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R. Ajith Kumar and D. Vinod Kumar of Cennys Institute of Hotel Management, Salem, bagged the first prize in the national-level chef competition held at the M.G.R. Institute of Hotel Management and Catering Technology, Chennai. The `Tribal Menu' prepared by the duo was selected for the prize for its creativity and taste. They defeated 37 teams from 29 colleges to win the prize. Executive Chefs from leading five star hotels selected the winners. Chairman of the Institute P. Sengodan and Principal K. Kathiravan congratulated the students.
Shri Sakthikailassh Women's College, Salem, organised a two-day seminar on health care. Director of R.K. Group of Hospital, Kamali, detailed a number of health-related issues to the students. She made a presentation on various diseases, including AIDS, and disease prevention techniques. She also interacted with the students and answered the queries.
The National Service Scheme (NSS) Cell of the Anna University selected the NSS Unit - I of the Sona College of Technology (SCT), Salem, as the `Best NSS Unit' for 2004-05. The SCT also won the following awards for 2004-05: Best NSS Programme Officer - Professor E.S. Nehru, Best NSS male volunteer - M. Mohamed Waseem final-year student of Computer Science Engineering (CSE) and Best NSS female volunteer award - S.Shaalini, third-year CSE. Vice-Chancellor of the university D. Vishwanathan presented these awards at a function held in Chennai recently.
V. Rajinikanth, a student of the Salem Government Arts College, clinched the first prize at a State-level oratory competition on blood donation held at Chennai recently. Project Officer of the Tamil Nadu State AIDS Control Society Vijayakumar presented the certificate and a cash prize of Rs. 10,000. Vice-Chancellor of Periyar University T. Balakrishnan congratulated the student at a felicitation function organised by the Red-Ribbon Club of the University recently.
The learner-centred approach, which is being adopted particularly in the management institutes, throws a number of challenges to the teachers. To discuss these challenges and issues in the field of teaching, the ICFAI National College, Salem, organised a Faculty Workshop on Class Management for teachers. Sessions on problems faced by teachers in the classroom and strategies adopted for better class management were held during the workshop.
The Tamil Nadu State AIDS Control Society honoured the management of the Muthayammal College of Arts and Science and Muthayammal Polytechnic College, Rasipuram, for conducting more number of blood donation camps with shields during the Blood Donation Day function held at Chennai recently.
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