Month: February, 2018

Events Today

Last date for admission

The Institute of Cost Accountants of India (ICAI), Mysuru Chapter, has extended the last date for admission to CMA (Cost and Management Accountants) Course up to Feb.7, for June 2018 term examination. Eligibility for admission: For Foundation Course –  Pass in II PUC; Intermediate Course – Pass in Foundation Course or any Degree; Final Course…

In Briefs

Heart Valve clinic

Narayana Multi-speciality Hospital has organised Heart Valve Clinic at its premises on Feb.2 between 9 am and 2 pm. For  details, contact Mob: 95380-52378, according to a press release from the Hospital.  

In Briefs

Free Gita Classes

Bharateeya Samskriti Vidya Kendra, Ramakrishnanagar, is conducting free Gita classes on every Sundays at its premises from Feb.7 between 11 am and 12 noon. Those interested may register their names with Prof. K. Keshvamurthy before Feb.3 on Mob: 98459-35080, according to a press release.  

Events Tomorrow

Abhiyenthararu

National Theatre Festival commemorating Silver Jubilee celebrations, folk songs by Malavalli Mahadevaswamy, Kindarajogi premises, 5.30 pm; Staging of Malayalam play ‘Thayye Thayyem’ by Sopanam Theatre-Thiruvananthapuram, Kalamandira, 7 pm.

Events Tomorrow

Gaanabharathi

Thyagaraja and Purandaradasa Aradhana, flute recital by Rakesh Datta, accompanied by Keshava on violin, Vikram Bharadwaj on mridanga and  Ajay on ghata, 6 pm to 7.30 pm; Karnatak Vocal duet by Medha and Manya, accompanied by Yashasvi on violin, Amrith on mridanga and Ajay on ghata, Veene Seshanna Bhavana, Kuvempunagar, 7.30 pm to 9 pm….

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