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Andhra News as on October 1, 2018

  • Visakhapatnam:: 702 GITAM students get jobs during the year::* As many as 702 final year students from various branches of engineering of the GITAM deemed to be university have landed jobs during this year according to Vice Chancellor M.S.Prasada Rao. The students had been placed in companies like Microsoft, Value Labs, TCS, Digital, Informatica, NCR, Accenture, Deloitte and Invenio among others.
  • Visakhapatnam:: ‘Yuva Nestham’ inaugural on October 2::*Unemployed youngsters who have been selected under the ‘Yuva Nestham’ programme from the district would be issued eligibility letters by the respective MLAs on October 2 marking the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. The selected youths, who have registered their names on the ‘Mukhyamantri Yuva Nestham’ website should attend the inaugural programme. A total of 14,315 candidates have been selected for the programme from the district.
  • Visakhapatnam:: IOB offers more benefits to ‘Super senior citizens’::* The IOB launched a scheme with special benefits named ‘IOB Eighty Plus’ for the ‘super senior citizens’ on Monday. The scheme was launched on the occasion of Senior Citizens’ Day. As part of the scheme, the customers above 80 years of age will get an additional interest of 0.75% on term deposit, 0.25% more interest the current applicable senior citizens.
  • Kadapa:: 21 councillors quit::* As many as 21 councillors of the Proaddatur Municipality tendered their resignations on Monday reportedly on expressing displeasure over alleged interference by senior TDP leader N.Varadarajulu Reddy.
  • Vijayawada:: State Information Commissioners appointed::* The State government has appointed retired IFS officer M.Ravi Kumar, retired IPS officer B.V.Ramana Kumar, and advocate Katta Janardhana Rao as State Information Commissioners under the Right to Information Act, 2005. They will hold office for five years each from the date of assumption of office or till the date of attainment of 60 years whichever is earlier.


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