Asish Computer Centre TP Under PBSSD in Panskura-1 Purba Medinipur

Name of the TP Under PBSSD:  Asish Computer Centre

Centre Name:  Asish Computer Centre

Address:  Asish Computer Centre, Vill-Kanakpur Jk
Market,P.O.- Panskura Rs, Ps- Panskura, Dist- Purbo Medinipur, Pin-721152

Municipality:  Panskura

Sub-Division:  Tamluk

Block:  Panskura-1

District:  Purba Medinipur

State: West Bengal

Approved Sectors:  MED

Approved Modules:  MED-102,MED-134

Capacity of Batch per Shift:  2

Batch Size:  MED-102 20, MED-134 20

Empanelled:  Empanelled

Asish Computer Centre TP Under PBSSD in Panskura Purba Medinipur

Name of the TP Under PBSSD:  Asish Computer Centre

Centre Name:  Asish Computer Centre

Address:  Asish Computer Centre, Gourangapur,Raghunathbari,Purba Medinipur, West Bengal-721634

Municipality:  

Sub-Division:  Tamluk

Block:  Panskura-1

District:  Purba Medinipur

State: West Bengal

Approved Sectors:  ICT, SS

Approved Modules:  ICT701,ICT702,SS101

Capacity of Batch per Shift:  2

Batch Size:  ICT701 20, ICT702 20, SS101
20

Empanelled:  Empanelled

Sgrs Academic Private Limited TP Under PBSSD in Sadar Jalpaiguri (BAN101 20)

Name of the TP Under PBSSD:  Sgrs Academic Private Limited

Centre Name:  Sgrs Academic Private Limited

Address:  Sgrs Training Centre A Unit Of Sgrs Academic Pvt Ltd, Subhas Nagar, Opposite Pioneer House, Maynaguri, Jalpaiguri- 735224

Municipality:  Jalpaiguri

Sub-Division:  Sadar

Block:  Sadar

District:  Jalpaiguri

State: West Bengal

Approved Sectors:  BAN

Approved Modules:  BAN101

Capacity of Batch per Shift:  1

Batch Size:  BAN101 20

Empanelled:  Empanelled

Sgrs Academic Private Limited TP Under PBSSD in Sadar Jalpaiguri (BAN101)

Name of the TP Under PBSSD:  Sgrs Academic Private Limited

Centre Name:  Sgrs Academic Private Limited

Address:  Mg Road, Beguntary More, Jalpaiguri

Municipality:  Jalpaiguri

Sub-Division:  Sadar

Block:  Sadar

District:  Jalpaiguri

State: West Bengal

Approved Sectors:  BAN

Approved Modules:  BAN101

Capacity of Batch per Shift:  2

Batch Size:  BAN101

Empanelled:  Empanelled

Kamala Surayya Poetess, novelist Famous Personality of India

Kamala Surayya Poetess, novelist famous Personality of India.

(Kamala Surayya)

Born 31 March 1934
Punnayurkulam, Thrissur, Cochin
Died 31 May 2009 (aged 75)
Pune, Maharashtra, India
Pen name Madhavikutty
Occupation Poetess, novelist, short story writer
Nationality Indian
Genre Poetry, novel, short story, memoirs
Notable awards Ezhuthachchan Puraskaram, Vayalar Award, Sahitya Akademi Award, Asan World Prize, Asian Poetry Prize, Kent Award

Kamala Surayya (born Kamala; 31 March 1934– 31 May 2009), popularly known by her (one-time) name Madhavikutty and Kamala Das, was an Indian English poetess and at the same time a leading Malayalam author from Kerala, India. Her popularity in Kerala is based chiefly on her short stories and autobiography, while her oeuvre in English, written under the name Kamala Das, is noted for the poems and explicit autobiography. She was also a widely read columnist and wrote on diverse topics including women’s issues, child care, politics among others.

Her open and honest treatment of female sexuality, free from any sense of guilt, infused her writing with power, but also marked her as an iconoclast in her generation. On 31 May 2009, aged 75, she died at a hospital in Pune.

On 1st February 2018, Google Doodle by artist Manjit Thapp celebrates the work Kamala Das left behind, which provides a window into the world of an engrossing woman.

