Udaipur boy to represent Indian student community at Microsoft

Palash has been selected among all students across Engineering colleges of India.  This, even when he is still in his early engineering education years further, also being associated with the MSP program only since Sept 2016, makes it a moment of pride for the young man. He has brought honors to India and the city of Udaipur

 
Udaipur boy to represent Indian student community at Microsoft

Palash Dhakar, a student of BITS Pilani, is the among the two students who have been selected from across India, to represent the Indian Student Community at a Microsoft global event in Seattle, USA. Palash belongs to Udaipur and has completed his schooling from Maharana Mewar Public School, Udaipur.

Palash will be a part of the global student forum participating at the MSP Experience – Microsoft Build 2018 in Seattle, Washington. The event will be held from May 7 till May 10. The complete trip including travel, lodging and boarding will be taken care of by Microsoft.

Microsoft Student Program is an initiative by Microsoft, which runs across most Tier 1 Engineering colleges globally. The program members, all students of the college, run evangelist programs, promoting Microsoft technologies across the community. The students contribute in terms of running events across the year, promoting technologies such as MS Azure, PowerApps, Flow, etc.

During this exercise, they are constantly in touch with the Microsoft teams, both in India and globally. Palash, runs a similar apparatus at his college, along with 25 other students. Being a student of the 4th semester and in the Mechanical stream, makes it all the more interesting, that he has been picked by Microsoft along with another student from Delhi – making them the only two representatives of the student community of India.

This selection is based on the activities performed by the students, their interaction with the MS teams and the awareness they have built amongst the students of his alma mater.

Palash has been selected among all students across Engineering colleges of India.  This, even when he is still in his early engineering education years further, also being associated with the MSP program only since Sept 2016, makes it a moment of pride for the young man. He has brought honors to India and the city of Udaipur.

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