Friday, 29 March 2013 00:00
The Rotary Club of Hicksville South recently celebrated the kick off of their second year of community literacy programs. Dr. Dev Ratnam, President of the Club welcomed the 35 participants who overwhelmingly participated in the Advanced Excel for Business session, a one of a kind expert-user group for Long Island’s professional community with focus on the small business.
“It is being a partner, we become a leader” said Mr. Quddus Mohammed, VP and Literary Program Chair, as he outlined the mission of “ROTA-PAAL” to promote and provide goal-oriented, lifelong learning experiences to the South Asian Community of Nassau County, NY. Dr. Ratnam congratulated Mr. Quddus and the entire team their community service, as Mr. Bhuvan Pasham, an IT Engineer and Mrs Madhuri Rallapalli engaged the participants in stimulating topics on the concepts of Advanced Excel for business application.
The Rotary Club of Hicksville South conducts a free, adult learning and life skills development service to the South Asian community of Nassau County, Long Island. The program titled “ROTA-PAAL” launched the first of a series of workshops in 2013. We lookforward for our next program, Developing Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurial Finance, said Mr. Krishna Murali Iyer. “Successful business executives establish objectives, set strategy, implement solutions and review progress using a structured and disciplined process toward achievement of their written goals”, he added. Mrs. Zeba Ansari and Mrs. Sangeetha Bahl will be conducting spoken English and Basic Computer classes, which are in extreme demand among the Long Island’s immigrant community.