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Chaanakya 100th Issue

Chaanakya 100th Issue

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OctOber 14, 2011
I congratulate the Chaanakya team as they release their 100th issueon the 14th October 2011. It has always set itself as a good exampleto all Departments of Christ University in terms of its content and ontime delivery.I also congratulate the Finance department which has always stoodout in the various activities that they conduct everywhere.
Dr. (Fr.) Thomas C. Mathew
Vice Chancellor
Words of en 
Finance department has always been the one which has been seri-
ous to nd balance between the curriculum and the co-curricular ac
-tivities. Finance team, to their credit has their fortnightly magazineChaanakya too. The punctuality of this magazine to hit the mails onthe correct date irrespective of exams or else is a fact of apprecia-tion. The newsletter stands as an epitome of dedication and sinceritywhich has been transferred to the batches year after year.
I congratulate Team Chaanakya and the nance club coordinators for the 100th issue of the nancial newsletter Chaanakya.
Fr. Thomas T. V.
Finance Club has been very active since its inception and it is one fo-rum where it has been found that there is total participation of all thestudents. Finclave is conducted every year to celebrate the milestonesof its newsletter Chaanakya. This year, Finclave commemorates the100th issue of the newsletter. Chaanakya, the magazine of the Clubis one of the best on Campus, hitting about 12000 mailboxes everyfortnight punctually since its inception in September 2007.Best wishes to Team Chaanakya for its 100th Issue.
Prof. C K T Chandrasheksra
Head of Department
Food is the foremost necessary item for life. Money, property, gold,silver , jewels and pearls cannot satisfy human hunger. That is whyfood grains are called synonym of richness. An individual arrangesfood for family while the ruler may manage for the whole state. For food, it is necessary to give importance to agriculture and farmer.Also the means of irrigation like canal and dams may be constructed. In modern age, using the best of the technique more and more foodshould be grown so that nobody may shortage of food. In the absenceof proper distribution also, supply of food appears to be short. It isthe administrator’s duty to manage it properly.
Our Sole Inspiror
The Finance Club of CUIM has always stood apart from its counter- parts. Continuous improvement is always visible in all their ventures.
Finclave is the nance fest conducted annually to encourage partici
 pation of all junior students in the diverse eld concerning nance.
Best wishes to Team Chaanakya for its 100th issue which will bereleased in Finclave 2011.
Prof. (CA) J. Subramanian
Registrar, Dean(Commerceand Management)
Chaanakya is a journey in my view. It takes you through severallearnings. It brings you together. It makes you to adhere to deadlinesand to quality. It provides you an opportunity to exhibit your talent inwriting about the issues that would interest you, especially in the area
of nance. It is a joy at the end of the hardship. It is pride for all of usthat Chaanakya; the nance newsletter is celebrating its Centennial
issue. On this occasion, I desire that each and every student of ChristUniversity Institute of Management, contributes to Chaanakya in oneway or the other, and takes along a wonderful memory which theywill cherish forever during their lifetime.
Prof. T S Ramachandran
Faculty Coordinator

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