Saturday, September 13, 2008

Microsoft Student Partner Lead 2008-09

I got a mail this Thursday from Microsoft Acad team that I have been promoted as the MSP lead for the year 2008-09. Previously called as "Microsoft Student Ambassador", this role of MSP lead demands increased maturity, increased responsibility and along with that, recognition.

The happiest thing being, I am one of the 6 MSPs in India who are been selected as the Leads. The other 5 being

  • Bigyan Bhar - Kolkata
  • Kaushal Bhavsar - Ahmedabad
  • Lakshman Shrikanth - Bangalore
  • Mayur Tendulkar - Pune
  • Urjit Singh Bhatia - Baroda

We have 2 MSP leads from Bangalore, myself and Lakshman. This must be a happy news for the Bdotnetstudet community. Its feels so good when someone recognises our work and pat our shoulder. Not only does it motivates us to do more things, it instills self-confidence in us.

7 comments:

senthil said...

Congrats Mr.Microsoft Student Partner Lead
Hope You do Much better than What u doing Now.....
Great Going

BiGYaN said...

This is Bigyan Bhar, MSP, Kolkata ... glad to have finally come across ur blog.

Rohit Nair said...

Congrats! Proud moment! :)

GURUPRASAD said...

congrats man..keep rocking;-)

PRAVEEN said...

hiii boss...
congrats... && hats-off... for ur collasal success......

but one thing ..
iam studying UGC (3rd sem) in CS dept.. i lost the chance of registration before dead line...for the exam which is held in b'lore....
even im from b'lore...

is there any other chance to get MSP for our college...
plzz reply .. im indeed..&& interested..

PRAVEEN said...

another question...
ur selected as MSP.....
it is for only ur college or for all colleges in INDIA??
i heard that for every college there will be an MSP....
is it right..?????
plzz reply buddy....

Raveesh Mayya said...

@ All Thanks a lot for your wishes.

@ Praveen : Its an ideal case that every engineering college in India will have MSPs. The Acad Team of MS is working towards it.

This year onwards the admission process is centralized. This means that you MUST pass the test. If not this year, you can try next year. (Its for 2nd and 3rd year students)