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VITAA Day 2010 Invitation

VITAA Day 2010 Invitation

Just received an email from VITAA confirming the Annual Alumni Meet scheduled to be held on 26th January 2010. The text of the invitation is included below as a humble service to my alma mater and to ensure that other VITians can get this message so that they can try to schedule their calendars to attend the alumni meet.

Dear friends,

Greetings from VITAA (VIT Alumni Association) !!

You are invited on behalf of VIT Management and VITAA Office bearers we invite you and your family members to attend the VITAA Day 2010 (Annual Alumni Get-together) on 26th Jan. (Tuesday) in VIT.

Our beloved Chancellor, Pro-Chancellors, VITAA Office bearers, Faculty, Staff & Students of VIT will be happy to meet you at VIT on 26th Jan. 2010.

Please register at:

Welcome to the VIT's 26th year celebrations on the 26th Jan. 2010.


Please visit: to view the VITAA Annual Alumni News Letter 2009-10.

Please forward this message to all your friends (VITAA members).

For further details, kindly contact Mr.J.Krishnakumar, Alumni Officer, email: ;

Mobile: +91-9443311361 ; Landline: +91-416-2202248.

Please stay in-touch.

See you on Jan. 26th in VIT.

VITAA - We Share ; We Care

Thanks & Regards,

  1. V.G. Sridhar
    Secretary-General, VITAA.
  2. D. Venkaatesh
  3. P. Srikanth


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