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MGL is delighted to offer you the chance to evaluate our product Exome™ Horizon. Through our “Twin Delight”program you can try out a free 30-day trial version of Exome™ Horizon and purchase the product at 33% discount*.

MGL Life sciences in collaboration with Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) developed a unified bioinformatics learning environment – Exome™ Horizon. It facilitates students to get well versed in Sequence analysisStructural analysisand Drug designing module including QSAR [Quantitative Structure Activity Relationship].

To know more about Exome™ Horizon logon to: www.exome.mgl.com

For further inquiries on the program contact,

K Sasibhushan – +91-96189-99093

*The offer last till March 31st 2010

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Grant Discount on Exome™ Horizon

Now get Exome™ Horizon @ 33% off and free 30 days trial version

Contact: K Sasi bhushan – +919618999093

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Thondavadi v. Chandra et al
Sandy Chandra:
Chairman & CEO

Sandy K. Chandra, became the Non-Executive Chairman of the Company in June 2001 and became Executive Chairman in June 2004. As Chairman, he is credited with several strategic initiatives being undertaken, such as acquisitions and fund raisings. He obtained his B.Tech. in Chemical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras in 1973, and an MBA from Rutgers University, US in 1976. He worked for ABB Lummus Crest for 18 years in various capacities eventually heading operations in India. He has been appointed as Executive Chairman & CEO for a period of 5 years with effect from June 30, 2004 with the Central Government’s approval.

Nandu Thondavadi:

Dr. Nandu Thondavadi holds an extensive proven record of success in establishing and growing successful technology businesses and operations, increasing revenues, and leading international programs.

As the CEO of MGL, Thondavadi grew the business from zero to $250M in annual revenue, acquiring major accounts, expanding the business through penetration of new verticals and by acquiring nine additional companies. In addition, he took the company public and created a profitable software development joint venture with MasterCard International. Through his innovative, effective leadership, the company earned awards and recognition from Ernst & Young, Deloitte & Touche, Crain Chicago, and Diversity Magazine.

Prior to launching Mascon Global, Mr. Thondavadi served as Vice President for Coleman Cable Systems, where he increased productivity by introducing new processes and technologies, and by implementing a specialized MRP system for production control. He also reduced inventory by migrating the company to a Lean / Just in Time methodology suite. Through Thondavadi’s dynamic leadership as Director of the Corporate Technology Center, Square D Company / Groupe Schneider dramatically increased profitability by introducing new product costing methods and eliminating many unprofitable products in one of their divisions. Mr. Thondavadi’s earlier success includes a position as a Professor of Operations Management at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, and an award-winning turn as a Senior Engineer Consultant at Electronic Data Systems (EDS).

A resident of Illinois, Thondavadi is the author of the highly-acclaimed book, “Offshore Outsourcing: A Path to New Efficiencies in Information Technology and Business Processes,” and he has served on the boards of globally-listed technology companies and charitable organizations. He holds a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management.

SpecialtiesActivity Based Costing, BPR, Business Intelligence, Consulting, Business Development, Corporate Finance, Entrepreneurship, ERP, Governance, Joint Ventures, Management Consulting, Marketing, Operations Management, Policy Analysis, Process Engineering, Quality, Sales, Scheduling, Simulation, Software Development, Supply Chain, Strategy, Teaching

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Greetings from MGL!

With the exams over, a question that you will undoubtedly ask yourself is whether you are skilled enough to take up the industry challenges that will be subjected on you at your job.

Doubt no more. Equip yourself with the best industry knowledge at MGL. Utilize your vacation time to enhance your skills and get direct exposure to the corporate world.

MGL is organizing seminars/workshops as your industry partner. The goal of the workshop is to throw light on industry relevant life sciences, particularly in Biotechnology and Bioinformatics, trends and technologies imparting paradigm shifts. Our state-of-the-art training includes sequence analysis, structural bioinformatics, chemoinformatics, drug designing, data analysis and various programming languages like Perl, Python and their applications. Solve real life industry problems through world class patented products used by the life sciences industry.

