeting postponed

The proceedings at the Deputy Commissioner’s Court scheduled to be held at 3 pm on May 17 was postponed to May 24 at 3 pm, according to a press release from the DC. Similarly, the Zilla Panchayat (ZP) meeting to be chaired by the ZP President on May 20 has been postponed following Chief Minister’s…

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Programme for elders on May 28

Manvantara Samooha Balaga will be hosting a ‘Down the Memory Lane’ programme titled “Anubhavada Butti… Peeligeinda… Peeligege” wherein senior citizens will share their delightful experiences with other citizens at Sri Rama Mandira in Krishnamurthypuram at 5.30 pm on May 28. Senior Journalist from Bengaluru Ravindra Bhat will inaugurate the programme. Melukote Vangipura Mutt Seer Ilai…

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Vocational training

Sri Talacauvery Women’s Educational Trust will be organising vocational training in tailoring, fashion designing, hand embroidery, machine embroidery, beautician, computer, spoken English etc., at is premises on 7th Main, I Cross, H-Block, Ramakrishnanagar. Last date for applying is May 25. For details, contact Ph: 0821- 2460163 or Mob: 70902-39569, according to a press release.

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Free health camp

BGS Vokkaliga Senior Citizens Welfare Association, 12th Main, 15th Cross, Saraswathipuram, will be organising a free health check up camp for senior citizens at Negilayogi Maruleshwara Hall at 10 am tomorrow. For details call Mob: 94480-07859 or 98448-34608, according to a press release.  

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Calling building owners

Three hostels functioning under District Minorities Welfare Department is in need of three buildings on rent in Siddarthanagar, Rajiv Nagar, Shakthinagar, Saraswathipuram, Bogadi, Vidyaranyapuram or in the surroundings of Mysore University campus. Building owners, who are interested to give their buildings on rent, may contact the District Officer’s Office, Minorities Welfare Department, behind Bhima Brothers,…

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