Corporate News: December 2010
December 2010

Corporate News: December 2010

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Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Limited invests in CSR

During the year of 2009-10, Kuthethur-based Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Limited (MRPL) invested INR 12.70 crore on educational initiatives under the umbrella of corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities. This was a huge jump in the amount allocated, considering that MRPL in 2008-09 spent  `3.69 crore for the same. In the present fiscal year, within the first six months MRPL spent `2 crore, with many CSR projects in the pipeline. It was reported by Lekshmi M Kumaran, Deputy General Manager (Corporate communications and CSR), MRPL that the objective of casting various CSR projects undertaken by the company, a subsidiary of ONGC is education and creation of basic infrastructure for the rehabilitation of project displaced families. 

ViewSonic launches PJD7383i, interactive projector

ViewSonic India has announced the launch of new projector; PJD7383i in its already extensive projector range, directly targeting the education and training sectors. With a multitude of user-friendly features and a convenient classroom set up, the 3D-ready ViewSonic PJD7383i offers important additions to any interactive classroom environment. The interactive PJD7383i negates the need for costly interactive white boards as it allows you to write on any surface and teachers are able to write directly onto the projected image with the included interactive pen without the need for alignment or calibration. PJD7383i is easy to use.

ZICA gives wings to young dreamers for fulfilling career

Zee Institute of Creative Arts (ZICA), one of the leading animation institutes in India, today announced its animation scholarship 'Zee Scholarship'. This scholarship will serve as a gateway for students keen to make a career in the exciting and unbounded world of animation. Under this campaign ZICA will provide scholarship upto 100%, applicable in all ZICA centers across India. The scholarship would be based on first come

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