Sunday, July 2, 2017

Launch of 125th Edition of PreSense and DiJAI Students’ Forum

Launch of 125th Edition of PreSense and
DiJAI Students’ Forum

Announcement

The 125th edition of your ezine PreSense will be launched on 27th July 2017, coinciding with the second death anniversary of Dr Abdul Kalam.

Digital Journalists’ Association of India (DiJAI) is one of the initiatives of this ezine PreSense. PreSense and DiJAI will form ‘DiJAI Students’ Forum’ in three select colleges in Chennai (Sathyabama University, Soko Ikeda College of Arts & Science for Women and Dr MGR Janaki College of Arts & Science for Women) with 30 student-members from each college.  On 27th July, the DiJAI Students’ Forum will be launched at Dr MGR Janaki College of Arts and Science for Women, RA Puram, Chennai. 

Dr Mariazeena Johnson, Pro-Chancellor, Sathyabama University will launch the 125th edition and the Students’ Forum.  A workshop on Digital Journalism will be held for the benefit of the Students Forum.  As a tribute to Dr Abdul Kalam for his idea of ‘positive and development journalism, PreSense and DiJAI aim to promote his idea through the students. Based on the initial experience, we plan to take the plans forward to include other educational institutions. 

Susan Koshy, Editor, PreSense

Friday, June 30, 2017

124th (June 2017) edition of ezine PreSense: Editorial on Yoga - A Health Pack + Cover Story on Presidential Election 2017 + GST + PSLV C38 + Remembering Emergency days of 1975 + many more


We are pleased to release the 124th (June 2017) edition of your ezine PreSense broadly with the following contents.

1.  Editorial  :  Susan Koshy writes on "Yoga - A Health Pack"
2.  Cover Story - Sukruti Narayanan writes on "Race to Raisina", the Presidential Election 2017
3.  Nation:  T N Ashok writes on ""Goods and Services Tax" (GST), which is being implemented from 1st July 2017.
4.  Technology :  Dr R Jagannathan writes on the success story of PSLV - C38.
5.  Special Article : K. Srinivasan writes on the darker days of Indian democracy during Emergency imposed in June 1975.  
6.  Triambak's Prince cartoon.
7.  Box item : WhatsApp menance - How Forward Mania syndrome of WhatsApp users cause inconvenience to others.

Editorial Team is also happy to announce that 125th edition of your ezine will be released on 27th July 2017 at Chennai, coiciding with the second death anniversary of Dr Abdul Kalam.  As readers know, Digital Journalists' Association of India (DiJAI) is one of the initiatives of ezine PreSense.  We plan to launch DiJAI Students' Forum in three select colleges on 27th July 2017, followed with a workshop on 'Digital Journalism'.  

The ezine may  be downloaded from the link

http://www.prpoint.com/ezine/presense0617.pdf

We request you to kindly share this ezine with your contacts.  Please share your feedback to editor@corpezine.com.


Thursday, June 1, 2017

123rd (May 2017) edition of ezine PreSense: Editorial on the need for civil society to encourage performing Parliamentarians + Cover Story on Sansad Ratna Awards 2017 + Profile of Awardees + A Game changer in Politics + many more


On behalf of Editorial Team, we are pleased to release the 123rd (May 2017) edition of PreSense.

As already announced in our earlier editions, PreSense organised a grand event at IIT Madras on 27th May 2017 to honour the outstanding Parliamentarians with Sansad Ratna 2017 Awards.  This edition of ezine is completely devoted for the Award event and the Seminar. This edition broadly contains following contents:

Editorial :  K. Srinivasan writes on the need for the civil society to recognise and encourage the performing Parliamentarians and Legislators.

Cover Story :  Susan Koshy writes a brief report on the Sansad Ratna 2017 event.  It was a day long event with the participation of  eminent political leaders and experts.

Profile of Nine Sansad Ratna Awardees

Special Awards to shining stars of civil society

Special Article :  T N Ashok writes on how this Sansad Ratna Awards has become a Game Changer in Politics.

Triambak's Prince toon.

We have also shared the links of Photographs and the videos in this edition.  Readers can listen to the excellent proceedings, as and when they find time.

