Mumbai (RBI), March.07: People's Arts Centre recently celebrated a grand ceremony with its 1045th program in Mumbai. On February 26, People's Arts Centre organised the 12th Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Achievement Awards 2023 at Hotel Meluha, The Fern in Powai.
Dr Pradeep Vyas, additional chief secretary, Maharashtra was the chief guest, Bansi Dhurandhar, director of Parle Tilak Vidyalaya Association and Dr Sunder Rajdeep, head, Communication and Journalism, Mumbai University were the guests of honour.
Guests honoured Mr.Vaman N. Holla (Founder and Managing Directirbof Contech Instruments Limited. and Vice President, BSKB Association Mumbai) with other recipients from different walks of life for the 12th Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Achievement Awards 2023, many celebrated names graced the event.
Gopkumar Pillai, founder and secretary of the 43-year-old charitable organisation organised the spectacular event.
Mr.Vaman N. Holla
A RARE BLEND OF AN ENTREPRENEUR AND A PHILANTHROPIST
Vaman Holla is the Founder and Managing Directirbof Contech Instruments Limited. The company is one of the leading manufacturers, suppliers and exporters of Electronic Balances. It offers a wide range of Electronic Balances to more than 50 countries. Mr. Holla’s management skills and innovative busses policies have helped the company in catering to the huge clientele across the world.
Contech, which is co-owned by two more partners, is today, the largest Indian manufacturer of high precision electronic balances based on cutting edge technology. With several impeccable credentials it is the only high precision electronic balance manufacturer in India with in-house National Accreditation Board for testing and Calibration Laboratory (NABL).
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