Microsoft Student Program is a worldwide recognizable platform that is supporting and sponsoring techies around the globe. Under this initiative of Microsoft, the technophiles have trained with skills apart from the regular academic content that gives them an extra edge over others from the same domain and enhances their employability rate. MSP Program visions to assist the college students majoring in the technology domain with the help of these student partners and help grow the techie community.
After 7 Students from Lovely Professional University who made it to the Microsoft Student Partners India Summit 2020, Microsoft has selected our 13 students as Microsoft Student Partners recently.
Enthrallingly we announce that our students, Ishan Singh, Ravikant Goswami, Ayushi Bhardwaj, Priyanka Sharma, Smile Gupta, Rohitash Goyal, Shivani Sharma, Gurtej Singh, Hitesh Sangwan, Mohammad Yasin, Ravneet Kaur, Rahul Sinha, and Saurabh Dubey made it to the Microsoft’s MSP Program, and would now be a part of an elite community of like-minded people from around the world. MSPs, apart from getting sponsored and trained in advanced skills in the tech community, also get the unique access to Microsoft resources and personnel, aiding them to lead in their community.
The series of achievements for LPU students amid this lockdown doesn’t stop here! After getting selected by Microsoft as MSPs, 2 of our students, Ishan Singh and Ravikant Goswami have made it to the top 50 attendees of the ASIA SUMMIT (Microsoft’s 2020 Student Partner Summit). Microsoft invited these young technophiles to represent India in its annual MSP Summit, Microsoft Imagine Cup Asia Regional Finals, and Microsoft Ignite: The Tour, all 3 of which were supposed to be in Singapore from 18th Feb 2020 to 21st Feb 2020, however, got postponed due to the Corona Crisis. The 2 MSPs were selected based on their being super active in the techie community and aiding to advance Microsoft technologies. Analyzing the current situation, Microsoft drove all its in-person events until July, to virtual formats and ensuing to which the Asia Summit too took the virtual format. However, the same level of involvement and enthusiasm continued throughout the meet as was intended before.
We wish our students the best for their future endeavours, and hope to see them, fly high making themselves as well as LPU proud!