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Star Of Mysore Online

Mysore, Feb. 17 (MRS)- M.R. Ravi, former Sub-Editor of Star of Mysore, has been selected to the post of Assistant Commissioner in the Revenue Department.Son of Dr. M.R. Rajaratnam and Yashodamma, Ravi had served Star of Mysore between 1988 -1992.Ravi, known to his classmates and teachers as very studious throughout his student-life, after completing the Pre-University course in Maharaja's PU College, secured eighth rank in the B.A. Degree examination from Maharaja's College.He secured first rank in MA degree (History) examination of Mysore University and bagged the gold medal.After selection by Karnataka Public Service Commission, Ravi was appointed as a lecturer.He served in Government colleges at Chinthamani, Bailahongala and Chamarajanagar.He was promoted as Regional Assistant Director, Department of Collegiate Education at Mysore in 2001.Ravi passed KAS examination conducted by KPSC in 1998.However, the list of successful candidates landed in Court due to malpractices involving 10 candidates.Ravi and some other candidates fought the case in Supreme Court which asked the KPSC to review the list.His name figured in the revised list.He was selected for the post of Assistant Commissioner (Revenue).He will get the postings after completion of probation.


Mysore City Corporation vehicles to run on biodieselPanchabuta | Panchabuta

MCC Commissioner M.R. Ravi was present.
Mr. Ravi told The Hindu that the MCC had in its fleet nearly 300 vehicles. In the first phase, a few vehicles would run on biodiesel and the MCC was ready to buy biodiesel from the centre for its entire fleet. "However, in accordance with the production capacity of the plant, we will run only a few vehicles on biodiesel and expand the programme in phases," he said. Observing that MCC was one of the few institutions adopting eco-friendly fuel to run its vehicles, Mr. Ravi said: "MCC will try its best to adopt measures towards protecting and preserving environment."


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P.G. Ramesh replaces Dr. M.R. Ravi as MCC Commissioner again
Pourakarmikas to strike if Dr. M.R. Ravi not reinstated as MCC Commissioner in 3 days


Mysore City Corporation vehicles to run on biodieselPanchabuta | Panchabuta

MCC Commissioner M.R. Ravi was present.
Mr. Ravi told The Hindu that the MCC had in its fleet nearly 300 vehicles. In the first phase, a few vehicles would run on biodiesel and the MCC was ready to buy biodiesel from the centre for its entire fleet. "However, in accordance with the production capacity of the plant, we will run only a few vehicles on biodiesel and expand the programme in phases," he said. Observing that MCC was one of the few institutions adopting eco-friendly fuel to run its vehicles, Mr. Ravi said: "MCC will try its best to adopt measures towards protecting and preserving environment."


http://www.prbuzz.com/family-a-parenting/81710-mysore-zero-waste-management-sites.html

During a recent inspection of the Vidyaranyapuram Sewage Farm by Ramdas, Mysore City Corporation Commissioner M.R. Ravi, and other officials, the minister criticized the operators of the plant for their lack of effort to control the smell from the rotting waste material.


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