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 Post subject: Re: CII Trichy - News
PostPosted: Tue Nov 02, 2010 2:44 pm 
what are you trying to say please speak correct tamil or try to write in english...
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Outcome of CII Meeting in Thinathanthi

- Trichy trade centre to come up in 20 acres near proposed integrated bus stand.

- Trichy to be made important tourist centre with help to TTDC.

- Efforts for Advance training center in Trichy in coordination with technical colleges in the
region.

- Upgrading Trichy airport into international airport and expansion of Trichy airport are in the
pipeline.Aviation ministry and Finance ministry will be working on Trichy airport expansion.

- Trichy is ideal place for manufacturing railway wagons since Golden rock is already existing
here.

- Trichy zone will be included in the proposed gas pipeline project for residential and industrial
purposes.

http://www.dailythanthi.com/thanthiepaper/showxml.aspx?id=13648356&code=4282



ithula last five years la panirukanum ippa vanthu muluka muluka arasirayal pechi tha last five year la onukuda panala trichy ku ippa vanthu intha gov mudivum bothu ithula soldraga. trichy makkal kaga panathu kumaramakalam thoda pochi.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 02, 2010 2:24 pm 
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Outcome of CII Meeting in Thinathanthi

- Trichy trade centre to come up in 20 acres near proposed integrated bus stand.

- Trichy to be made important tourist centre with help to TTDC.

- Efforts for Advance training center in Trichy in coordination with technical colleges in the
region.

- Upgrading Trichy airport into international airport and expansion of Trichy airport are in the
pipeline.Aviation ministry and Finance ministry will be working on Trichy airport expansion.

- Trichy is ideal place for manufacturing railway wagons since Golden rock is already existing
here.

- Trichy zone will be included in the proposed gas pipeline project for residential and industrial
purposes.

http://www.dailythanthi.com/thanthiepaper/showxml.aspx?id=13648356&code=4282



ithula last five years la panirukanum ippa vanthu muluka muluka arasirayal pechi tha last five year la onukuda panala trichy ku ippa vanthu intha gov mudivum bothu ithula soldraga. trichy makkal kaga panathu kumaramakalam thoda pochi.


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Outcome of CII Meeting in Thinathanthi

- Trichy trade centre to come up in 20 acres near proposed integrated bus stand.

- Trichy to be made important tourist centre with help to TTDC.

- Efforts for Advance training center in Trichy in coordination with technical colleges in the
region.

- Upgrading Trichy airport into international airport and expansion of Trichy airport are in the
pipeline.Aviation ministry and Finance ministry will be working on Trichy airport expansion.

- Trichy is ideal place for manufacturing railway wagons since Golden rock is already existing
here.

- Trichy zone will be included in the proposed gas pipeline project for residential and industrial
purposes.

http://www.dailythanthi.com/thanthiepaper/showxml.aspx?id=13648356&code=4282


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 01, 2010 10:15 am 
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Deputy Chief Minister M.K.Stalin at an interactive session with CII members in Tiruchi

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According to a press release issued after the meeting, Mr. Stalin said that the transparent industrial policy, easy accessibility of Chief Minister and officials, speedy action, good infrastructure and human resource had resulted in the rapid industrialisation of the State under the present government. Over the past four-and-a-half years, the State had attracted investments to the tune of about Rs.45,000 crore, generating employment to lakhs of people.

The State government was implementing various schemes to promote industrial growth in backward districts, he said, and cited the projects sanctioned in districts such as Perambalur, including a manufacturing unit of MRF Ltd. There was scope to tap the natural resources potential in places such as Jayamkondam and Mannargudi and this required the cooperation of the people.

Mr. Stalin promised to discuss with officials various issues and demands raised at a meeting, including a plea for setting up a modern machining centre and improving the infrastructure in the industrial belt of Thuvakudi, Ariyamangalam, Tiruverambur and Mathur areas near Tiruchi. Steps would be taken to establish a trade centre in Tiruchi and strengthen the city's core industrial strength in fabrication.

