This awesomeness doubles with the news that Mr Dharmarajan has recently
promoted to cadre of Joint Secretary at Niti Ayog.
Srinivasu Chakravarthula | @csrinivasu
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> On 18-Sep-2016, at 22:36, Blind Graduates' Forum of India (BGFI)
> <contact.b...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear All,
> Greetings from Blind Graduates' Forum of India (BGFI)!
> Blind Graduates Forum of India is honored to be hosting the graduates
> And readers / Scribes’ Day this September. This annual event aims at
> Encouraging more and more visually challenged pursue their higher
> Education and expressing our gratitude to readers who have been
> Selflessly opening up the printed world and to scribes / writers who
> Contribute to shape the future of the students.
> Wouldn’t this be a great opportunity to meet with the man working as
> Director in RDMEO, NITI Aayog, Mumbai?
> We take pleasure in inviting you to an inspirational talk by Mr. R.
> Dharmarajan Iyer as we celebrate Readers Day to recognize the
> Of readers for visually impaired, and felicitate fresh graduates.
> Date: Saturday, September 24, 2016.
> Time: 3 P.M. to 6 P.M.
> Venue: Yashwantrao Chavan Pratishthan basement hall, Jagannathrao
> Bosale Marg, Nariman Point, Mumbai 400021 - opposite Mantralay.
> The venue can be conveniently reached by bus root number 138 from CST
> Station as well as 138/100 from Churchgate station. Share taxi
> Services are also available from both these railway stations.
> About our Speaker:
> it is an honour to have as Guest speaker, Mr. R. Dharmarajan Iyer who
> is Working as Director in RDMEO,NITI Aayog, Mumbai and has recently
> been promoted to the level of Joint Secretary which is perhaps one of
> the most prestigious position to be achieved by a visually challenged.
> Mr. Iyer has also been part of a team of 6 Blind persons from
> Mumbai Presented with National Level award for blind
> Photography for project
> “Beyond The Eye with Camera” conferred by the confederation of NGOs
> He has been greatly involved in counselling, Rehabilitation and
> training of newly blind who have been looking for help and guidance.
> a Diploma in MS Office in 1st Class from
> VMIBM Institute of Computer education, Mumbai in 2004, Mr. Iyer has
> been Awarded “M N Chatrapati Award” in 1996 for Outstanding
> Performance Rehabilitation Training conducted by the Department
> Of Rehabilitation, NAB (National Association for the Blind).
> Besides, he has also Attended many
> training courses on different subjects including various aspects of
> Forward Trading, Derivatives in Stock Exchanges, Warehouse Receipt
> Systems, regulation of derivative markets in the USA by the CFTC,
> Regulations by SEBI on Securities Markets etc. and on implementation
> of government social programmes.
> An interaction with such an Achiever will surely enlighten us and help
> the graduates pursue their passion and inspire them to build a strong
> Participants are requested to connect with & inform Santosh Salian of
> their presence by calling on 99307 75758 preferably before Wednesday,
> 21st September, 2016. .
> We look forward to having you there!
> The BGFI Team.
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