New team at Devbhoomi Printers & Publishers Association

Ranu Bisht Oberoi is president, Sanjay Verma elected secretary

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Office-bearers for Devbhoomi Printers & Publishers Association

The Devbhoomi Printers & Publishers Association from Uttarakhand has elected a new team of office-bearers for the next two years. Ranu Bisht Oberoi has been unanimously elected as the president for another term of two years during the general body meeting held on 12 August 2023. 

Ranu won with a margin of more than 12 votes over her nearest rival. She said all the association’s members believed print businesspersons needed to make collective efforts to deal with the challenges of the sector.

Ranu has earlier said when she established Samaya Sakshaya, it took time for people to swallow the fact that a woman could conduct the printing job. Over the years, her hard work has paid and she was recognized on many platforms as the only woman printer and publisher of Uttarakhand. 

Sanjay Verma from Alpine Industry, who was elected as the secretary once again, presented a report on the activities of the association for the last two years.  Ajeet Singh from S S Print and Traders, who was elected as the treasurer for the next term, presented the accounts for the period. 

The AGM was conducted under the guidance of Amit Garg from Om Color Creations. The team for the next two years includes Ranu Bisht Oberoi as President; Anil Bhatt as vice-president; Sanjay Verma as secretary and Ajeet Singh as Treasurer. 

The elected executive members are Chandra Prakash of Vani Printers; Mayank Garg of Anil Enterprises; Yogesh Kapoor of MS Printers and Computers; Amit Garg of Om Color Creations, Hardeep Singh Bawa of Jeet Printers; Chetan Suri of 4 Colour Print Solutions; Rameshwar Bahuguna of Himalayan Enterprises and Harbhajan Singh of Lion Printing Press. 

The association of printers from Uttarakhand was established about 10 years ago with Adesh Gupta as the founder president, followed by Anil Mittal and Amit Garg.

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