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Appointed WAPS advisor

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COIMBATORE: Mr M.S. Mathivanan, Chairman of SSM College of Engineering, Kumarapalayam, has been appointed international advisor of World Academy of Productivity Science (WAPS) headquartered in the US.

WAPS, formed as per resolutions adopted at the 1985 world productivity congress, is a non-profit organisation incorporated under the Swiss civil code and functions in close tandem with the World Confederation of Productivity Science, according to a press release from the SSM college of Engineering.

The release further said that Mr Mathivanan had been a participant at the world productivity congress held in Sweden and Turkey.

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