Delhi (NCR) STC Learning Session on March 21, 2009 @ Bharti Telesoft, Delhi

Delhi (NCR) STC Learning Session on March 21, 2009.

The India chapter of the Society for Technical Communication is pleased to announce a learning session for technical communicators on March 21, 2009.

Agenda
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9 45 AM to 10 AM
Introduction, Registrations, etc…

10 A.M. to 11 A.M.
First half of the session: Introduction to DITA

11 A.M. to 11.15 A.M.
Tea/Coffee/Snack Break

11:15 AM to 12:30 PM
Second half of the session: DITA Demo

A demo of authoring in DITA using Adobe FrameMaker 7.2 / FrameMaker DITA Application Pack and delivering content using the DITA Open Toolkit

12.30 PM to 12.45 PM
QA and Closure

Abstract of the Session

This session introduces writers to DITA and then walks them through a demo of authoring in DITA using Adobe FrameMaker 7.2 / FrameMaker DITA Application Pack and delivering content using the DITA Open Toolkit.

About the Speaker

Selvakumar T.S is a Technical Publications Consultant with Cadence Design Systems, NOIDA. He has around 14 years experience in Technical Writing.

Venue
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Bharti Telesoft is sponsoring the venue for the March 21, 2009 session.

Bharti Telesoft is a rapidly growing provider of software products and solutions to wireless and wireline operators worldwide. Its portfolio of scalable and flexible applications enables carriers to unlock the revenue potential of their networks and covers key service and operational areas for operators today: Content, Mobile Commerce, Value Added Services, including Roaming, Messaging and Call Management solutions, and Business Support Systems.

Bharti Telesoft has deployed solutions in more than 35 countries, for over 60 service providers, including Orange, Vodafone, Airtel, and Hutch. Bharti Telesoft’s customers operate over 100 networks and deliver services to over 150 million subscribers worldwide.

For more details, please refer – http://www.bhartitelesoft.com/

Address
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Bharti Telesoft Ltd.
F-13, Okhla Phase – I,
New Delhi -110020.
Tel : +91-11-41611666

How to get to the venue:
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Route to Bharti Telesoft Ltd from Kalkaji.

When you are coming from Nehru Place, take *a right turn under the Maa Anandmayi Flyover* (*in front of Kalkaji temple*) towards Okhla Phase-I.

Note: The straight road from Nehru Place goes to Okhla Phase – III.

After *travelling for about 3 – 4 kms *straight, you will come across a *huge Airtel Office building *on the *left -hand *side. Take a *left turn from the first red light after crossing the Airtel Office building*. There is a Honda showroom and a Maruti showroom on each corner of the road.

After passing 2-3 buildings and diagonally opposite from the Honda service centre, you will see a large glass building on your right and that is Bharti Telesoft.

Alternatively, please refer the map –

Maximum Number of Participants:
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This session is limited to 30 participants.

Registration Details:
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To confirm your participation, please send a mail to Saravanan Manoharan at sara.techwrit@gmail.com and cc to Ashu Saini at
ashu.saini@bhartitelesoft.com

Please do not inquire about the session on this mailing list. Your participation is confirmed only if you receive a confirmation mail from Saravanan Manoharan/Ashu Saini.

Participation Fee:
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Rs. 100.00 for non-STC members. Free for STC members (Please quote your STC membership ID while sending the mail).

Please note the following:
– All participants (STC members or Non-STC members) have to register and get a confirmation mail from Saravanan Manoharan/Ashu Saini on or before March 18, 2009.
– Non-STC members can pay the participation fee at the session
– If you are staying in Noida/Gurgaon and you need help with transportation, please let me know.

Have a great day.

Thanks and Regards,
Ashu Saini

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Delhi(NCR) STC Learning Session on July 19, 2008 @ Fiserv, Noida

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Delhi (NCR) STC Learning Session on July 19, 2008.

The India chapter of the Society for Technical Communication is pleased to announce a learning session for technical communicators on July 19, 2008.

