1) Deadline for applying for 2012 student awards is extended
For the past 3 months, we invited applications from students for 2012 Student Awards:
We are still waiting for more response from our students. For that, we are now extending the deadline for applying to April 5, 2012. The awards are in 3 categories (Leadership Award, Achievement Award and Volunteer Award). Interested students can view the Chronicle link provided above and apply online.
For any questions, please write to Yogesh Upadhyaya at: email@example.com.
2) Alumni association needs paid part-time student volunteers for its website
The web team of our alumni association (IT-BHU Global Alumni Association-IBGAA) is developing a new version of its official website www.itbhuglobal.org. For this, it invites applications from students interested in working part-time on paid basis.
Work description: The students will assist the current web team in its efforts to develop and format the new web version, migration and qualification of data from old version to new one, drafting and uploading of articles on the server on regular basis, and any other work required by the web team. The students will also work in helping publishing of Chronicle magazine.
Work schedule: During academic session, students will work maximum of 2 hrs/day (12 hrs/week). This is to ensure that this work assignment does not interfere with their academic work.
Compensation: Each volunteer will be paid a fixed stipend of Rs. 2,500/month for the duration of the assignment.
We are looking for a few volunteers to work immediately on the project. All applications must be received by the end of April. Please apply indicating relevant skills to: Anand Singh at: firstname.lastname@example.org; and Animesh Pathak at: email@example.com
Anand Singh (Electronics 1993)
Animesh Pathak (CSE 2003)
IT-BHU Global Alumni Association
3) Urgent help needed for our alumnus
This mail is in regarding treatment of Jaskaran Singh, 2011 ITBHU passout, B-Tech, civil engineering.
Just before joining his job last year Jaskaran had gone to Manikaran with his family (to pay homage to God). On their way back they met with an accident. Unfortunately his whole family died in the accident (Mother, father and younger brother).
Jaskaran suffered injuries to his spine which disabled movement of any of his body parts. He was treated at a hospital in Chandigarh (Government Medical College).
For further details about the help needed and about how to help him, please visit our alumni association website at:
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