Ambassador launches new website of Indian Cultural Centre
June 27 2019 01:24 AM
Indian ambassador P Kumaran, along with ICC officials, at the launch of portal.

Indian ambassador P Kumaran has inaugurated the new website of the Indian Cultural 
Centre (ICC).
The website now has various additional features beneficial to the ICC members and the Indian community at large, the centre has said in a statement. 
A new job portal is being included on the website, which will allow community job seekers in Qatar to upload their resumes on the portal. Potential employers can visit the website and access the database from the available prospects. 
The website also has useful links from India and Qatar related to tourism, business etc, which may be of interest to the community. 
Along with the above, another important feature added is ‘Online Membership to ICC’. Any Indian community member who wishes to take membership can do it through the website, the statement explains.
The managing committee members of the ICC, which functions under the aegis of the Indian embassy in Qatar, updated Kumaran on the current and planned activities of the centre. 
The envoy is also the 
patron of the ICC in Qatar.
The managing committee team led by ICC president Manikandan A P included vice-president Vinod V Nair, general secretary Seenu Pillai, joint secretary Anjan Ganguly, head of finance and sponsorship Rajesh Singh, head of human resources, premises and sports Jaffar Khan, head of cultural activities and education Nayana Wagh, cultural co-ordinator Nirmala Shanmugapandian, head of in-house activities Ramachandra Shetty, head of counsellor services and external events Bhumeshwar Padala, and head of associate organisations and membership 
Parambathkandi Mohsin.
The meeting was attended by ICC co-ordinating officer Rajesh Kamble, who is also counsellor (consular and community affairs) at the Indian embassy.
The ambassador was updated on the forthcoming programmes of the ICC, which include major events such as the Indian community festival - Passage to India, a cultural competition for schools and associate organisations, and tournaments for chess, karate and kalari among others. 
The ICC president also briefed the envoy on the managing committee’s efforts to provide a number of privileges to ICC members, which included a plan for group insurance and benefits at various outlets and vendors. He also highlighted ICC initiatives to support the Qatar-India 2019 Year of Culture.

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