The Deccan Herald Healing Hands initiative identified and felicitated as many as 44 doctors and hospitals at an award ceremony at Radisson Blu hotel here on Saturday evening, for their relentless and tireless efforts to help Covid patients during the pandemic. Read more here.
Being An Awesome People Leader. Read more here.
Blue Cross co-founder Chinny Krishna from the batch of 1959 received Prani Mitra award for Lifetime Animal Services on February 16, 2021. Read more here.
A band of doctors from the city will play a cricket match at the CC&FC on Tuesday, 26th Jan, 2021 to honour Dr Vece Paes. A doctor, an Olympian hockey player, father and mentor to Leander Paes, a medical consultant with a number of sports bodies, including the Board of Control for Cricket in India and the Indian Davis Cup team — Dr Paes wears many hats with ease. Read more here.
Ragavendra R. Baliga, batch of 1975 was featured in Vijaya Karnataka on January 9, 2021. Click here to read more.
Fazal Khaleel (Class of 1989), a former top order batsman is now chairman of KSCA’s state selection committees. Read more here.
The Legacy of Financial Literacy: Guiding my Child to Financial Success. A book written by Jyotinath Ganguly (Class of 1975)
Financial literacy is recognized as a critical skill that is widely lacking among students and young earners. This book is the outcome of the author’s conversations with his child during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic which increased awareness of the criticality of financial planning. The book describes the prerequisites needed to embark on a journey towards financial planning and success by means of understanding personal and family goals. The outcome is concepts and effective implementation of portfolio management, to equip the reader to plan for and to achieve ongoing life goals, and also to build a corpus capable of providing support for decades after retirement.
The book is in the Amazon Kindle store. The Paperback edition is available in 8 countries.
Col. Christopher Rego (Class of 1976) featured among “ten entrepreneur karma yogis” of the Indian Armed Forces in a book “Success from Being Mad” published last month