Tamil Arutsunaignar (Archagar) Diploma Course (One Year)
SRM University คฎฟดอ ชวฐพฏฎอ & DheivaThamizh Arakkattalai
Tamil Archakar course.
You are INVITED!
Programme: Celebrations of 1st Batch & 2nd Batch (new students)
Date/Time: 18th MARCH 2012 SUNDAY 11 AM
Place: SRM VADAPALANI, Chennai. View Invitation
Tamil Vazhipadu – Rituals like marraige, house warming function and
Koyil poosai, kuda muzhakku etc in tamil.
Classes at SRM Vadapalani on Saturdays and Sundays. 1st and 2nd
weekends of every month.
See this video http://www.dheivamurasu.org/video/ to know more about
First batch successfully completed and second batch to start shortly
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Please participate in the celebrations of 1st Batch & 2nd Batch (new
students) on 18th MARCH 2012 SUNDAY 11 AM @SRM VADAPALANI. Download
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for the March 18th function.
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We have heard about Nayanmars – followers of Lord Siva. Similarly there are many followers of Lord Muruga. Like Periyapuranam where the history of Nayanmars are known to the world by Dheivapulavar Sekkizhar, the history of the followers of Lord Muruga (Murugan adiyargal) is written as Sey Thondar Puranam. This is composed by Thenur Varakavi Chokkalinga pillai on request of Thanigamani Chengalvaraya Pillai. Like Panniru thirumurai – Murugavel panniru thirumurai is getting released.
This book is getting released on 19th Nov. 2011 at Chidhambara Mahal, Mela Chinthamani, Trichy under the august presence of Arulmigu Rathinagiri Swamigal and other Murugan aatheenams.
An explanatory article about Sey Thondar Puranam is published as episode in dheivamurasu monthly tamil spritual magazine.
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TRAI has allowed mobile subscribers in India to send upto 200 SMS per day per SIM.
Earlier, the limit was 100 SMS and after representations from many people this limit has now been increased to 200 SMS per day. Post-paid subscribers can send upto 6000 SMS per month per SIM.
More details at www.trai.gov.in
With effect from September 27th, 2011, promotional unsolicited SMS should not be sent to mobile numbers which are listed in “National Customer Preference Register” NCPR.
Telephone customers (landline and mobile) can register their telephone numbers with their telecom service provider for inclusion in the National Consumer Preference Register (NCPR) by dialing or sending sms to toll-free number 1909.
Here are some of the highlights of the regulations by TRAI to curb Unsolicited Commercial Communications (UCC) to landline and mobile users.
- Telemarketer should not make telemarketing voice call or send SMS – between 9 PM and 9 AM to any phone user irrespective of the fact that such subscriber is registered on NCPR or not.
- Mobile subscribers who are sending bulk SMS (categorized as “unregistered telemarketers”) will not be permitted to send more than 100 SMS per day per SIM except on blackout days or days specially notified by TRAI. Hereafter, none of the mobile users will be able to send more than 100 SMS per day per SIM. But as per regulations, special permission can be obtained by anyone from the mobile service provider to relax this limit.
- All registered Telemarketers have been allocated 10 digit number of “140″ number series. Therefore, you can identify the telemarketing calls even if you are not registered with NCPR. You might receive a telemarketing call starting with +91140 on your mobile or 0140 in your landline phone.
- Any user can register his/her number with the NCPR under two categories – fully blocked and partially blocked category to block unwanted SMS. If the user opts for partially blocked category, he/she has to choose the options:
- 1- Banking/Insurance/Financial products/credit cards,
- 2- Real Estate,
- 3- Education,
- 4- Health,
- 5- Consumer goods and automobiles,
- 6- Communication/Broadcasting/Entertainment/IT,
- 7-Tourism and Leisure.
If he/she chose option “4. Health” he/she will receive telemarketing calls and bulk SMS related to Health. This choice can be modified any time by calling or sending SMS to 1909.
Promotional SMS can be identified by special alpha numeric sender IDs. Telemarketers will be allotted a special code by the mobile service provider. Mobile users can identify promotional SMS just by looking at the SMS SenderID.
For more details visit http://nccptrai.gov.in/nccpregistry/
Check if a mobile number is in (NDNC) Do Not Call Registry (now called National Consumer Preference Register (NCPR) http://nccptrai.gov.in/nccpregistry/search.misc
November 1, 2011 (01-11-11) Update: Send 200 SMS per day SIM