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Agenda
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10.00 AM to 10:30 AM
Registration and Introduction…

10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Session 1: Session on “Flare: Users Perspective” by Shilpa Singh from Fiserv

About the session
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MadCap Flare is the most versatile and powerful Help Authoring tool in the market. It is an advanced product from the creators of RoboHelp.

This session introduces you to the “MadCap Flare” workspace, highlights some of the frequently used features of Flare, and compares Flare with RoboHelp. Some other aspects of Flare will also be explored, reflecting the utility of this tool in technical communication.

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Shilpa Singh is a post graduate in Mass Communication, with a diploma in Instructional Design and Content Writing. She has a cumulative experience of five years in instructional design and technical writing. At present, she is working with Fiserv India as a technical editor. Shilpa is looking forward to your participation in this session in which she will walk you through various aspects of MadCap Flare!

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11.30 AM to 11.45 AM
Tea/Coffee/Snacks break

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11.45 AM to 12.45 PM

Session 2:  Session on “Software Usability and the WOW effect ” by Alok Sharma from SafeNet

This session covers the following topics:
  • Basics of Software Usability
  • What lead to the increased awareness on Usability aspects of a product or project?
  • How can I measure the Usability of my product?
  • How can I determine the ROI on Usability investments?
  • How can I contribute as a documentation professional?

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Alok is working with SafeNet Infotech as a Technical Writer. He has an experience of more than four years in technical documentation. His hobbies include reading (motivational stuff), writing, exploring new gadgets, and listening to diverse forms of music.

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12.45 PM to 01.00 PM
Q&A and Closure

Venue
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Fiserv is sponsoring the venue for the July 19, 2008 session.

Since its formation in 1984, Fiserv has grown into a worldwide organization with clients in more than 60 countries supported by nearly 25,000 employees. We are serving more than 18,000 clients worldwide with over 3600 products and a host of services.

Fiserv Global Services (FGS), as the India offshore development center is known, is operating out of multiple centers in Noida and Pune. The Technical Publications Center of Excellence (Tech Pub CoE) at FGS is a group of skilled resources with expertise in technical writing, instructional designing, reviewing, editing, planning, and delivering of technical documentation. The group has proficiency in authoring tools like Flare, FrameMaker, RoboHelp, Captivate and Learning Content Management System, and has worked with screen capture and graphic tools, version control systems and industry-standard style guides.

At this point, the group is associated with a number of projects and has delivered high-quality end-user documentation in various domains such as Banking, Credit Unions, Insurance, Payments and Industry Products, to name a few.

Visit the Fiserv Website at: http://www.fiserv.com

Address
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Fiserv India Pvt Limited
A94/8, Sector 58 (Near EXL BPO offices)
Noida 201301

Note: The session will be held in the facility training room, Ivory

Fiserv Contact
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Aneesha Myles Shewani: 98118-39471

How to get to the venue:
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Please refer the map – http://www.wikimapia.org/#lat=28.6020153&lon=77.3597413&z=18&l=0&m=a&v=2

Maximum Number of Participants:
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This session is limited to 30 participants.

Registration Details:
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To confirm your participation, please send a mail to Saravanan Manoharan at sara.techwrit@gmail.com and cc to Aneesha Myles at aneesha.myles@fiserv.co.in

Please do not inquire about the session on this mailing list. Your participation is confirmed only if you receive a confirmation mail from Saravanan Manoharan.

Participation Fee:
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Rs. 100.00 for non-STC members. Free for STC members (Please quote your STC membership ID while sending the mail).

Please note the following:
– All participants (STC members or Non-STC members) have to register and get a confirmation mail from Saravanan Manoharan on or before July 16, 2008.
– Non-STC members can pay the participation fee at the session
– If you are staying in Delhi/Gurgaon and you need help with transportation, please let me know.

Have a great day.

Thanks and Regards,
Saravanan
Delhi (NCR) City Representative
STC India Chapter
9818220406
https://rubricate.wordpress.com

First STC Learning Session in Chandigarh – June 28, 2008

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STC Learning Session on June 28, 2008 @ Chandigarh

The India chapter of the Society for Technical Communication is pleased to announce the first learning session for technical communicators on June 28, 2008 @ Chandigarh.

