14 December 2009

Students in India feel happy by "The M$ trap" #boycottnovell

I feel very bad when I see such type of mails. RKGIT is one institute
in Delhi India and This is just an example of students in India who do
not know about the M$ trap and do not awareness about FOSS and Open
Standards. I do not know when such school and Engineering college will
feel power and internal learning on FOSS tools in their syllabus.
I must say - "Indian govt must enforce certain rules on Microsoft and
other companies that they should not interfere with the education
system and do not send their crappy product in engineering colleges
and schools of my nation".

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: yogesh singh
Date: Sat, Dec 12, 2009 at 12:05 AM
Subject: [rkgtech] [Regarding RKGIT & Microsoft Developers Network Alliance]
To: rkgtech , rkgfest


Good news to u all !!!

All the students of RKGIT (B Tech, MBA, MCA, B Pharma) who so ever
owns a computer PC/Laptop are entitled to use genuine windows XP/
Vista, Visual Studio, SQL Server etc for free through MSDN Alliance.
Now, ask for your genuine key from the System Administrator Mr.
Satsangi OR Maintenance In Charge Mr. Vinod Kashyap. If you face any
problem regarding getting the keys please contact me.

Also, the students who are using windows OS and not using a licensed
version if caught during audit, organisation is going to take
serious actions against them.

Thanks & Regards

Yogesh Singh

Placement Executive
Department of Training & Placement
RKG Group of Institutions

yogesh.singh AT

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