PMI Bangalore chapter completed 20 years of existence. To commemorate the milestone, over 250 members attended the celebrations held on 16 March at Sir M V Auditorium in Bangalore. Mr. Dutta, and Tejas Sura, member, PMI Board of Directors, unveiled the 20th anniversary memorial plaque.The first attraction of the evening was a play titled “Workplace Diversity for PMI” by a group called Yours Truly. The play engaged and enthralled the audience, highlighting the emotional connect of the chapter members with PMI Bangalore Chapter. Besides Mr. Dutta and Mr. Sura, Regional Mentor Girish Kadam, and chapter founding members, Amar Bhaskar and Purnajit Chatterjee joined in the fun.Mr. Sura provided the delegates a glimpse of the plans to commemorate PMI’s 50th year celebration. He spoke about a collaboration being planned with the United Nations to dedicate 50,000 hours on social causes.Next it was time to recognize the past board members, advisory council members, and long-standing members and volunteers.The audience was treated to a video presentation on the 20-year journey of the chapter. This was followed by a panel discussion on smart cities. The panelists were Lt Col (retd.) Shri Harsha, Ravinder Pal Singh, technology business leader, evangelist and chief technology officer for digital transformation business, Dell EMC; Amit Pareek, country strategy and business development manager and segment manager, Smart Cities, ABB; and Raj Kumar, director, waste management solutions, Zonta.Next on the agenda was a traditional dance recital called Yakshagana, capturing events from Hindu epics.
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