Children’s Day celebration in DAV Public School
By Express Features - BHUBANESWAR
20th November 2012 01:49 PM
The day was celebrated in DAV Public School, Unit-8 with eclat and fervour. Various activities were conducted by the teachers to entertain the students. The children’s ‘Fete’ organised by teachers and parents was the attraction of the day. Principal of the school Bhagyabati Nayak addressed the gathering followed by slokas, prayer, news, thought, speech, students’ pledge which were conducted by the teachers for the assembly.
St Mary’s Little Steps
Children’s Day was also celebrated at St Mary’s Little Steps. Coinciding with the celebrations, on November 17, the school organised a series of inter school competetions in various topics. Over 250 children from 14 schools participated. Eminent educationist and author Mariam Haque distributed the prizes in the presence of Jasbir Kaur, principal of the school.
Vodafone’s ‘121’ campaign
Vodafone India has recently gone on air with a new TVC highlighting Vodafone’s 121 ‘Made for You’ offers. 121 can be interpreted as one plan that fits one individual, thereby lending weight to the premise that each of Vodafone’s 150 million plus customers, can have a plan structured for their unique requirements. 121 also implies that customers dialing ‘121’ receive a personalised, one-to-one response/ service from Vodafone.
The ‘Made for You’ offer empowers customers to choose plans structured specially for them, designed on the basis of each customer’s current mobile phone usage.
Epson Moverio BT-100
Epson announced the launch of the radical and innovative wearable display device - the Epson Moverio BT-100 see-through mobile viewer in India which operates on the Google Android™ 2.2 platform. The revolutionary mobile entertainment viewer lets you experience larger than life movies, images and more with crystal clarity.
The Epson Moverio BT-100 is composed of a headset that uses groundbreaking micro-projection technology and an Android-powered media player and controller.
Chhatt festival celebrated
Maha Surya Shasti Vrata (Chhatt Puja) is being celebrated in Odisha with great enthusiasm. The festival, dedicated to the worship of Sun God symbolises life force, and prosperity.
The celebration of Chhatt Puja by the devotees on the banks of the rivers is being seen from 19th of this month. The festival is marked by offerings to the Sun God in the evenings and concludes next morning with the offering to the first ray of the sun. During the festival both men and women fast and offer special prayers for the welfare and prosperity of their family.
Since the last 11 years, Bihar Social Welfare Association Society (BISWAS) is organising Chhatt Puja with lots of enthusiasm on the banks of river Kuakhai, said Sanjay Jha, president, BISWAS.
Seminar on global economic scenario
International School of Business Management (ISBM), a leading B-School held a national seminar on November 17 on India Inc. and Global Economic Scenario. Inaugurated by professor V. Gangadhar, former Vice Chancellor, MG University, Nalgonda, Andhra Pradesh, Professor Umesh Patnaik, Director, ISBM introduced the theme of the event while the ceremony was presided over by Ajay Bahadur Singh, Chairman, ISBM.
Among those who spoke at the seminar included Professor Sudipti Banerjee, Calcutta University, Kolkata; Prof. Ranjan Kumar Bal, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar; Prof. Basudev Chhatoi, DD (Auto.)College, Keonjhar; Prof. R.N.Subudhi, KIIT School of Management, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar; and distinguished guests - Prof. P.K. Mohanty, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar and Prof. Samson Maharana, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar.
Umang, a district level rural marketing event was organised by Institute of Management and Information Science (IMIS), Bhubaneswar - one of the prominent B-schools of the eastern region in association with Young Indians popularly known as Yi; an integral part of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII). The journey that commenced in 2009 at Balipatna, Odisha was organised this year on November 17 and 18 at Pratap Sasan Girls’ High
School, Balakati, in Khurda district.
Among the distinguished guests present at the inauguration of the event were Advisor, IMIS Prof KK Beuria, and Director, IMIS - Prof KC Padhy. The president of the Zila Parishad Meenakshi Sahu, Block Chairman - Kabita Manjari Parida and Sarpanch - Sulochana Bhoi were also present on the occasion.
Officer’s Choice Blue
Allied Blenders and Distillers Pvt. Ltd (ABD), India’s third largest and fastest growing spirits company announced its foray into the semi premium whisky segment with the introduction of ‘Officers Choice Blue’. Smooth and exquisite, Officer’s Choice Blue is an intricate blend of pure grain whisky blended with Scottish vatted malts sourced from highland and isle, which will be targeted at new age progressive consumers. With the launch of Officer’s Choice Blue, the company aims at meeting the changing needs of the discerning consumers who seek a luxury lifestyle experience.
Kingfisher Red All Season Beer
India’s first ‘All Season Beer’ from the house of United Breweries Ltd, Kingfisher Red, was launched in Bhubaneswar. Available in the pack size of 650ml, Kingfisher Red is priced at ` 79.
Kingfisher Red is a premium craft beer that was first launched in 2010 to meet the unmet market during cold weather conditions that lead to drop in beer sales. The brew is clean, smooth and artistically crafted to give a distinct oaky woody flavour that gives extra warmth and energy that no other beer can give.
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