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`Techprop 2006' contest

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The last date for receipt for project synopsis for the `Techprop 2006' contest for identifying innovative ideas from engineering students from the South Indian States have been extended to January 31.

The extended time line is aimed at accommodating more entries for the contest, which has already evoked enthusiastic response, said Mr N. T. Nair, Editor, Executive Knowledge Lines (EKL). The winning entry will get a cash award of Rs 1 lakh. EKL is a co-sponsor of the contest. Application form and information brochure are available at www.thermalserver.in/contest.

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