To know more about STC India, please visit www.stc-india.org

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Agenda
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10.00 AM to 10:30 AM
Registration and Introduction

10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Session 1: “Blogs, RSS and Folksonomies: An Introduction to Web 2.0″ by Saravanan Manoharan from MTree Software

About the session
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In this session you can get to know the basics of Web 2.0 and its relevance in Technical Communication.

You can also get some insights on:

*   Blogs – How to create a company blog in five easy steps
*   RSS – How to use RSS in your blogs
*   Folksonomies – How to use Folksonomies effectively

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Saravanan Manoharan is a Computer Science graduate, currently working with Mtree Software as a Technical Writer. He has around six years of experience in Technical Communication. Saravanan is also pursuing the PGPBM for Working Managers (WMP) course conducted by IIM Lucknow, Noida Campus. His hobbies include networking, playing drums, learning new languages, playing all sort of sports, and reading varieties of books.

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11.30 AM to 11.45 AM
Tea/Coffee/Snacks break

11.45 AM to 12.45 PM
Session 2:  Session on “Teaching Technical Writing” by Amit Das from Chitkara University, Chandigarh

About the session
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In this session, Amit would be discussing the following:

* Technical Writing: Perception and Challenges
* Technical Writing Process
* Resources available for Technical Writers
* Growth in Technical Writing

He would also be informing the audience about the latest Technical Writing books that are available and at the end he would like to discuss with the audience and get inputs for an ideal Technical Writing Syllabus.
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Amit Das works as a Senior Lecturer in Chitkara Engineering College, Chandigarh. He is a Post Graduate in English, ELC and has a certificate in Documentation. He has varied experiences starting from working in an NGO to Documentation Manager. Currently, Amit is teaching Technical Writing and College Writing for George Brown College, Toronto in Chitkara Engineering College, Chandigarh

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12.45 PM to 01.00 PM
Q&A and Closure

Venue
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Seasia Consulting is sponsoring their venue for the First STC Chandigarh Learning session on June 28, 2008.

Seasia is one of the fastest growing IT services companies in the Chandigarh region. Seasia exclusively provides offshore development services to Saber Corporation, Portland, USA (www.sabercorp.com). In their work together, Saber and Seasia have demonstrated their close alignment in their values, work ethics and passion for excellence. Saber’s corporate mission is brief and straightforward — “To be the premier provider of software products and services that enable government to better serve citizens.” Saber’s demand for excellence coupled with Seasia’s capability and resourcefulness have combined to help Saber fulfill its commitments to its customers. Saber’s incredible growth rates also create a high rate of growth for Seasia as well as provides employees of Seasia with both temporary and long term career paths into Saber in the US.

For more details about Seasia, please visit http://www.seasiaconsulting.com

Address
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Seasia Consulting
SCO 40,41,42, Sector-26
Madhya Marg
Chandigarh – 160019
India.
Phone #: +91-172-5056600

How to get to the venue
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Please refer the map here – http://www.wikimapia.org/#lat=30.7249041&lon=76.8074799&z=18&l=0&m=a&v=2

Maximum Number of Participants:
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This session is limited to 30 participants only.

Registration Details:
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To confirm your participation, please send your contact details (Name of the Company and Contact Number) to Saravanan Manoharan at sara.techwrit@gmail.com and cc to Vinish Garg at vinishjg@gmail.com

Please do not inquire about the session on this mailing list. Your participation is confirmed only if you receive a confirmation mail from Vinish Garg or Saravanan Manoharan.

Participation Fee
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Rs. 150.00 for non-STC members. Free for STC members (Please quote your STC membership ID while sending the mail).

Please note the following:

– All participants (STC members or Non-STC members) must register and get a confirmation mail from Vinish Garg or Saravanan Manoharan on or before June 25, 2008.
– Non-STC members can pay the participation fee at the session

Have a great day.

