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Atlanta, GA, United States
Atlanta, GA, United States

Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research is a medical and research institution located in Chandigarh, India. It has educational, medical research and training facilities for its students.The founders of the institute are Tulsi Das, Santokh Singh Anand, P N Chuttani, B N Aikat, Sant Ram Dhall and Bala Krishna. PGIMER was conceived and planned in 1960 to provide physical and intellectual milieu for young scientists working in multiple disciplines of medicine, to advance the frontiers of knowledge to render humane service to sick and suffering and to train medical and paramedical manpower, in Chandigarh. The Institute was established in 1962 under the erstwhile state of Punjab. It was declared as an Institute of National Importance by an Act of Parliament w.e.f. 1 April 1967. Wikipedia.


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News Article | May 21, 2017
Site: www.fastcompany.com

You’ve never quite figured out the best way to organize your to-do list–join the club. Perhaps you’ve got dozens of pages of to-dos stored away in the Notes app on your phone, and dozens more spread out across Slack and Trello. Or maybe you’ve tried a bunch to-do list apps and haven’t been able to commit to one. Fear not: There’s no right way to do to-do lists. “What’s more important than an app is having a reliable system that can help you prioritize the important things and juggle many things at once without feeling overwhelmed,” says Amir Salihefendic, CEO of productivity startup Doist. “My suggestion would be to have a system, [rather] than just a to-do app.” What kind of system? To find out, Fast Company asked 10 CEOs how they manage their own daily and weekly task lists. While all of them have different (and evolving) preferences, each has pinned down a workflow to suit their needs right now. Many execs aim to keep their to-do lists as short and urgent as possible, to avoid carrying over tasks from one day to the next. For Rachel Blumenthal, the CEO of Rockets of Awesome, a subscription service for children’s clothing, this means going analog. She scribbles her priorities for the day–the “three to eight things that you absolutely have to complete”–on a single sticky note. “A Post-It is great because it can only fit so many to-dos,” Blumenthal says. But Blumenthal doesn’t stop with just writing to-dos by hand; she scrawls the most important thing she needs to do on a given day on her hand, namely, “in between my thumb and pointer finger.” That way, she says, “I look at it all day long and can’t miss it.” Like Blumenthal, Scott Tannen, CEO of luxury bedding company Boll & Branch, also swears by Post-It notes, but only when absolutely necessary. Otherwise, he doesn’t bother with a to-do list at all. “Believe it or not, I rarely write things down, and for better or for worse, I keep everything in my head,” Tannen says. “It drives people crazy, but I generally don’t forget things too often, at least not that I can remember.” It’s not an uncommon approach. While some people use Evernote, Google Keep, or a note-taking app, a number of execs avoid making conventional lists. Instead, they opt for platforms like Slack and Trello to manage what they need to do. “I am a power user of the starred email function in Gmail as a to-do list,” says Dan Teran, CEO of the office management startup Managed by Q, “and usually find time over the weekend or in the evening to crank through correspondence that piles up.” Shivani Siroya, CEO of fintech startup Tala, treats her inbox and Slack as ad hoc to-do lists; if there’s a message or DM still staring at her, it’s a task that’s still left to do.


News Article | May 8, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.com

"When PGi made the shift to an Account-Based-Marketing (ABM) strategy, an essential component was prioritizing which accounts to target in our sales and marketing outreach," said Kerry. "With 6sense analytics, it took all the guesswork away. Knowing precisely which companies to engage has had a huge impact on our revenue outcomes and ROI." For a company fighting to stay ahead of intense competition, data-driven decision making allows organizations to optimize their marketing and sales efforts to increase the speed with which they identify, win and rebook business. In a business where the company who gets to the prospect first has the strongest advantage, pinpointing in-market prospects, finding net-new accounts and increasing sales efficiency is game changing. SiriusDecisions Summit is the premier gathering of 3,000 B2B sales, marketing and product leaders, all of whom come together to learn best practices for driving greater alignment and topline revenue growth. SiriusDecisions will feature cutting-edge research from more than 500 analyst sessions, and over 100 practitioner case studies. Interested in learning more ahead of the Summit? Check out the ROI that other customers have witnessed with 6sense in Forrester's Total Economic Impact case study here. Attend additional 6sense sessions at SiriusDecisions Summit to hear how customers have witnessed success across the entire funnel, including increased pipeline, optimized spend, higher win rates, larger average deal sizes and improved campaign efficiency. Examples include: 6sense's mission is to empower marketing and sales teams with 100 percent visibility into buyers; who they are, needs and timing. 6sense provides marketers with omni-channel connectivity and visibility from brand to demand to revenue. 6sense's patent-protected predictions power all downstream sales and marketing systems with intelligence on who is in an active buying cycle, what products, when they will buy and where they are in the buyer's journey. 6sense enables intelligent growth resulting in new pipeline, higher marketing to sales conversions, larger opportunity size and increased sales productivity and effectiveness with teams focusing on the right buyers with a need now. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/pgi-to-take-the-stage-at-siriusdecisions-summit-2017-with-6sense-300452866.html


