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Summer training programme for kids in Thiruvananthapuram

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A summer-time training programme on practical electronics and computer for school children will commence at the Institution of Engineers hall here from May 3.

Being jointly sponsored by the Institution of Engineers (India) and the Energy Management Centre (EMC), an autonomous body under the State Government, the programme would be built around the core concept of energy conservation, the Honorary Secretary of the Kerala State Centre of the Institution of Engineers said here.

Further details can be had at telephone no: (0471) 2322991 and 2330105.

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