We are confident that you will enjoy this edition too.  You may kindly share this with your contacts who are interested.  Please send us your feedback to editor@corpezine.com.

This edition  may also be downloaded from this link.

Monday, May 1, 2017

122nd (April 2017) edition of ezine PreSense: Editorial on Panchayat Raj + Cover Story on EVM controversy + Sri Ramanuja 1000 + India's Missile shield programme + Hindi article on May Day + many more


We are also pleased to announce that 8th Edition of Sansad Ratna Awards 2017 function will be held at IIT Madras on 27th May 2017.  Hon'ble Justice (Retd) Shri P Sathasivam, The Governor of Kerala (Former Chief Justice fo india) will present the Awards to outstanding Parliamentarians.   Those who want to participate may register their names through the link  https://goo.gl/XoTTeJ 

Sansad Ratna Awards is one of the social initiatives of this ezine PreSense.

We are pleased to release the 122nd (April 2017) edition of ezine PreSense broadly with the following contents:

1.  On behalf of our readers and Editorial team, Triambak Sharma pays homage to the Sukma martyrs through his illustration.  

2.  Editorial :  Susan Koshy writes on Panchayat Raj, to coincide with the National Panchayat Raj Day (24th April)

3.  Cover Story :  K. Srinivasan writes on the recent  Electronic Voting Machines controversy.  

4.  Nation : 1st May is the 1000th birth anniversary of Sri Ramanuja, who combined spiritualism with social justice 1000 years ago.  K. Srinivasan writes on the less known facts of his life.

5.  Technology :  Dr Jagannathan writes on the India's Missile shield programme.  

6.  Hindi Section:  Davinder Dhar writes on the May Day. 

We are confident that you will enjoy this edition.  Please also share this edition with your contacts.  Kindly send us your feedback to editor@corpezine.com.

The ezine may also be downloaded form the following link.

Saturday, April 1, 2017

121st (March 2017) edition of ezine PreSense: Editorial on 'wasting water' + Cover story on 'Sivakasi - the pride of India' + Shaheed Bhagat Singh + Book Review - 'What makes us human' + Meeting with Government officials on Education loan + Sansad Ratna Awards 2017 + C4F Awards 2017 + Prince cartoon + many more


We are pleased to release the 121st (March 2017) edition of your ezine PreSense broadly with the following contents.

Editorial :  Susan Koshy writes on water conservation to coincide with World Water Day observed every year by UN on 22nd March. 

Cover Story : K. Srinivasan writes about 'Sivakasi', popularly known as 'Little Japan'.  He brings out the inspiring story of the people  of  'Sivakasi'  and how they converted the challenges to opportunity, to position themselves at global level.   

Ignited Minds : D K Hari and Hema Hari write about Shaheed Bhagat Singh and his associates who were hanged on 23rd March 1931.

Book Review:  Susan Koshy writes  a reveiw on the recent book ' What makes us human' authored by Jean-Louis Lamboray. 

Media Partnership:  India bags 3 C4F awards 2017 held at Geneva.  A brief report.

Special Article :  Editorial Team of PreSense took up the Education Loan issues with Hon'be MOS (Finance) and other senior Finance Ministry officials on 16th March 2017.  A brief report.

Sansad Ratna Awards 2017 - Announcement

Cartoon : Triambak's usual Prince cartoon

The ezine may also be downloaded from the link

We are confident that you will enjoy this edition too.  Please share this edition with your contacts.  Feedback may kindly be sent to editor@corpezine.com.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

120th (Feb 2017) Edition of ezine PreSense: Education that empowers (Editorial) + Cover Story on Interactive Session on Education Loan with MOS Finance + Budget Session Part I an Analysis + Rules for Sansad Ratna Awards 2017 + Launch of 104 Satellites by ISRO + Interview with Dr Agarwal, Advisor to former President Clinton + many more

We are please to release the 120th (February 2017) edition of ezine:  PreSense announces the 8th Edition of Sansad Ratna Awards to be held at IIT Madras on Saturday the 27th May 2017.  In this edition, we also announce the rules for Sansad Ratna Awards.   Sansad Ratna Awards is one of the initiatives of this ezine PreSense to honour the outstanding Indian Parliamentarians.  

