Bhumi Corporate League – Play for a Cause

  • Neha
  • March 30, 2015
  • 1 min read

Table Tennis May 17, 2015 | Sunday | CTTF, Neelaankarai, Chennai The event has been completed Badminton May 31 | Sunday | YMCA, Nandanam, Chennai Categories: Men’s doubles: Entry fee per team – Rs.1,500 Women’s doubles: Entry fee per team – Rs.1,000 Mixed Doubles: Entry fee per team – Rs.1,000 Tournament format – First round – […]

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Volunteer Den – Arwindh Paneerselvam

  • Neha
  • March 29, 2015
  • 5 min read

A little about yourself (origin, education, past work experiences) I was born in Trichy and completed most of my schooling there. Later my academic pursuits took me to Coimbatore and then to Australia. Right now I work as a Technical specialist in an R&D center here in Chennai. Food, Travel and reading are the stuff […]

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Volunteer Den – Rumia Mukherjee

  • Neha
  • March 29, 2015
  • 4 min read

A little about yourself (origin, education, past work experiences) Hi I’m Rumia and thanks to my defense background (Dad) I’m basically from many places.  Born in Lucknow, then schooling started in Pune (Maharashtra), trolled through Dalhousie (HP), Allahabad (UP) and finally ended in New Delhi, all Kendriya Vidyalayas. Graduated from WBUT (West Bengal University Of […]

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Careers: Educational Projects Coordinator

  • Neha
  • March 28, 2015
  • 3 min read

Job description: Educational Projects Coordinator Location: Chennai Bhumi’s partner, KarmaCompany is seeking an Educational Projects Coordinator capable of handling the day-to-day affairs of our various education programs. At present, KarmaCompany’s work in this field is related exclusively to the Right to Education: KarmaCompany hosts community outreach sessions to raise awareness, facilitates RTE applications, acts as […]

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‘Ambitious’ curriculum, which outpaces the child’s learning ability, is the most significant factor behind the poor learning outcomes of Indian schools, says a latest UN report released worldwide early this week. The report, ‘Education for all – global monitoring report 2013-14’, places India in the top bracket of countries likely to achieve a primary enrolment […]

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