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Symbiosis International University (SIU) and Pune International Centre (PIC) are jointly organising a memorial lecture

Greetings from Symbiosis International University
 
Symbiosis International University (SIU) and Pune International Centre (PIC) are jointly organising a memoriallecture, to remember Late DrDileep PadgaonkarPIC’s Trustee and Chairperson of the Programme Committee and the R.K. Laxman Chair Professor at the Symbiosis International University.
 
Well-known senior journalist and Consulting Editor, India Today Group, Mr. Rajdeep Sardesai will deliver a lecture, which will be held at the Symbiosis Vishwabhavan (auditorium), Senapati Bapat Road at 5 pm on 27 th November (Monday). 
 
DrPadgaonkar impacted many lives through his sharp wit and intellect, his acumen for understanding people and society, and his prolific work as a journalist and Editor of the Times Group.
 
Dr. RA Mashelkar, President, PIC, Office bearers of PIC and Symbiosis, friends and family of DrPadgaonkar will be present at thememorial lecture.
The programme will be chaired by Dr. S.B. Mujumdar, Founder and President of
Symbiosis Society.
 
Entry to the programme is FREE and OPEN to all.

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