Events To Attend This Week (27/03/15 – 02/04/15)
Fire prevention workshop, heritage walk depicting, women stories, traffic awareness campaign and a lot more to look forward to this week. Check out these five events you should attend this week.
1. Public Policy Bootcamp – Delhi
Vision India Foundation (VIF) in partnership with the Indian School of Business (Bharti Institute of Public Policy) invites aspiring young leaders to a summer school in public policy and governance. It is a unique launchpad for motivated minds looking to join the modern nation building movement.
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The BootCamp gives a chance to work with some of the most impactful policy makers of the country. Government of Andhra Pradesh is one of our engagement partners. BootCamp participants will work with the AP Govt. and other high-impact policy makers.
The BootCamp is designed for young enthusiasts who are ready to launch themselves in the domain of public policy and public leadership. Find out about the selection procedure here.
Identify your call with them : Application Form
Priority Deadline : 31st March, 2015 Apply before the priority deadline to be eligible for a scholarship.
For further information on the Policy BootCamp, please write to them at- email@example.com
2. Traffic Awareness Campaign – Chennai
Attend the Traffic Awareness Campaign – An initiative by Thozhan. Topic – Dream For No Accidents In Chennai City – Accident Free Nation. If you are willing to join them fill in this form. This month, the team is conducting TAC at 10 Traffic Signals across Chennai. Know more about the event here.
When: 29th March
3. Masakkali and the Empress – Heritage Walk Celebrating Women’s Stories – Delhi
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Darwesh & INTACH Delhi Chapter Celebrates Stories of Women in Delhi’s Past
PuraniDelli (Old Delhi) is full of fables and legends that are a reminder of Delhi’s colourful past. Of these many legends and characters there was once a princess who became the first woman ruler of Delhi. She was none other than Razia Sultan and this walk is dedicated to her. More details.
When: 28th March
Where: Turkman Gate, next to Delhi Stock Exchange
4. Workshop on Fire Prevention – Bengaluru
A workshop is organised to know more on Fire Safety in Association With Beyond Carlton and Karnataka Fire & Emergency Services
- Case Study on actual fire accident by Beyond Carlton
- Dy. Director ( Fire Prevention) will address participants.
- Mandatory and Statutory
- Operational requirement
- Fire Extinguishers Operation
- Fire Hydrants operation
- Process of Evacuation / Drill
To register and know more click Here
When: 28th March
Where: AIMM, ApartmentADDA, #54 The Planet, Whitefield Mainroad, Opp to HLL and above Foodworld
5. Blood Donation Camp – Delhi
Mother Teresa has said that ” By giving your blood you give more strength and you give love, compassion to those who suffer.” It is for realizing this objective and providing a platform to people at large, Youth Wing of Manav Utthan Sewa Samiti (MUSS)is organising a blood donation camp at Shri Hans Satsang Bhawan, 2/12,, 110026 East Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi in association with Lions Blood bank society. They invite participation of all for expressing their simple love and compassion towards the needy and deserving. More details.
When: March 29th
Where: Shri Hans Satsang Bhawan, 2/12,, 110026 East Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi
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