DIREF, Kamineni Group sign MoU
HYDERABAD: The Kamineni Group has signed an MOU with Detroit International Research and Education Foundation (DIREF) Michigan, a US-based corporation for international telemedicine consultation services. DIREF is in the advanced stages of testing a prototype of a handheld diagnostic device able to detect and identify specific conditions and pathogens from their Raman spectroscopic signature. Also it is in the process of developing patient-specific surgical simulator that enables a surgeon to operate on a virtual replica of any given patient’s organs prior to operating on the patient directly. The MOU aims at leveraging the individual strengths of both the entities to bring about a quantum increase in the providing diagnostic services and advanced treatment methodologies. It will revolutionize the process of diagnosis and treatments offered to the patients at its various health care institutions.
Cera Sanitaryware net profit rises 48%
MUMBAI: Cera Sanitaryware Limited recently reported a 48 per cent growth in net profit at Rs 15.75 crore in the quarter ended September 2014 as compared to Rs 10.62 crore during the same period last year. The company has notched up a net sales income of Rs 199.60 crore for the quarter ended September 30 this year. In the same quarter last fiscal, the net sales earned amounted to Rs 158.76 crore. Continuing its streak of growing at 20 plus top line every quarter, Cera Sanitaryware has achieved a net sales income from operations at Rs 361.93 crore for the first half of current fiscal ended September 30, which is 27 per cent growth over Rs 285.35 crore of income earned during April-September 2013.
Helpage India confers award on Grace Pinto
MUMBAI: Ryan International Group of Institutions was conferred one more award recently. The Excellence Award was conferred upon Grace Pinto, managing director, Ryan International Group of Institutions for her invaluable contribution towards elderly people of the society at a ceremony held recently. Lise Grande, UN president coordinator and UNDP resident representative in India presented the award. Her continuous effort in strengthening the living standard of the elderly people in association with HelpAge India was applauded by all. On the same occasion the Samson Daniel Award was presented to Ryan International School, Bangalore, Karnataka for their highest contribution towards the cause of the elderly.
Frankfinn bags best training institute award
PANAJI: Frankfinn Institute of Air Hostess Training, at a glittering function for the 7th Assocham International Conference Civil Aviation and Tourism, received the award for the fourth consecutive year as the ‘Best Air Hostess Training Institute’. The award was presented to K S Kohli, non-executive chairman, Frankfinn Group by Joint Secretary (AS), Union Ministry of Civil Aviation, Anil Srivastava. Providing quality training has always been the hallmark for Frankfinn and this award is a testimony to the same. This award is the recognition for quality and training provided by Frankfinn lnstitute for air hostess training through its Institutes spread over India even in the smaller cities. Frankfinn is also planning to open 100 new training centres in India in the next one year and 200 new centres abroad within the next 3 years. NT
‘Udaan 2014’ training event held at Margao
Panaji: As part of Joy of Giving Week (October 2-8), a free one day mega learning event ‘Udaan 2014’ was recently organised at Ravindra Bhavan, Margao. Eight trainers from Goa conducted sessions on the mindsets and skill sets required for success. The event was attended by over 300 participants including business owners, directors, senior managers, HR managers, trainers, chartered accountants, senior executives, students, college professors/principals from over 100 organisations from Goa and Karnataka.NT