Engagements in Chennai
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Current Engagements in Chennai
FREE Tally.ERP 9 course
Ramakrishna Mission Students’ Home in collaboration with HCL Foundation conducting FREE Tally.ERP 9 course from November first week. Contact: 9884028298; 9840321199
Free counseling and consulting for Preventing viral fever
Dr. A. Latif , Ayurvedic Consultant will give free counseling and consulting for ‘Preventing viral fever’ from 10 a.m to 5 p.m on Sunday, Nov. 1 at Limra Ayurvedic Clinic, 28/4, Brindavan Street, West Mambalam. The counseling consists of preventive measures to be taken in households and other venues from spreading of viral fevers one person to another for all age groups. He also provides free consulting for psoriasis, cervical spondylosis, frozen shoulder, back pain and depression. Those who are interested to participate in the free program contact: 99621 64142 and 99623 68246.
National Institute of Wind Energy (NIWE) to provide quality training on solar
The National Institute of Wind Energy (NIWE), an autonoumus R&D Institution, 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, NIWE-GSES has successfully conducted two training programs on design and installation of solar phovoltaic systems in collaboration with Australian based solar training company Global Sustainable Energy Solutions (GSES) India during July and September 2015.
Under the same collaboration, NIWE and GSES will be organizing another 5-days technical advantage training on “Standalone Solar Power Supply Systems: Design and Installation” at NIWE Campus, Velachery, Chennai from 16 th – 20th November, 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 standalone and rooftop PV systems in accordance with international best practices to narrow the skills gap in the sector.
For more details 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
Desika Stothram classes
Free Desika Stothram classes on Thursdays and Fridays from 3.30 p.m to 4.30 p.m at No. 8, 2nd Main Road, East CIT Nagar. All are welcome. For more details contact: 9150052711 / 98403 94102.
volunteers for free service in Tirumala
Sevas Calls volunteers for a week-long service to pilgrims in Tirumala starting on Mondays and ending on Sundays. Anyone below 60 years and willing to stay in Tirumala for a week may volunteer. The traveling expense should also be borne by the volunteer. Accommodation, lunch and dinner will be provided free of cost in Tirumala. For More details please Contact: 78455 58334
Krishna Paksha Chandi Homam
‘Krishna Paksha Chandi Homam’ will be performed on Tuesday, Nov. 3, at 6.30 p.m in Sankara Mutt West Mambalam. All are welcome. For more details contact R. Sridharan Iyer at 98410 9730
Laksharchanai in Reddiyappati Swamigal temple
A 3-day Laksharchanai peruvizha wll be held from Friday, Nov. 6, to Sunday, Nov. 11, in Reddiyapatti Swamigal Temple , Ranganathan Street, T. Nagar. Special poojas will be held in the mornings and religious discourses will take place in the evenings. The vizha will conclude with Mahadeeparadhanai on Nov. 11 at 1.30 p.m followed by annadhanam at 2.30 p.m.