News briefs: New-born found abandoned in express train
Posted on: 11:52 PM IST Jul 30, 2013
A new-born girl was found abandoned in a compartment of Rajya Rani Express. The girl was found during night hours when the train reached Damoh station. The passengers informed the GRP after noticing the baby lying in the coach. The GRP admitted the girl at district hospital where her condition is stated to be normal.
Indore: IIM to conduct 5-day course for doctorsThe Indian Institute of Management will conduct a five-day course for the doctors under its Management Development Programme. The course aims at sharing the vision of the healthcare sector and imparts skills to improve management in hospitals. Medical, para-medical and non-medical managerial professions involved in hospital administration can participate in the course.Ujjain: Seven nurses transferred from govt hospital for taking bribeSeven nurses and three mid-wives of a district hospital have been transferred following corruption charges against them. All of them were working with the labour room of the hospital. The nurses and mid-wives demanded Rs 600 to Rs 1,000 as bribe from pregnant patients.Dewas: 14-year-old girl critically injured after hyena attackA 14-year-old girl was critically injured after a hyena attacked her along with five people. The hyena, from the Punjapara forest range attacked the residents when they were passing near the reserve. The girl has been referred to Indore for treatment. The forest officer said that a compensation of Rs 1,000 will be given to the injured.Indore: Axis Bank to visit DAVV for placementThe Axis Bank will be visiting the Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidhyalaya (DAVV) for placement on August 3. The bank officials will visit the campus to recruit the students from marketing management and finance stream. The shortlisted candidates will appear in aptitude test followed by the personnel interview.Indore: Schools celebrate Global Tiger DayThe CBSE schools of the city celebrated the Global Tiger Day on Monday to raise awareness about the conservation of tiger and protect the natural habitat of tigers globally. The students wore mask of tigers and a small presentation was done outside the zoo to share the importance of tiger.Bhopal: Classes to begin from Tuesday at MANITThe fresh batch of BTech attended the orientation programme held at Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) on Monday. Classes will begin from Tuesday. The director of the institute addressed the students about the engineering ethics and culture. However, the admission in MANIT and other NITs will continue till July 31.Jabalpur: MP HC allows direct admissions to pvt collegesMadhya Pradesh High Court on Monday said that those students who have taken direct admission to private colleges instead of online admission are eligible to proceed with their studies. This has brought relief to students who have taken direct admission to private colleges.Dhar: Dhar to have Indias second dinosaur fossil parkThe district will have Indias second National Dinosaur Fossil Park. The construction work for the park has already commenced. The Indore Forest Department during a workshop on the dinosaur fossil national park held on Sunday announced the launching of the park. The forest department has received a grant of Rs 3.5 crore in the financial commission for the construction of the park.Indore: DAVV to hold third counselling roundDevi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalaya will be holding the third round of Common Entrance Test from August 7 to fill up the remaining seats. Both CET and non CET candidates are eligible to participate in the third round of counselling. According to the officials, seats are vacant in MBA, M.Com and Bachelors of Journalism.