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Briskon CEO gets Mother Teresa Excellence Award
Bangalore - September 20, 2011

Briskon Consulting's Director & CEO Mr. Junain Nazri has been conferred with the prestigious Mother Teresa Excellence Award 2011 by the Integrated Council for Socio-economic Progress in appreciation of his outstanding services to the society and the industry.

Mr. Junain received the award from Mr. V. Rajasekharan, former Union Minister of State for Planning, on the occasion of a seminar "India's Development - Current Scenario" which was held in Bangalore on September 18. Dr. Prem Nath, Former Asstt. Director General, Food & Agriculture Organization of The United Nations (FAO-UN) & Chairman of P.N Agricultural Science Foundation, Bangalore and Ms. Susheela George, Founder, Merryland International School, Abu Dhabi, were among guests on the occasion.

Mother Teresa awards are presented to eminent personalities who have excelled in the fields of education, science, culture, music, sports, social work, medicine, industry and politics, both at home and overseas.

An elated Mr. Junain said: "I am delighted over the award which is presented for meritorious achievements in diversified field of activities that immensely contribute to the progress of the society. I hope to continue with the good work."

Awards have been coming thick and fast for Briskon Consulting this year. In July, the company was awarded the '2011 Best Web Designer Award' from Web Host Gear, a web hosting information company from Canada. Briskon and its CEO were separately awarded the 'Indian Leadership Award for Industrial Development' in August.

In a short span of six years, Briskon Consulting has successfully executed more than 300 projects for several clients including a few Fortune 500 companies. With a cohesive mix of industry analysts, marketing professionals, artists, designers, developers, and quality assurance personnel, the company makes use of the latest technology and resources to produce the best Web solutions.

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