He also promised steps to promote agro-based industries, including food processing centres and cold storages, in consultation with industry representatives and the Agriculture Department. Suitable locations for the same and funding possibilities through State and Central agencies would be explored. The Deputy Chief Minister said steps would also be taken to establish a Home Furnishing Design Centre in Karur with the help of Union government. A proposal to lay an outer ring road for the town would be drawn up. An export assistance cell would be established in Tiruchi.

The State government had initiated measures to impart skill development training to students of schools and colleges and industry bodies such as CII should extend their cooperation to same, he said.

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PostPosted: Sun May 16, 2010 9:40 am 
CII to adopt pudhukudi village.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 01, 2010 7:13 am 
ICTACT training commences at Bharathidasan University

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TIRUCHI: The ICT Academy of Tamil Nadu (ICTACT) is on course to impart training to 5,000 faculty members across Tamil Nadu in three years to expose them to the latest areas of Information and Communication Technology, for bridging the gap between the demand and supply in IT industry.

The Academy, a consortium of the Central and State Governments, and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), which has undertaken the pioneering venture under the public-private partnership model, has so far conducted various training programmes in 13 universities for 1,032 staff members. The programme is expected to benefit over 2.5 lakh students, senior Manager of the Academy Raghava Srinivasan said, at the inaugural of the Faculty Development Programme series organised at the Bharathidasan University Technology Park (BUTP) here recently by the University's Department of Computer Science and Engineering and Department of Educational Technology in association with Microsoft Corporation. Mr. Srinivasan invited faculties to share thoughts through the ICTACT's Journal on Image and Video Processing, and promised them access to international journals and newsletters.

In his inaugural address, S. Gopinath, Chairman, CII – Tiruchi Zone, emphasised on the need for widening the reach of ICT that has pervaded several areas including Government services, education, human resource development, logistics and environmental management, to develop skills of a sizeable number of people.

ICT must be made affordable to the rural people who comprise 70 per cent of the country's population. Wire independent networking technology and mobile phones with software compatibility were poised to bring about a further revolution. The primary aim of the Government's initiative to accelerate ICT through the ICTACT was to improve the economy by providing industry the right inputs through raising educational standards, he said.

Observing the pedagogical shift towards e-learning, the Principal of Shrimati Indira Gandhi College and Chairperson of Education & Skill Development Panel, CII Tiruchi – Zone K. Meena, mooted the idea of creating a consortium for fostering research in Computer Science. The ICT has made teaching-learning process learner-centric, she said, explaining the various advantages of the technology from the perspectives of teachers and the student community. Dr. Meena's recommendations included arrival at a comprehensive plan for facilitating transition from conventional to e-learning, including new competencies in the curriculum, and implementing new forms of continuous development in particular areas like Local Area Network, Wide Area Network and Internet Protocol.

Presiding over, BUTP Director Gopinath Ganapathy said the initiative – of the Government, industry and academia acting in tandem – augured well for widening the knowledge base of learners and generation of employable resources.

Receiving training from Microsoft Corporation, the technology creator, was a huge advantage, he said.


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2010 1:20 pm 
BHEL GM is new zonal Chairman of CII

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TIRUCHI: S Gopinath, General Manager – Operations, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, Tiruchi, was elected the new Chairman of Confederation of Indian Industry, Tiruchi Zone, for 2010-11, and S. Chandrakumar, Managing Director, Kaveri Medical Centre & Hospital (KMC) and KMC Speciality Hospitals India Ltd., as Vice-Chairman, at the annual day of the zone here earlier this month.

A graduate of Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the Regional Engineering College (presently National Institute of Technology), Kurukshetra, Mr. Gopinath joined as a Graduate Trainee at Ballarpur Paper Mills at Ballarsha in Maharashtra before joining BHEL as an Engineer Trainee during 1979.

He became an engineer in Maintenance Department after an year-long training. In 1989, he took charge of Maintenance Planning and Contracts. He was also an active member of the Indian Institute for Plant Engineers, and conducted many courses for the benefit of Plant Engineers.