Workshop Titles

  • Fundamentals of software engineering in Life Sciences
  • Introduction to Machine leaning: Techniques & Applications
  • Drug discovery & Clinical trials
  • In-Silico drug designing
  • Handling Omics data : Genotype to Phenotype
  • Evolution of DNA Bar-Coding: Phylogeny
  • Era of open source software in Life Sciences : Tools and database
  • ABC of Molecular DOCKING
  • Microarrays: Concept, Data Analysis & Applications
  • Know what to do with your Genome Sequence
  • Scripting and programming languages for Bio-IT applications

Schedule

3 days seminar/workshops. Fresh batches start from 15th December 2009 to March 2010. Sessions repeat every 15 days

Benefits

  • Option to choose on-campus location
  • Option to choose from three training tracks – SILVER* (Basic), GOLD* (Advance) and PLATINUM* (Corporate)
  • Additional free session on “Corporate Etiquettes” with every workshop
  • Case study driven approaches to apply theoretical concepts to scientific problems

* Different fee structures apply for Silver, Gold and Platinum training levels

Venue:

MGL – Health Care & Life Sciences Division,

758, Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon, INDIA

Contact Details:

Dr. Chitra Gupta, Senior Computational Biologist and Training coordinator

Health Care & Life Sciences Division,

Phone: 0124-4505301, 0124-4505308

Mail id: training.gurgaon@mgl.com

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15122008

Ashok Ramani – Vocal

Nagai Muralidharan – Violin

Srimushnam Raja Rao – Mridangam

Raja Ganesh – Kanjira

The concert started with Vanajakshi – Varnam (Kalyani). Initially, singer Ashok Ramani was beleaguered with his troubled voice but thankfully in response Nagai Muralidharan managed to help him craft the rest of the piece very nicely.

The second piece – ‘Nijamunnia Nambinen’, Bilahari, Kanda Chapu – was also a moderate one with few lakshanas. However, Ashok Ramani tried to bring out the essence of Bilahari in the beginning and kept his audience intact with his performance. So to say, it was not his day as he struggled with vocal strains wouldn’t be far from the truth. Muralidharan and Raja Rao were of a great support to him and the later encouraged him with his kindling strokes that evidently made him more at ease.

Bhuvini Dasudane’- Sri Ranjani was the next to come. The swaram rendering was really good as Ashok revealed his expertise in singing short phrases, as the accompaniments did their part to make it complete. A special mention to Ashok’s effort to entertain the audience; I, for one, really appreciated it!

An all time favorite piece – Enthuku Bethala (Sankarabharanam) was the core of his performance. Ashok Ramani delighted the audience with numerous sangathis that lifted the performance to a state of bliss for the audience. Although, there are limitless possibilities in presenting a musical treat to the audience, I think it is the self-realization, which helps the artist to be more successful on stage. It is also highly important to understand one’s own limitation (voice and imagination) and on that note, Ashok was privileged to overcome his voice strains with Muralidharan’s flow on his strings glorifying the piece further. Raja Rao gave a very decent support, which made Ashok sing more fluently…especially with the Sangathis and Neraval Swarams. The pace of the Thala made it more interesting to listen to. Ashok sang intricate Swara combinations and it whipped the audience into a delightful frenzy.

Raja Rao’s Thani was exclusive in terms of Laya patterns and Raja Ganesh on Kanjira was effective. On Thani, he exhibited more of his talents that reflected Raja Rao’s style. He performed as a perfect ‘Upa Pakka Vadhyam’ (Rhythm Support) as he explored many rounds of short korvai. The Koraippu and Mohara Korvai took the limelight when Raja Rao gave unique touches with these powerful but melodious strokes.

The other items were Maname Kanavum Maravadhe, Nee Sahayam – Kalyana Vasandham and finally a Ragamalika glimpse by Kapi, Sindhubairavia and Madhayamavathi. ‘Karpagame’ was a nice finishing touch as it related more to the location (Mylapore) of the Sabha.

A good concert doesn’t always hail from the head count of the audience, but rather on the quality of the rasikas. And by that standard, this one turned out to be a really good concert.

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