Gums and Braces

gumnbraces

Whether its your first time or 100th time, it can be scary to visit the dentist. Thats why at Gums n Braces we aim at highest level of trust between doctor and patient that would allay your fears and apprehensions.
You can count on our caring, friendly staff to get to know you and recognize your individual needs. And we always take the time to listen and answer your questions. Whether you are visiting for a routine cleaning or a major surgical procedure, we make sure you receive care thats easy on your schedule and your teeth.
The facility has been designed to make the setting cozy and comfortable, great care has been taken to provide an environment which will make you feel ‘at home’ The clinic has advanced state of the art technologies but more importantly we invest in continuing education so that we can keep on the cutting edge of what dentistry has to offer.
We believe that prevention is better than cure and constantly work to nip the dental problems in the bud
So if you or anyone you know is looking for a more sophisticated kind of dental care please give us a call, you’ll be glad you did.

Advertisements

Cyber Gram Yojna

cyber-gramyojna

Multi-sectoral Development Programme (MsDP) aims at improving the socio-economic conditions of minorities and providing basic amenities to them for improving the quality of life of the people and reducing imbalances in the identified minority concentration areas. As we are living in a digital society, it is felt that to achieve the objective of programme, it is necessary to equip the targeted group with knowledge of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and enabling them to use ICT services in their day to day work. This will bring them greater access to information and new forms of social interaction and cultural expression which ultimately leads to achieve objective of programme. The Cyber Gram initiative under Multi- sectoral Development Programme is an effort in achieving this target.
The initiative intends to cover students of Class VI to Class X belonging to Minority Community notified, as per Section 2(c) of the National Commission for Minority Act 1992, and residing in areas covered under Multi-sectoral Development Programme. The vision of this initiative is to make students of minority communities digitally literate. The initiative is expected to enable the adoption of ICTs by the people of minority communities in key economic and social sectors like Education, Rural Development and Financial Services to promote competitiveness, equality and quality and would be helpful in transforming the life of minorities and facilitating them to earn a livelihood.

Jindal Steel And Power

Jindal Steel & Power Ltd - Top Indian Multinational Conglomerate Company 2015-10-26 22-53-21

JSPL is an industrial powerhouse with a dominant presence in steel, power, mining and infrastructure sectors. Part of the US $ 18 billion OP Jindal Group this young, agile and responsive company is constantly expanding its capabilities to fuel its fairy tale journey that has seen it grow to a US $ 3.3 billion business conglomerate. The company has committed investments exceeding US $ 30 billion in the future and has several business initiatives running simultaneously across continents.
Led by Mr Naveen Jindal, the youngest son of the legendary Shri O.P. Jindal, the company produces economical and efficient steel and power through backward and forward integration.
From the widest flat products to a whole range of long products, JSPL today sports a product portfolio that caters to markets across the steel value chain. The company produces the world’s longest (121-meter) rails and it is the first in the country to manufacture large-size parallel flange beams.

National Bank For Agricluture

National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development 2015-10-26 22-53-45

The Goal of the programme is capacity building and empowerment of the farming community and more particularly the small and Marginal farmers across rural areas.The main objective of the programme initially was to propagate the five principles of “Development through Credit” viz.
1. Credit must be used in accordance with the most suitable methods of Science & technology,
2.Terms & conditions of credit must be fully respected.
3. Work must be done with skill so as to increase production & productivity.
4. A part of additional income created by credit must be saved and
5. Loan instalments must be repaid in time and regularly so as to recycle credit.
These deliverables could be linked to increase in ground level credit flow, improvement in recovery climate, overall increase in agriculture production and savings made by farm house holds in the operational areas of the clubs. On revisiting the programme in 2005, the vision of the programme was redefined as “Development of Rural areas through credit, technology transfer, awareness, capacity building and Marketing” with emphasis on increasing the income of the farmers by increasing production, productivity, quality of produce and marketing skills.

Australia India Education

aust-india-educa

On 8 April 2010, the Education Ministers of the Commonwealth of Australia and the Republic of India signed a Joint Ministerial Statement reaffirming the Australian and Indian Governments’ commitment to continue to expand collaboration in education, training and research. To support this expansion, both Governments agreed to the establishment of the Australia India Education Council (AIEC).
The AIEC is a bi-national body with representation from academia, policy makers and industry which aims to set the strategic direction of the bilateral education, training and research partnership and to develop strategic advice to focus and shape collaborative efforts.
The AIEC oversees working groups comprised of subject matter experts with representation from industry, government and academia. Each working group implements initiatives agreed by the AIEC on a particular focus area and provides advice to shape policies and resolve complex issues.

Jindal Foundation

jindalfoundation

JSPL Foundation is the executing arm of Jindal Steel and Power Limited (JSPL’s) group CSR activities which works with the community near business operations of the JSPL group as well as other parts of the country. It aligns its programmes with the Government and other developmental agencies with an objective of bringing about a radical transformation in the lives of the communities and integrating them into the mainstream development process of the country.
JSPL Foundation has recently gone beyond its boundaries by committing full support to construct a school in earthquake hit Nepal and rebuild 20 homes in Kashmir ravaged by floods last year. It executes its key projects/programmes in the areas of Health, Water and Sanitation, Education, Skill Development, Sports and Community Infrastructure although not limited to them.
The Foundation has also launched a set of regional and national awards to recognize and nurture talent at the grassroots level, titled Swayamsiddh Samman. Apart from this, the Foundation has instituted a unique initiative called SwayamShilp, wherein a series of workshops will be conducted across India thereby providing artists from the tribal hinterland of the country with a national platform.

Jindal Power

jindalpower

Jindal Power Limited (JPL), a subsidiary of Jindal Steel & Power Limited, is a leading power company in India across the energy spectrum: thermal, hydro and renewable. JPL has been contributing significantly to the growing needs of power in the country and its installed capacity is 3400 MW.
JPL commissioned the first unit of its 4×250 MW thermal power plant in the Raigarh district of Chhattisgarh in 2007, becoming the first private player in the country to set up an Independent Power Plant (IPP). Since then, this flagship has operated as a fully integrated power plant at an industry-leading Plant Load Factor (PLF) of 93% (average for last seven years).

NDLM

National Digital Literacy Mission,

The Digital Saksharta Abhiyan (DISHA) or National Digital Literacy Mission (NDLM) Scheme has been formulated to impart IT training to 52.5 lakh persons, including Anganwadi and ASHA workers and authorised ration dealers in all the States/UTs across the country so that the non-IT literate citizens are trained to become IT literate so as to enable them to actively and effectively participate in the democratic and developmental process and also enhance their livelihood.
Altogether 52.5 lakh persons, including Anganwadi and ASHA workers and authorised ration dealers will be trained under the programme in two phases. In the first phase, 10 lakh beneficiaries will be trained under the scheme. Out of this, 6.3 lakh beneficiaries will be trained on Level 1 and 2.7 lakh beneficiaries will be trained on Level 2. Nine lakh beneficiaries will be eligible for training fee support from the government. The rest 100,000 beneficiaries will be trained by the industry and civil society partners. Under Phase II, 42.5 lakh persons will be trained, which also includes Anganwadi and ASHA workers and authorised ration dealers.