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Examination postponed

TIRUCHI : In view of flooding on the campus, St. Joseph's College has postponed the commencement of the semester examination further to November 5.

The Principal, Rev. Fr. R. Rajarathinam, said the examinations would commence on that date as per time table given earlier. Hall tickets will be issued on November 4 between 9.00 a.m. and 12.00 noon.

Semester examinations scheduled for October 27 to November 3 would be conducted from November 14. The details were available on the notice board, the Principal added.

Seminar on role of engineers

Under the joint auspices of the Institution of Engineers (India), Tiruchi Local Centre, Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited (BHEL), Dalmia Cement (Bharat) and the National Institute of Technology, Tiruchi, a two-day national seminar on `Role of environmental engineers in sutainable development' will be held in the city from November 12.

In a release issued here on Friday, the convener of the convention, D. Harsha, said the seminar would focus on adoption of appropriate clean technologies, waste reduction, resource conservation etc.

About 200 delegates from different parts of the country were expected to participate in the seminar, the release added.

The area meet of the Lioness Clubs was held at the BHEL Township recently. The area coordinator of the Lioness Clubs, Meena Palanissami, presided over the meeting, in which the office-bearers and members of the Lioness Clubs of Tiruverumbur, Bishop Heber College and Perambalur participated. The Lions Governor, District 324 A2, R. Swaminathan inaugurated the meet.

The Deputy General Manager, BHEL, and writer, M. Thiruvalluvar commended the services rendered by the Lioness Clubs for the uplift of the weaker sections. Vice-district governor, G. Manoharan, district chairperson, C. Rajagopal, the president of the Lions Club of Tiruverumbur, A. L. Ramanathan and others offered their felicitations.

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