Campus Recruitment at KGiSL
KG Information Systems Private Limited will organise a campus recruitment on 22nd November, 2010.
According to a release, representatives from Appnomic Systems Private Limited, Bangalore, will visit the campus for recruiting candidates who have completed graduation in 2009 and 2010.
Candidates can be graduates, engineers, or diploma holders. They should be from the following streams – computer science, computer technology, information technology, electronics and communications, computer applications, and electrical and electronics.
They should have an aggregate of 60 per cent and should not have arrear in any subject.
Eligible candidates will undergo an aptitude and language test. Those with 50 marks in these will further undertake a technical and HR evaluation test.
Candidates should carry their resume and photograph.
The recruitment will begin at 9 a.m. For details, contact Karthik (Ph: 97901-50309); or Sita (Ph: 99408-28986).
Training at KCT in Proteomics Techniques
The Department of Biotechnology of Kumaraguru College of Technology will organise a short-term training course in “Proteomics Techniques in Biotechnology” from 22nd November, 2010 to 4th December, 2010.
According to a release, it will deal with protein techniques like 2-D gel electrophoresis, HPLC, aqueous two and three phase extractions, ion-exchange, gel-filtration, and affinity chromatography.
Teachers of life sciences and biotechnology teaching undergraduate courses are eligible to attend.
The course consists of lectures, practicals and hands – on training.
Those interested can call 98659 – 23055; or e-mail to email@example.com.
TNAU signs MoU with Mahindra & Mahindra
Tamil Nadu Agricultural University has inked a memorandum of understanding with Mahindra & Mahindra.
A release said the agreement paved way for collaborative research in farm mechanisation, with a focus on tillage machinery.
Ram Manrao, Senior vice president (R&D), Mahindra and Mahindra, and S. Santhana Bosu, Dean (Agricultural Engineering) signed the MoU in the presence of P. Subbaian, Registrar, TNAU.
Mr. Subbaian said that agriculture in Tamil Nadu was dependent on farm mechanisation. He appreciated the signing of the MoU.
Dr. Bosu highlighted the importance of mechanisation and said it would address labour shortage. M. Paramathma, Director, Research, TNAU, D. Manohar Jesudas, Professor and Head, Agriculture Machinery Research Centre, TNAU, and Mahindra and Mahindra representatives participated in the function.