Monthly Report: January 2018

See: STC India Chapter Monthly Report – Jan 2018 Note: Suggestions/comments/feedback are always welcome. – ​Ramesh ​Aiyyangar​ STC India Chapter, President: 2018    ...
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STC India Chapter: Volunteers 2018

Hi, All: Thank you very much for your active interest in participating and contributing to STC India chapter activities and sending your nominations. We really appreciate it. The Admin Council has reviewed all nominations and selected the volunteers.The approach here...
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Saravanan wins the Distinguished Chapter Service Award (DCSA)

The STC initiated the Distinguished Chapter Service Award (DCSA) program in 1988 for the purpose of acknowledging the work of those chapter members who repeatedly and consistently provide exemplary service to the Society through chapter activities. This year, STC has...
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From the STC India Chapter President’s desk – Ramesh Aiyyangar:

Happy Republic Day! As we celebrate the 69th Republic Day today, it is important to understand that a society is a form of community in which the members or the community take center-stage and is not only the private concern of those who manage it. After all a society...
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Monthly Report: January 2018

See: STC India Chapter Monthly Report – Jan 2018 Note: Suggestions/comments/feedback are always welcome. – ​Ramesh ​Aiyyangar​ STC India Chapter, President: 2018    ...

STC India Chapter: Volunteers 2018

Hi, All: Thank you very much for your active interest in participating and contributing to STC India chapter activities and sending your nominations. We really appreciate it. The Admin Council has reviewed all nominations and selected the volunteers.The approach here...

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The 1990s saw a tremendous rise in the number of technical communication professionals in India. With no formal education in the field of technical communication, the need for a forum to exchange ideas as well as share experience and knowledge was badly felt.

Gurudutt Kamath started a Technical Writing Mailing list that served as an instrument for like minded professionals in spirit of technical communication to form a chapter – STC India. This list and meetings of technical communicators in various cities brought together the few STC members in India. By 1998, active discussions began on the need for establishing an Indian STC Chapter. Soon, Gurudutt Kamath circulated an STC application form that was signed by 17 members and submitted for approval by STC. The first Administrative Council took charge with Gurudutt Kamath as the Chapter President in 1999.Continue Reading

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