Patent
PGi and FSPG Plastics Group Co. | Date: 2013-09-11

The present invention relates to a thermoplastic resin film laminate prepared by thermal compressing including: at least a thermoplastic resin film layer with a thickness of 1-250 m, at least a thermoplastic resin product layer, and a bonding layer of glue in between the thermoplastic resin film layer and the thermoplastic resin product layer, wherein the thermoplastic resin product layer is a thermoplastic resin film or a thermoplastic resin fabric, and the thermoplastic resin fabric can be a woven fabric and/or a nonwoven. In the laminate of the present invention, the fabric has a gram weight of 1-250 g/m^(2) and the bonding layer has gram weight of more than 0.1 g/m^(2). The laminate of this invention has good breathability and high moisture transmission rate. The laminate is smooth with no wrinkles and has a soft handfeel.


Patent
Sunovion Pharmaceuticals and PGi | Date: 2016-02-11

Disclosed are compounds of Formula (I): and pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof, wherein A, R^(a), R^(1), R^(2), R^(3), R^(4), R^(6), w and n1 are defined and described herein; compositions thereof; and methods of use thereof. These compounds are useful for treating a variety of neurological and psychiatric disorders, such as those described herein.


Patent
PGi and Sunovion Pharmaceuticals | Date: 2015-11-24

Provided herein are multicyclic compounds, methods of their synthesis, pharmaceutical compositions comprising the compounds, and methods of their use. The compounds provided herein are useful for the treatment, prevention, and/or management of various neurological disorders, including but not limited to, psychosis and schizophrenia.


Disclosed are compounds of Formula (I): and pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof, wherein Ring B, A^(1), A^(2), R^(6), w and n1 are defined and described herein; compositions thereof; and methods of use thereof. These compounds are useful for treating a variety of neurological and psychiatric disorders, such as those described herein.


Patent
PGi and FSPG HI Technology CO. | Date: 2013-01-07

A thermoplastic resin film laminate is prepared by thermal compressing including: at least a thermoplastic resin film layer with a thickness of 1-250 m, at least a thermoplastic resin product layer, and a bonding layer of glue in between the thermoplastic resin film layer and the thermoplastic resin product layer, wherein the thermoplastic resin product layer is a thermoplastic resin film or a thermoplastic resin fabric, and the thermoplastic resin fabric can be a woven fabric and/or a nonwoven. In the laminate, the fabric has a gram per square meter weight of 1-250 g/m^(2 )and the bonding layer has gram per square meter weight of more than 0.1 g/m^(2). The laminate has good breathability and high moisture transmission rate. The laminate is smooth with no wrinkles and has a soft handfeel.


Persson B.N.J.,PGi
Tribology Letters | Year: 2014

Most natural surfaces and surfaces of engineering interest, e.g., polished or sandblasted surfaces, are self-affine fractal over a wide range of length scales, with the fractal dimension Df = 2.15\pm 0.15± 0.15. We give several examples illustrating this and a simple argument, based on surface fragility, for why the fractal dimension usually is <2.3. A kinetic model of sandblasting is presented, which gives surface topographies and surface roughness power spectra in good agreement with experiments. © 2014 Springer Science+Business Media New York.


Patent
PGi | Date: 2012-10-24

A plug valve includes a valve body (10) and a valve stem (30) supporting a plug (32). A seat is formed on and is integral with the valve body. The seat includes a seating surface (16) above and below the passageway connecting the fluid inlet and the fluid outlet. The seating surface provides a seal with the plug. A method of forming the seat on the valve body is disclosed.


Patent
PGi | Date: 2012-10-24

The cone plug valve includes a valve body, a fluid inlet and a fluid outlet, a valve stem, and a cone supported on the valve stem. The metal cone is rotatably separate from the valve stem but moves axially in response to axially movement of the valve stem. A seat is fixably positioned within the valve body for sealing engagement with the cone, which has a sealing surface extending outward from the cone shaped exterior surface for sealing with the seat to close off flow through the valve body.

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