Thanks and Regards,
Saravanan
Delhi (NCR) City Representative
STC India Chapter
9818220406
http://rurbricate.wordpress.com

Delhi (NCR) STC Learning Session, March 29, 2008 @ Magma Design Automation, Noida

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Delhi (NCR) STC Learning Session on March 29, 2008.

The India chapter of the Society for Technical Communication is pleased to announce a learning session for technical communicators on March 29, 2008.

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Agenda
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10.15 AM to 10:30 AM
Introduction…

10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Session 1: “Blogs, RSS and Folksnomies: Introduction to Web 2.0” by Saravanan Manoharan from MTree Software

About the session
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In this session you can get to know the basics of Web 2.0 and some insights on Blogs, RSS and Folksnomies.

11.30 AM to 11.45 AM
Tea/Coffee/Snacks break

11.45 AM to 01.00 PM
Session 2: “Using Wiki as an Intranet” by Saravanan Manoharan from Mtree Software

About the session
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In this session you can get to know how to install a Wiki and use it as an Intranet with the following features:

* Blog
* Forum
* Articles
* Calendar

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Saravanan Manoharan is a Computer Science graduate, currently working with Mtree Software as a Technical Writer. He has five years of experience in Technical Communication. Saravanan is also pursuing the PGPBM for Working Managers (WMP) course conducted by IIM Lucknow, Noida Campus. His hobbies include networking, playing drums, learning new languages, playing all sort of sports, and reading varieties of books.

01.00 PM to 01.15 PM
Q&A and Closure

Venue
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Magma Design Automation is sponsoring the venue for the March 29, 2008 session.

Magma Design Automation, with headquarters in Silicon Valley and a global network of sales & support personnel, develops software for electronic design automation (EDA), enabling integrated circuit designers to meet critical time-to-market objectives, improve chip performance and handle multimillion-gate designs.

Magma Design Automation provides electronic design automation (EDA) software that enables chip designers to meet critical time-to-market objectives, improve chip performance and handle multimillion-gate designs. Magma software comprises a system that is integrated yet open, capable of reading and writing data in industry-standard formats. By providing unequaled automation, scalability and predictable results, iterations can be eliminated and time to market can be significantly improved. Magma’s complete RTL-to-GDSII design flows include design planning, prototyping, synthesis, place & route, and signal and power integrity chip design capabilities in a single executable, enabling chip designers to “Design Ahead of the Curve”™. Magma’s software also includes products for capacitance extraction; circuit simulation; characterization and modeling; and CAD navigation.

Magma’s customers – among them Broadcom, Fujitsu, Infineon, NEC Electronics America, Samsung, Toshiba, Texas Instruments and Vitesse, to name a few – include the world’s leading semiconductor companies, creating chips more advanced than ever before.

Magma’s stock trades on NASDAQ under the ticker symbol LAVA. For more information about Magma and its products, visit http://www.magma-da.com.

Address
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Magma Design Automation India Pvt Ltd
A-41, Correnthum,
Tower ‘B’, Lobe-3, Fifth Floor.
Sector-62
Noida-201 301
Uttar Pradesh
India
Tel: – 0120- 4018400
Fax: – 0120 -4018499

How to get to the venue:
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Please refer the map – http://www.wikimapia.org/#lat=28.626927&lon=77.372139&z=16&l=0&m=a&v=2

Maximum Number of Participants:
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This session is limited to 30 participants.

Registration Details:
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To confirm your participation, please send a mail to Saravanan Manoharan at sara.techwrit@gmail.com and cc to Vishal Gupta at vgupta@magma-da.com

Please do not inquire about the session on this mailing list. Your participation is confirmed only if you receive a confirmation mail from Saravanan Manoharan.

Participation Fee:
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Rs. 100.00 for non-STC members. Free for STC members (Please quote your STC membership ID while sending the mail).

Please note the following:
– All participants (STC members or Non-STC members) have to register and get a confirmation mail from Saravanan Manoharan on or before March 26, 2008.
– Non-STC members can pay the participation fee at the session
– If you are staying in Delhi/Gurgaon and you need help with transportation, please let me know.

Have a great day.

