Coimbatore Round-Up: Power Shutdown, Training Programme, Rural Initiative, and Claims Settlement

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December 12, Coimbatore: Residents of Periyanaickenpalayam, Naickenpalayam, Kovanur, Gudalur Koundampalayam, Jothipuram, Press Colony, No 4 Veerapandi, Idigarai, Sengalipalayam, Poochiyur, Samanaickenpalayam, Athipalayam, Govindanaickenpalayam, Maniyakarampalayam, Palamalai, and Narasimhanaickenpalayam are advised of a scheduled power shutdown from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Periyanaickenpalayam sub-station. The interruption is part of routine maintenance and improvement efforts.

Training Programme for Rural Youth: The Rural Self Employment Training Institute of Canara Bank, located in Tiruppur, is set to conduct a 30-day training program in beauty parlour management for unemployed youth in rural areas of Tiruppur district. The program, slated for December at Annuparpalayam, targets individuals aged between 18 and 45. For application details, interested candidates can contact 9489043923, 9952518441, or 8610533436.

United Way Bengaluru’s ‘Rural Rising’ Initiative: United Way Bengaluru, in collaboration with Alstom, is extending its ‘Rural Rising’ initiative for the third consecutive year, focusing this time on Appanaickenpatti and Selakarachal panchayats at Sultanpet block. Olivier Loison, Managing Director of Alstom India, highlighted the initiative’s impact on nearly 8,380 people in Coimbatore. The ongoing projects include the enhancement of eight anganwadi centers, infrastructure improvement, strengthening a Primary Health Centre, and vocational skill training for youth development, along with the rejuvenation of a lake in Selakarachal.

Claims Settlement by Star Health and Allied Insurance: Star Health and Allied Insurance has reported settling claims totaling over ₹131 crore in the Coimbatore region from April to September this year. The company disbursed over ₹127 crore for claim settlements to network hospitals and approximately ₹4 crore for claim settlements to non-network hospitals in the region. Of the total, more than ₹117 crore was settled as cashless claims and ₹14 crore as reimbursement claims. Surgical treatments accounted for over ₹83 crore in claims payout, while medical treatments amounted to ₹48 crore. The release also specified that claims made by women totaled over ₹53 crore, while claims made by men were settled at ₹78 crore.

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