Chennai: Sri Ramakrishna Math in Chennai is offering six-month-long courses in Sanskrit.
Classes will be conducted from 7.15 PM to 8.15 PM starting March 2.
Eminent Teachers from Samskrita Bharati will conduct the classes. Certificates will be issued on completion of the course. For further details & registration, contact Sri Ramakrishna Math Office, Mylapore, in person or call phone 044 – 24621110.
The objective of the course is to speak in Sanskrit and understand simple and basic slokas. And to be able to read and understand Ramayana, Gita and similar Texts.(Inputs from agencies)
Nokia manufacturing unit in Chennai has started manufacturing 5G radio equipment called base stations, the company announced on Thursday.
One of the largest telecom equipment manufacturing plants in the country, the plant recently hit the 4 million unit annual production milestone of 2G, 3G and 4G units.
It serves both domestic as well as global customers, shipping to over 100 countries.
“Nokia was the first to leverage the skills and capabilities in India and start manufacturing telecom networks equipments in the country in 2008. We are now pioneering 5G manufacturing in the country, making India and the world ready for 5G.” said Sanjay Malik, Senior Vice President and Head of the India Market at Nokia.
Nokia’s Chennai factory produces a range of telecom equipment across technologies, and now will include 5G gear in its shipment as network deployments start.
Public sector telecom operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) this month signed a MoU with Nokia Solutions and Networks India Pvt Ltd for Industry 4.0.
Industry 4.0 is the next level of automation in manufacturing where machines become smart, share data and includes Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud computing.