Mr. Gopinath also handled Industrial Electronics as a visiting faculty for part-time engineering at REC, Tiruchi (now NIT, Tiruchi). Since 1997, he has been planning a major role in the planning and implementation of capacity expansion and modernization plans both at BHEL Tiruchi and BHEL Bhopal.

Dr. Chandrakumar, M.D, a senior consultant anaesthesiologist with over 17 years of clinical experience as an anaesthesiologist and critical care specialist, has over a decade of experience in managing hospitals. With his entrepreneurial skills, he was instrumental in steering a multi-specialty hospital to the front ranks in Tiruchi.

A life member of the Indian Society of Anaesthesiology, and the Indian Medical Association, Dr. Chandrakumar served as the co-convener of the healthcare panel of CII Tamil Nadu region in 2009-10, as the Chairman of the Healthcare Panel of CII Tiruchi zone, and as member of the executive committee headed by the Collector for the public grievances.

He was selected as one of the top 101 state entrepreneurs for the year 2008 by the CII. Dr. Chandrakumar was also honoured as one of the young Turks of Tiruchi zone in 2008 by the Periyar Maniammai Trust (Nagammai Children's Home) run by Dravidar Kazhagam.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 28, 2010 9:34 am 
Budget conducive to growth: CII Trichy Zone

The Confederation of Indian Industry, Tiruchi Zone, sees the Union Budget as a balanced one fostering economic growth.

Summing up a discussion on the Budget with industry members, the CII Tiruchi Zone Chairman Leo J. Ananth welcomed the increased allocations for education and infrastructure, and concessions for the agriculture sector.

During the discussion, the participants were appreciative of the enhancement of taxable income limits for individuals, the Rs. 1,900 crore allocation made for Unique ID card, doubling of allocation for power sector, direct tax concessions worth Rs. 26,000 crore, increase in allocation for education to Rs. 31,036 crore, and the scope provided for additional deduction of 20 per cent over the existing one lakh rupees on tax savings through investments in long-term infrastructure bonds.

Observing that positive impact of allocations for education and skills development will be felt by the industry in the coming years, the former Chairman of CII, Tiruchi Zone, B.V. Ramanan, felt there must be a proper feedback mechanism to ascertain the efficacy of money utilisation. The Chairman and Managing Director of Harihar Alloys R.T. Arasu, praised the Budget for the encouragement provided for solar energy generation.

Doubling of outlay for the power sector will result in more public-private partnerships, the participants felt. They also welcomed the auditable turnover limit for small industries from Rs. 40 lakh to Rs. 60 lakh, and the enhancement of allocation by 30 per cent for Micro Small and Medium Enterprises.

Mr. Leo Ananth, however, felt the increase in Minimum Alternative Tax from 15 per cent to 18 per cent will be difficult to digest for IT companies. From nil tax three years back, the increase has been quite steep, he said. Members also opined that interest concessions for the industry sector on the lines of agriculture will help in reducing Non Performing Assets.

Over 20 industrialists and senior executives took part in the discussion. They included M. Somasundaram, Managing Director, Amman TRY; Karthikeyan, Chief Finance Officer, Cethar Vessels; R. Gururajan, Senior General Manager – Finance, Dalmia Cements; and Thiagarajan, Managing Director, Indian Welding Company.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 08, 2010 3:09 pm 
Madurai entrepreneurs to explore trade.

COLOMBO: A 65-member team from Madurai, under the leadership of V Neethi Mohan, pre­sident of Tamilnadu Chamber of Commerce and Industry, will be in Sri Lanka for a week to explore bilateral trade and investment opportunities.


A meeting with the Sri Lankan chambers of commerce and industry would be held on January 8.

The delegation comprises the TN Cham­ber’s youth wing, Young Entrepreneur Sch­ool, which deals in fields such as manufacturing, agro products, healthcare, IT, textiles and fin­ance. The delegates will meet members of Ceylon Cham­ber of Commerce; Nation­al Chamber of Com­merce, Sri Lanka, Fede­ra­tion of Chambers of Com­merce & Industry of Sri Lanka and Junior Cham­ber Inter­national of Lanka.


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