Monday, November 3, 2014

Sikkim this week

Anil Yadav enters record books with 14 PG degrees!
Anil Kumar Yadav of Gangtok, currently posted here as Deputy GM, Reserve Bank of India, is now, officially, the most diversely educated person in the country. He possesses 14 Post Graduate degrees [and counting] from nine different universities, all earned between 1995 and 2014, a feat which has earned him entry in the India Book of Records for the most post graduate degree honoured by different universities.

Sangha MLA condoles passing away of Prince JT Namgyal
GANGTOK: Kushyo JT Namgyal, the youngest son of the late Chogyal Sir Tashi Namgyal, passed away here on Thursday, 30 October. Sangha MLA, Sonam Lama, in a condolence message issued on Thursday evening, has remembered the Lat JT Namgyal as a “unique personality” marked by his shy nature and who shall be “remembered and loved by his Sikkimese people as the youngest son of His Majesty, the 11th Miwang Denjong Chogyal Sir Tashi Namgyal”. The MLA has conveyed his condolences to the royal family.

24 undergo training in basic welding 
GANGTOK: A six-week long workshop-based “Modular Entrepreneurship & Skill Development Programme on Basic Welding” was organized by MSME Development Institute, Gangtok at  Bardang here in East Sikkim. The programme was organized in association with the Advanced Technical Training Centre, Bardang, for 24 participants. The training was held from 15 Sept to 29 Oct. The course material was provided by MSME-DI and the technical training addressed by the faculty at ATTC. The basics of arc welding, gas welding, TIG and MIG welding and crafting of small iron products like benches, tables etc. were covered in the training, a communiqué from the Press Information Bureau informs.

Stress & Time Management training for govt officers
GANGTOK: A three-day training on “Stress and Time Management” for school heads, police and other government officials concluded here on 30 Oct here at the Accounts and Administrative Training Institute (AATI). Addressing the valedictory function, Commissioner-cum-Secretary to the Raj Bhawan, R. Thelang, advised trainees to take more keenly to meditation, learning new things, practicing techniques and changing oneself, an IPR press release informs. Dr. Deepika Tiwari, Associate Professor SMIT and Dr. A. Jha, HoD, SMIT, were present as resource persons for the training.

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