Thanks and Regards,
Saravanan
Delhi (NCR) City Representative
STC India Chapter
9818220406

Delhi (NCR) STC Learning Session February 02, 2008 @ Bharti Telesoft, Delhi

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Delhi (NCR) STC Learning Session on February 2, 2008.

The India chapter of the Society for Technical Communication is pleased to announce a  learning session for technical communicators on February 2, 2008.

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Agenda
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10.15 AM to 10:30 AM
Introduction…

10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Session 1: Session on “Knowledge Management” by Angelo Mohanan from Accenture

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Angelo Mohanan is a Commerce Graduate, presently Working for Accenture as a Knowledge Management (KM) Specialist. He has previously worked with Wipro Net. as ISP Trouleshooting Support, with NIIT Ltd. as Instructional Designer / Content Developer, with Impetus Technologies as Technical Writer, and with Intersoft Data Labs into MARCOM and Business Documentation. Angelo has overall 6 yrs of writing experience.

11.30 AM to 11.45 AM
Tea/Coffee/Snacks break

11.45 AM to 01.00 PM
Session 2:  “Programming Concepts for Writers” by Saravanan Manoharan from Mtree Software

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Saravanan Manoharan is a Computer Science graduate, currently working with Mtree Software as a Technical Writer. He has five years of  experience in Technical Communication. Saravanan is also pursuing the PGPBM for Working Managers (WMP) course conducted by IIM Lucknow, Noida Campus. His hobbies include networking, playing drums, learning languages, playing all sort of sports, and reading varieties of books.

01.00 PM to 01.15 PM
Q&A and Closure

Venue
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Bharti Telesoft is sponsoring the venue for the February 2, 2008 session.

Bharti Telesoft is a rapidly growing provider of software products and solutions to wireless and wireline operators worldwide. Its portfolio of scalable and flexible applications enables carriers to unlock the revenue potential of their networks and covers key service and operational areas for operators today: Content, Mobile Commerce, Value Added Services, including Roaming, Messaging and Call Management solutions, and Business Support Systems. Bharti Telesoft has deployed solutions in more than 35 countries, for over 60 service providers, including Orange, Vodafone, Airtel, and Hutch. Bharti Telesoft’s customers operate over 100 networks and deliver services to over 150 million subscribers worldwide.

For more details, please refer – http://www.bhartitelesoft.com/

Address
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Bharti Telesoft Ltd.
F-13, Okhla Phase – I,
New Delhi -110020.
Tel : +91-11-41611666

How to get to the venue:
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Route to Bharti Telesoft Ltd from Kalkaji.

When you are coming from Nehru Place, take *a right turn under the Maa Anandmayi Flyover* (*in front of Kalkaji temple*) towards Okhla Phase-I.

Note: The straight road from Nehru Place goes to Okhla Phase – III.

After *travelling for about 3 – 4 kms *straight, you will come across a *huge Airtel Office building *on the *left -hand *side. Take a *right turn from the first red light after crossing the Airtel Office building*. There is a Honda showrrom and a Maruti showroom on each corner of the road.

After passing 2-3 buildings and diagonally opposite from the Honda service centre , you will see a large glass building on your right and that is Bharti Telesoft.

Alternatively, please refer the map –

Maximum Number of Participants:
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This session is limited to 30 participants.

Registration Details:
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To confirm your participation, please send a mail to Saravanan Manoharan at sara.techwrit@gmail.com and cc to Ashu Saini at
ashu.saini@bhartitelesoft.com

Please do not inquire about the session on this mailing list. Your participation is confirmed only if you receive a confirmation mail from Saravanan Manoharan.

Participation Fee:
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Rs. 100.00 for non-STC members. Free for STC members (Please quote your STC membership ID while sending the mail).

Please note the following:
– All participants (STC members or Non-STC members) have to register and get a confirmation mail from Saravanan Manoharan on or before January 30, 2008.
– Non-STC members can pay the participation fee at the session
– If you are staying in Noida/Gurgaon and you need help with transportation, please let me know.

Have a great day.

Thanks and Regards,
Saravanan
Delhi (NCR) City Representative
STC India Chapter
9818220406

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