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Rly. Pensioners Meet on Sept.9

The Monthly Meeting of Railway Pensioners Welfare Association, Mysuru, will be held on Sept.9 at 10.30 am at A. Manuel Hall, Seshadri lyer Road. Association President G. Arumugam will preside. General Secretary C.G. Krishna will speak. Adalat: Government of India is organising Pension Adalat all over the country to redress the grievances of pensioners on…

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Bank shifted

The Lead Bank (State Bank of India), which was functioning at Kuvempunagar branch, has been shifted to: 1st Floor, Mysore Bank Building, Nehru Circle, Irwin Road Mysuru. For details, call Ph: 0821-2544637 or Mob: 96639-44066.    

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Pre-matric scholarship

Social Welfare Department has invited applications from SC students studying in 1st – 10th std (2018-19) for awarding pre-matric scholarship. Applications can be submitted online before Sept.30 by logging on to: ssp.karnataka.gov.in. For details contact Office of Assistant Director, Social Wel-fare Department, Government Boys Hostel premises, Nazarbad, Mysuru-10 or call Ph: 0821-2520910.  

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GTTC offers free training

Government Tool Room and Training Centre (GTTC) on KRS Road is offering free training for unemployed candidates who have passed ITI, Diploma and BE in Turning, Milling, CADCAM (4 months) and Tool-Room Machining (12 months). Applications can be submitted to GTTC, 93-94, Bela-gola industrial area, KRS Road, Mysuru-570016. For details call  Mob:91416-30315 or 91416-29594.  

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UoM degree exams

The 1st, 3rd and 5th semester examinations of B.A, B.Sc, B.Com, BBM, BCA and other courses of Mysore University will commence from Oct. 26. The last date to submit the application along with documents will be Sept 27 (Oct. 4 for online submission). Last date to pay the fees is Oct.6. The preparatory examination will…

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Thathaiah award for journalist Eshwar Daitota

Senior Journalist Eshwar Daitota will be conferred the prestigious Thathaiah (M.Venkatakrishnaiah) award (2018) at a programme to take place at M. Venkatakrishnaiah Hall in Sarada Vilas Law College premises, Krishnamurhtypuram in the city tomorrow (Sept.8) at 5.30pm. Eshwar Daitota has worked for several newspapers and has 75 works to his credit.

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AGM of Retired Police Officers Assn.

The 18th Annual General Body Meeting (AGM) of Retired Police Officers Association, Nazarbad, will be held on Sept.8 (tomorrow) at 10 am at Police Bhavan, Lalitha Mahal Road in city. K.V. Sharath Chandra, IGP, Southern Range, will inaugurate. Vipul Kumar, Director, Karnataka Police Academy (KPA), Mysuru, Dr. A. Subrahmanyeswara Rao, City Police Commissioner and Dharmendra…

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No monthly meet

There will be no monthly meeting of Central Government Pensioners’ Association, Mysuru, this month (Sept.12) due to Ganesha festival, according to Association President Dr. T.S. Sathyanarayana Rao, according to a press release.    

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Co-op. AGM

The 7th Annual General Body Meeting (AGM) of Sri Gurumalleshwara Graduates Credit Co-operative Society Ltd. (Mysuru and Chamarajanagar District), Ramanuja Road, will be held on Sept.9 at 11 am at Sri Nataraja Kalyana Mantapa, Khille Mohalla in city. Society President Ashwin R. Palegar will preside. For details, contact Ph: 0821-2445515, according to a press release….

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Entries for Dasara Horticulture contest

As part of Dasara Flower Show to be held from Oct. 10 to 21 at Kuppanna Park in city, a horticulture contest is being organised by the Department of Horticulture for industries, educational institutions, hotels and other organisations from Sept.28 to Oct.1. The applications for participating in the contest are being issued at the District…

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