Early life:

Surayya was born in Punnayurkulam, Thrissur District in Kerala, on 31 March 1934, to V. M. Nair, a former managing editor of the widely circulated Malayalam daily Mathrubhumi, and Nalapat Balamani Amma, a renowned Malayali poet.

She spent her childhood between Calcutta, where her father was employed as a senior officer in the Walford Transport Company that sold Bentley and Rolls Royce automobiles, and the Nalapat ancestral home in Punnayurkulam.

Like her mother, Balamani Amma, Kamala Das also excelled in writing. Her love of poetry began at an early age through the influence of her great uncle, Nalapat Narayana Menon, a prominent writer.

At the age of 15, she got married to bank officer Madhava Das, who encouraged her writing interests, and she started writing and publishing both in English and in Malayalam. Calcutta in the 1960s was a tumultuous time for the arts, and Kamala Das was one of the many voices that came up and started appearing in cult anthologies along with a generation of Indian English poets. English was the language she chose for all six of her published poetry collections.

Literary career:

She was noted for her many Malayalam short stories as well as many poems written in English. Das was also a syndicated columnist. She once claimed that “poetry does not sell in this country [India],” but her forthright columns, which sounded off on everything from women’s issues and child care to politics, were popular.

Das’ first book of poetry, Summer in Calcutta was a breath of fresh air in Indian English poetry. She wrote chiefly of love, its betrayal, and the consequent anguish. Ms. Das abandoned the certainties offered by an archaic, and somewhat sterile, aestheticism for an independence of mind and body at a time when Indian poets were still governed by “19th-century diction, sentiment and romanticised love.

At the age of 42, she published a daring autobiography, My Story; it was originally written in Malayalam (titled Ente Katha) and later she translated it into English. Later she admitted that much of the autobiography had fictional elements.

Conversion to Islam:

She was born in a conservative Hindu Nair (Nalapat) family having royal ancestry, She embraced Islam on December 11, 1999, at the age of 65 and assumed the name Kamala Surayya.

She gave interview as “I am against the Hindu way of cremating the dead. I do not want my body to be burnt. But this was only a minor consideration. I have always had a strong affection for the Islamic way of life. I adopted two blind Muslim children, Irshad Ahmed and Imtiaz Ahmed, and they brought me close to Islam. I had to study Islamic scriptures before teaching them. One is working as a professor in Darjeeling and another as a barrister in London.

Awards and other recognitions:

Kamala Das has received many awards for her literary contribution, including:

  • Award of Asian PEN anthology – 1964
  • Kerala Sahitya Academy Award – 1969 (for Cold)
  • Sahitya Academy Award – 1984
  • Asian World Prize-1985
  • Asian Poetry Prize – 1998
  • Kent Award for English Writing from Asian Countries – 1999
  • Vayalar Award – 2001
  • Honorary D.Litt by University of Calicut – 2006
  • Muttathu Varkey Award – 2006
  • Ezhuthachan Puraskaram – 2009

NOVELS:

  • Manomi[Based on Sreelankan Issue]
  • Chandanamarangal;1988[Lesbian Themed,Published in kalakoumudi along the Pictures of Artist Nambootiri]
  • Rugminikkoru Pavakutty;1975[First Story In Malayalam which address Pedophilia Later adopted For a film named Rukmnini won Kerala State Film Award]
  • Rohini;1975
  • Avasanatte Adithi;1975
  • Nashttapetta Neelambari;1993[MoSt Notable Work later adopted for a movie named Mazha]
  • Ennennum Tara;1992
  • Sharkkara Kondoru Tulabharam
  • Inte Swabhavam Anganya;1986
  • Manasi[Notable Work]
  • Kadalmayooram[Notable Work]
  • Aattukattil
  • Rathriyude Padavinyasam
  • Vandikaalaka

Drama,Screenplays:

  • Madhavi Varma
  • Kaalhi
  • Kadalil Veliyettam

Poems:

  • Aanamala Kavithakal

Death Info:

Kamala Surayya died on 31-05-2009 at a hospital in Pune in the state of Maharashtra, India at the age of 75.

ACC appointment

31/01/2018

ACC appointment

The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has approved the appointment of Smt. Neelam Kapur, IIS (1982), as Director General, Sports Authority of India, by upgrading the post to the Apex scale, till her superannuation or until further orders, whichever is earlier.