This edition broadly contains the following:

Editorial : Susan Koshy, Editor writes on "Education that empowers'

Cover Story :  K. Srinivasan, Editor in Chief,  writes on the proceedings of the Interactive Session on Education Loan with Shri Arjun Ram Meghwal, Hon'ble Union Minister of State (Finance & CA) 

Nation: K. Srinivasan, Editor in Chief, analyses the performance of MPs till the end of Part I of Budget Session of Parliament.

Ignited Minds I - Dr Jagannathan, Editorial Advior writes on the success story of ISRO after the recent launch of 104 satellites. 

Ignited Minds I - Susan Koshy, Editor interviews Dr Agarwal,  Science and Technology Advisor to Former President Clinton on 'empowering girl child in rural India'. 

Snippet : Sukruti Narayanan, Editorial Team, writes on Oscar Awards.

Hindi Section:  Davinder Dhar writes on Dalai Lama

Cartoon :  Triambak's usual Prince cartoon.

The ezine may also be downloaded from the link

We are confident that our readers will enjoy this edition of ezine too.  Please send us your valuable feedback to us at editor@corpezine.com.  Please also share this ezine with your friends.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

119th (Jan 2017) edition of ezine PreSense: Editorial on Green Revolution + Cover Story on Pro Jallikattu protest + Quick look at the Budget 2017 + Interesting facts about origin of email+ many more


We are pleased to release the 119th (Jan 2017) edition of ezine PreSense, broadly with the following contents.

Editorial :  Susan Koshy  emphasises the urgent need for focussing on Agriculture and Rural segment.

Cover Story :  K. Srinivasan writes on the recent unprecedented  'Pro-Jallikattu Protest' by the students at Marina Beach, which forced the State Government to issue an ordinance  permitting Jallikattu in Tamil nadu.  He writes on the Lessons learnt out of this protest and the role of TV media and social media in creating more havoc.  

Nation: K. Srinivasan and Susan Koshy write on the Union Budget 2017 and the deviations from the conventions.

From the Archives of Jan 2011:  Interesting facts about the origin of email.

Cartoons :  Triambak's Prince cartoon on President Trump.

The ezine may also be downloaded from the link

We are confident that you will continue to enjoy this ezine.  Please share your feedback to us at editor@corpezine.com.

Please  keep visiting our Portal www.digitalpresense.com for regular updates on various topics.  We also invite Guest Editors for this portal.




Sunday, January 1, 2017

118th (Dec 2016) edition of ezine PreSense: Editorial on Demonetisation + Cover Story on Non-Cash transaction tools + The Man who got judgement to remove liquor shops and bars from the Highways across the nation + Performance of Winter Session of Parliament + Impact of increasing life expectancy + many more


Editorial Team of ezine PreSense wishes all readers a very happy and prosperous New Year 2017.  

We are pleased to release the 118th (December 2016) edition of PreSense broadly with the following contents. 

1.  Editorial : Susan Koshy in her Editorial emphasises the need for adopting the changes.  She quotes the case study of a village in Andhra Pradesh as to how the villagers have adopted  digital transaction after Demonetisation. 

2.  Cover Story: Dr R Jagannathan and K. Srinivasan explain the various facilities available and procedures to move towards the Non-Cash transactions comfortably.

3.  Ignited Minds:  K. Srinivasan writes about K. Balu, an Advocate, who got the landmark and historic Judgment from Supreme Court to remove all liquor shops and bars from the National and State Highways across India, to be effective from 1st April 2017.  Liquor may not be available  on the Highways in future.  

4.  Nation:  Sukruti Narayanan analyses the performance of Winter Session of the Parliament and  the achievement of toppers up to the end of Winter Session 2016.  

5.  Prince Cartoon:  Triambak Sharma's interesting cartoon on the impact of Demonetisation.  

6.  From the Archives of Dec 2010:  How the increasing life expectancy has impacted the youth?  The present generation may spend more years sick.

The ezine may also be downloaded from the link in pdf

We are confident that you will enjoy this edition too.  Please send us your feedback toeditor@corpezine.com.

