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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Dec 5-8: BMC's PADI Open Water Diver course 

PADI Open Water Diver course [5-6-7-8 Dec 2008]
Only 5 seats

The PADI Open Water Diver course is a complete, carefully structured entry level scuba diving course designed to take you from a non-diver with little or no prior experience to a certified diver. The certification is recognised worldwide and is valid for life, to a maximum depth of 18 metres.

The programme consists of five knowledge development sessions, 4 confined pool training dives and four open water (sea) dives. During the course you will practice and master the skills that you will need to be a safe and competent diver, with your instructor devoting maximum time to teaching you fun and safe diving techniques. Almost anyone who is in good health with reasonable fitness and able to swim can learn to scuba dive.

Tentative Schedule:

4th Dec 9PM:
Start from Bangalore by Bus.
5th to 8th Dec: PADI Scuba diving Course
8th Dec Night: Start journey back to Bangalore

Course Fees: Rs. 21,000.00 Per participant

Course fee includes: Accommodation, Open Water manual, dive planner, equipment rental, Certification Card, Pool & Boat charges. Internationally recognized, this certification lets you dive anywhere in the world.
Above Charges does not include: Transport & Food.

For registration please transfer Rs. 5000 to block the seat. Remaining fees you can pay later but before 2nd Dec 2008.
Bank Name Axis Bank
Account Holder Bangalore Mountaineering Club
Account Type Saving
Bank Account Number 300010100030913
Branch Marathahalli
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BMC Address
No, 69, K. R. Garden, 3rd Main,
Bank colony, Murgeshpalya,
Vimanapura Post, Bangalore - 560017

Airport Road -> ISRO office Signal - > Wing Tunnel Road -> Left turn from Airport compound wall -> Left turn to KR Garden 3rd Main -> Left hand side 3rd House.

See MAP for detailed route

Terms and Conditions:
1. Registration on First come First serve basis.
2. Consumption of alcohol is STRICTLY prohibited.
3. Please try to avoid getting expensive things, as no one in the trip will be responsible for any ones belongings.


To register please fill in the Event Participation Form.

Neeraj Malve
Bangalore Mountaineering Club
www.bmcindia. org
"A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving."


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