Škoda Auto strengthens ‘Peace of Mind’ campaign

Škoda Auto strengthens  ‘Peace of Mind’ campaign

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Škoda has announced its ‘Peace of Mind’ campaign to provide additional benefits and an enhanced experience to customers in India. The company, in its customer-centric approach, has built the campaign on four pillars — cost of ownership, customer reach, convenience and transparency.

Deendayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University sets up virology unit

Deendayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University has started a virology unit under newly established Centre for Genomics and Bioinformatics. The centre has offered two JRF and four post- doctoral fellowships to research on different variants of Covid and other related studies. The research will also focus on regional crop development, identifying microbes for development of industries and genome sequencing

of identified local plant varieties.

Study on ‘Impact of WFH’ on managers in PSEs

Standing Conference of Public Enterprises (SCOPE) & International Labour Organisation (ILO), Geneva, recently released a study on ‘Impact of work from home’ (WFH) on women executives and managers in public sector enterprises (PSEs) in India with guidelines for a gender-sensitive WFH Policy. The report was released virtually in the presence of Ms Anuradha Prasad, Special Secretary, Ministry of Labour & Employment; Ms Dagmar Walter, Country Director, ILO; Ms Soma Mondal, chairman, SAIL and chairperson, SCOPE; Atul Sobti, Director General, SCOPE.

Mercedes-Benz strengthens its AMG portfolio in India

Mercedes-Benz has strengthened its AMG portfolio in India by launching AMG E 53 4MATIC+ and AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ to cement its dominance in the performance segment. With 11 exciting products, AMG boasts of the largest portfolio of performance cars in India.

Riverdale Aerovista installs ‘Aerobins’ in housing society

To provide a sustainable solution to the problem of waste management, Riverdale Aerovista — an environment-friendly township — has installed compost bins ‘Aerobins’ in the housing society. The bins are of 600 litres capacity. Aerobin is designed in Australia and manufactured in India. In North India, it is represented by organisation Green Karma.

Yamaha unveils FZ-X at CMPL Automobiles in Chandigarh

Yamaha’s FZ-X was recently launched at CMPL Automobiles, Chandigarh, by Narinderjit Singh, director, CMPL, in the presence of company officials, prospective customers and staff of various banks and NBFCs. It comes with an air-cooled four-stroke 149cc SOHC, 2-valve, single-cylinder fuel-injected ‘Blue Core’ engine.

Blue Dart partners with Dell to enhance customer experience

Blue Dart has deployed IT infrastructure solutions by Dell Technologies. The partnership has allowed the express logistics company to continue being a provider of choice to their customers by helping them enhance their IT infrastructure and increase efficiency to ensure maximum customer satisfaction.

Tanishq inaugurates bigger store in Chandigarh

Tanishq has opened its largest store in Chandigarh. It was inaugurated by CK Venkatraman, MD, Titan Company Limited, in the presence of Nirmal Lobo, regional business head, North. Spanning across 5,203 sq ft, the store at Manimajra caters to wide range of 2,000+ designs across gold, diamond, solitaire and platinum.

NHPC Director (Finance) gets additional charge of NPTI

The Ministry of Power has given the additional charge of the post of Director (Finance), National Power Training Institute (NPTI) to RP Goyal, Director (Finance), NHPC Limited. NPTI is a national apex body for training and human resources development in the power sector with its corporate office at Faridabad.

World Day for International Justice celebrated at Aryans

To celebrate World Day for International Justice, a declamation contest was organised by Aryans College of Law, Rajpura, on this year's theme “A call for justice in the digital economy”. Students of law, engineering, management, nursing, pharmacy, B.Ed and agriculture participated in the contest.

RK Singh releases report on power utilities’ ratings

Union Minister of Power, New and Renewable Energy RK Singh recently released the “Ranking & Ninth Integrated Ratings for State-owned Power Distribution Utilities” on the occasion of PFC's 36th foundation day. The minister congratulated all stakeholders, especially the state distribution utilities for their active role and support in successfully completing the Ninth Annual Integrated rating exercise despite the ongoing pandemic.

White Mountain launches magazine on data centres

White Mountain Media Pvt Ltd has launched magazine The Sixth Element on Data Centres and edge computing. It covers smart information technology, automation, critical environments, AI, networking and data centres — connecting the world's largest community of data executives.

More women see gaming as a viable career option

The HP Gaming Landscape Report 2021 reveals that gaming in India is increasingly being driven by PCs. In North India, female gamers continue to grow in number, with 83% of all female respondents expressing a desire to pursue gaming as a career, followed by 80% of male respondents.

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