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Meet on business opportunities for women

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HYDERABAD: A seminar on business opportunities for unemployed women, organised by the SIP Academy India Pvt Ltd, a Chennai-based Indian arm of SIP Academy of Malaysia, would be held in City on March 14 at the Lions Bhavan.

The seminar would focus on new educational concepts for children aged 6-12 through two well-known whole brain development programmes — The Brain Gym and Abacus — according to Mr V. Dinesh, Managing Director of SIP, who would also address the meeting.

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