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Technical writers' meet begins today

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Bangalore , Dec. 2

THE Society for Technical Communication (India Chapter) said its sixth annual conference would be held at Taj Connemara, Chennai on December 3 and 4. The conference is expected to attract about 250 technical writers and communicators from all over the country.

It will be inaugurated by Mr Chandra Sekaran, Executive VP & MD, Cognizant Technology Solutions, while various industry experts would be speaking at the two-day event.

"We plan to bring the best communication practices to technical writers in India," said Mr Ramesh Aiyyangar, STC India Administrative Council Member, in a press release.

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