As announced earlier, we have  started a new portal Digital PreSensewww.digitalpresense.com to frequently update with articles.  Please keep visiting the site also.  Guest writers are allowed in the new portal.  





Thursday, December 1, 2016

117th (Nov 2016) edition of ezine PreSense: Editorial on Parliament disruputions + Exclusive interview with Arjun Ram Meghwal, MOS Finance on Demonetisation + Digital currency and ewallets + Talents among Government school children + 7 tips for communication + Hindi section and many more


Editorial Team is pleased to release the 117th (November 2016) edition of ezine PreSense with the following contents:

1.  Editorial : Susan Koshy writes on the current Parliament Logjam / disruptions and the expectations of citizens from the Parliamentarians.

2.  Cover Story 1:  Shri Arjun Ram Meghwal, Minister of State, Finance, Government of India shares the impact of Demonetisation and the future plans in an exclusive  interview over mobile with K. Srinivasan. Please listen to the podcast interview also.

3.  Cover Story 2:  V Rajendran writes on the various aspects of Digital currency and the ewallets.

4.  Ignited Minds:  Susan Koshy writes on the hidden talents among the Government and Corporation School children.

5.  Triambak's ususal Prince cartoon

6.  From the archives of November 2010 - Lord Rama gives 7 tips for presentation (quote from Valmiki Ramayana)

7.  Hindi Section:  From this edition, we plan to resume the Hindi Section.  D K Dhar (Chandigarh) writes on "कश्मीर में अलगाववादी आंदोलन परनोटबंदी का प्रभाव"

Our monthly ezine PreSense becomes ezine PreSense + Digital PreSense.  Digital PreSense is a portal dedicated for positive journalism and to provide opportunity to young writers and citizen journalists.  This portal will be updated regularly with articles on various subjects like Economics, Politics, Education, International happenings, UnSung heroes, etc.  Please visit www.digitalpresense.com and read the articles.  The articles posted in the portal will also be automatically updated in the FB Page https://www.facebook.com/DigitalPreSense/.  Please visit the FB page and click Like, so that you may get notifications regularly.

Those who are interested to contribute to Digital PreSense, may write to us personally at editor@corpezine.com.

Kindly send us your feedback on PreSense and Digital PreSense.  

The ezine may also be downloaded from the link

Please listen to the interview of Shri Arjun Ram Meghwal, MOS, Finance






Tuesday, November 1, 2016

116th (Oct 2016) edition of ezine PreSense: Editorial on respecting Jawans + Cover Story on US Elections + SLC @ IIT Madras + Prince100 launch + many more

116th (Oct 2016) edition of ezine PreSense: Editorial on respecting Jawans + Cover Story on US Elections + SLC @ IIT Madras + Prince100 launch + many more
Editorial Team wishes all our readers a very happy Deepavali.

We are pleased to release / attach the 116th (October 2016) edition of ezine PreSense  with the following contents:

1.  Editorial : Susan Koshy, Editor writes on "Leave our Jawans alone to perform their duties".

2.  Cover Story:  Susan Koshy, Editor writes on US Presidential Elections 2016 with input from S Narendra (Former Information Advisor to Prime Minister)

3.  Ignited Minds:  K. Srinivasan, Editor in Chief writes on 'Student Legislative Council' (SLC) at IIT Madras, an unique student governance model implemented by them for the past 35 years  which can be emulated by all Educational Institutions.

4.  Sukruti Narayanan, Editorial Team Member writes on the launch of Prince100 (100th cartoon of Prince character)  by Dr Raman Singh, Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh.

5.  Triambak Sharma's Prince cartoon (100th cartoon)

6.  From the Archives of October 2010 edition.  Former Central Vigilance Commissioner N Vittal writes on 'four way test as guiding principle'.

This ezine can also be downloaded from the following link in pdf format

We are confident that you will  enjoy this edition.  Please send us your feedback to editor@corpezine.com.

