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Kalyanmayee organised an art exhibition Prerna-3

Kalyanmayee, Airports Authority of India’s Women Welfare Association (AAIWWA), in association with AAI Artist Forum (AAIAF), FIPA (Forum of Indian Photographers and Artists) and Indian Aviation Academy (IAA), organised an Art Exhibition, Prerna-3. The event was inaugurated on November 29 and ended on December 13, 2019. Regional Executive Director (Northern Region) MNN Rao, IAA’s Executive Director (Training) EP Hareendranathan, Vice Presidents and other senior members of Kalyanmayee attended the innaugral event. The exhibition showcased the artwork prepared by 21 artists (amateurs and professionals) who participated in an Art Camp organised by Kalyanmayee in the month of July 2019. Renowned artists Jatin Das and Dilip Sharma were the guests of honour for the evening.

Aviation Safety Awareness Week

AAI observed the Aviation Safety Awareness Week across all airports from November 25-29, 2019 to keep safety as a paramount in civil aviation. The resolution recognised the role of industry in helping governments to keep flying secure. During this week various sessions organised on different ways of implementing aviation safety measures through the usage of data, manuals & essential training.

Gold medal for the aai fire service team

The outstanding Fire Service team of AAI performed in the 2nd Edition of Indian Fire Services Games, held in Lucknow. They earned 13 Silver medals beating participants from different State & Central PSU Fire Men. Team of 46 athletes won total 46 medals, including 19 Gold in tournaments like Shotput, Wrestling, Badminton, Arm Wrestling, Swimming, TT, Powerlifting, Archery, Body Building. The AAI fire service team proved its athletic prowess by accruing 14 Bronze in Athletics 5km, 10km & 800m, Long Jump, Table Tennis, Arm Wrestling, Archery, Badminton (Doubles) & Body Building. 

AAI Spreads Awareness on Cervical Cancer

According to a Lancet study, cervical cancer could be eliminated as a public health problem in India within the next 60 years. Cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer in women worldwide and second most common cancer in women living in less developed regions. Under the leadership of Ms. Santhisree Murthy, VP, Kalyanmayee, the Social Welfare Committee, executed Cervical Cancer Awareness, Check-up & Post-treatment camps across India felicitated by Asia-Oceania Research Organisation in Genital Infection and Neoplasia (AOGIN) India. Over 8,000 women benefited from this three-year-long AAI-initiated CSR project.

 

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