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Convocation ceremony

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CHENNAI: Japanese companies are showing interest in starting business in India as a huge talent pool of software and automobile engineers is available here, Yoshiaki Kodaki, Consul General of Japan in Chennai, said here.

At the convocation ceremony of the Saveetha Engineering College held here recently, Mr. Kodaki said a Japanese semi-conductor software company had initiated its business operations in Hyderabad. Such emerging commercial ties would only strengthen the relationship between the two countries, he said.

The college's alumni association was inaugurated by Chief Patron N. M. Veeraiyan.

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