Thursday, October 13, 2016

100th Prince cartoon launched at Raipur by Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh

Dr Raman Singh, Chief Minister, Chhattisgarh launching the 100th Prince cartoon
Dr Raman Singh, Chief Minister, Chhattisgarh launching the 100th Prince cartoon
Dr Raman Singh, Hon'ble Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh launched the 100th Prince cartoon at Raipur during the Cartoon Festival on 12th October 2016.  'Prince' is the cartoon character published in the emagainze PreSense since July 2008 edition.  The first Cartoon with Prince character was launched by Dr Abdul kalam in July 2008 at Chennai.  

From July 2008 edition, every edition of PreSense used to carry one Prince cartoon drawny Triambak Sharma, Editor, Cartoon Watch and a well known cartoonist in the North India.  100th Prince cartoon will be carried in the 116th (October 2016) edition of ezine PreSense.  The eMagazine PreSense is being published by Prime Point Foundation.

On the suggestions of Dr Abdul Kalam, PreSense introduced cartoons.  The Prince cartoon character was designed by Triambak Sharma on the lines of Common man of RK Laxman.  Prince represents the modern youth wearing trendy dress.

Before the launch of Prince100, a video presentation by Prime Point Srinivasan was screened before the Hon'ble Chief Minister and the audience.  Dr Raman Singh, Hon'ble Chief Minister appreciated the concept of Prince Character and appreciated the eMagazine PreSense for carrying the messages through cartoon character.  Dr Raman Singh watched the video presentation with keen interest.
Dr Raman Singh, Chief Minister watching the video presentation by Prime Point Srinivasan
Dr Raman Singh, Chief Minister watching the video presentation by Prime Point Srinivasan
Please watch the video presentation on the journey of Prince.

New initiative of Ezine PreSense - Publishing 'PreSense ebooklet'

New initiative of Ezine PreSense - Publishing 'PreSense ebooklet'


The ezine PreSense, started in March 2006 has now completed 115 monthly 'digital only' editions.  We started publishing 'digital only' editions from March 2006.  Due to the growth of internet and technology, in future, digital only publications like eMagazines (ezines), ebooks, eNewsportals will gain more importance and acceptance.  This ezine is being published by Prime Point Foundation.

Though our ezine PreSense is visible in virtual world only, PreSense has already taken up three initiatives of forming real world Education Loan Task Force (ELTF), Sansad Ratna Awards and Digital journalists Association of India (DiJAI). On this auspicious Vijaya Dasami day, we are pleased to announce 'PreSense-ebooklet', another digital only initiative.

As you know, ezine PreSense is being published on the first day of every month with contents on different themes. Presently, our editorial team members research the topics and write the contents in their names.  Each article is confined only to two to three pages in A4 size (around 1200 words).  We carry six or seven articles every month.

We find that  digital reading is becoming increasingly popular, as they can be read in any device like phone, tablet, iphone, kindle, desktop, etc.  ebooks are becoming popular nowadays.  At the same time, people are interested to read less contents in a quick manner in the digital medium.  They prefer less number of pages in the digital format, than what they could read in the print format.  

Keeping the digital trends in mind, Editorial Team of PreSense has come out with a new initiative of 'PreSense -ebooklet'.  This will provide opportunity to all, particularly youngsters, who aspire to become authors to learn digital writing.  Unlike the ezine PreSense, PreSense-ebooklet will not have any periodicity.  As and when ebooklets are ready, they will be released through groups and other channels like the ezine.  

1.  Maximum number of Pages 30 (around 9000 words) in A5 format.   The ebooklet can be written on any theme, including economics, commerce, science, communication, interviews, etc.  The content should be broken into several chapters.  The author should ensure that another person edits the contents.

2.  The contents should  be only in English.  

3.  After approval by the editorial team, the PreSense-ebooklet will be released digitally. All the ebooks will be stored in the Library of our site www.corpezine.com.   The ebooklet will be released under the PreSense platform with due credit to the author of the book.  Every month, our ezine Presense will carry details about the ebooklet launched during that month along with a brief profile of the author. 

4.  Those who are interested to write an ebooklet on any theme may contact editor@corpezine.com for guidance about the structure, font, design, etc.  The purpose is to make potential writers as 'authors'.  For time being, there is no revenue model for this scheme. 

Srinivasan
Editor in Chief
PreSense

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