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AU DCMS Building renamed after KV Sivayya

Visakhapatnam, July 10, 2004
The building of the Department of Commerce and Management Studies (DCMS) of Andhra University (AU) was named after KV Sivayya, a former Head of the Department at a function held on Thursday by the Vice-Chancellor YC Simhadri. He laid foundation stone for an extension building of the department.

It may be recalled that the Andhra University - Department of Commerce and Management Studies was the first University Department to offer the Master of Business Management (MBA) Program in India

NTPC celebrates Raising Day
Visakhapatnam, July 10, 2004
The seventh Raising Day of the Simhadri Thermal Power Plant of NTPC was celebrated on Thursday. The General Manager, R.Rama Rao hoisted the NTPC flag and complimented the employees for achieving a record generation during the year 2003-04.
Free eye clinic by Vedic Seva Trust
Visakhapatnam, July 10, 2004
Vedic Seva Trust in association with Sri Shirdi Sai Baba Spiritual Centre at Seethammadara will conduct a free eye camp on Sunday at 9.30am at the centre premises. According to secretary, the trust has been conducting free medical camps for the past three years and about 500 patients were provided free treatment so far.

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