Month: June, 2017

In Briefs

Student hostels

The Backward Classes Welfare Department, Hunsur, has invited application from eligible students for admission to pre-metric girls hostel located at Hunsur town, Geresanahalli, Bilikere, Hirikyathanahalli, Tattekere and also for pre-metric boys hostel located at Hanagudu. The annual income limit is Rs. 45,000 for students belonging to category-1, 2(A), 2(B), 3(A) and 3(B), Rs. One lakh…

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Yeshasvini Scheme

Judiciary Department Employees House Building Co-operative Society, Chamarajapuram, Mysuru, has started registration under Yeshasvini Health Scheme for the year 2017-18. Society Members may avail details over Ph: 0821-2332766 or visit the Office during working hours and register their names.

In Briefs

Export Management programme

The Mysuru Branch of Visvesvaraya Trade Promotion Centre (VTPC) will be organising a six-day Export Management programme for Industrialists, Traders, Entrepreneurs, Exporters and the like, at the Institution of Engineers on JLB Road from July 17 to 22. The programme is organised in association with VTPC, Bengaluru, DIC, Mysuru, Mysuru Chamber of Commerce and Industries…

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PCMB course

Government PU College located on Ningaiahna Kere Road in Kumbarakoppal has invited applications for admission to PUC-PCMB course which will be commencing from 2017-18 academic year. The College had secured an overall pass percentage of 76 percent in Arts and Commerce course in March-2017 PUC exams.  

Events Today

Vijayadashami Trust

Pratibha Puraskar-2017 and planting of saplings, MLA Vasu inaugurates, Trust Vice-President P.B. Jagadeesha presides, MUDA Chairman D. Dhruvakumar, Mayor M.J. Ravikumar, Corporators Shivamadu & Prakash, Nava Nirmana Seva Trust’s K.V. Sridhar and Inspector Thimmegowda chief guests, Sri Vidyaganapathy Temple, 3rd Stage, Subramanyanagar, 5 pm.

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