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BPUT students won online championship of Google


Students' of The Techno School, Bhubaneswar (An affiliated college under Biju Patnaik University of Technology, Odisha) a sister concern of Techno Group of Institution brings glory for the nation as well as for the state by winning Google Online Marketing Challenge 2010 from Asia Pacific Region. It's an international challenge where technical students from Orissa shine with their effort and concept to provide a new edge of a marketing platform to the world. This year on Google Online Marketing Challenge; 3000 student teams competing from 70 countries of the world and finally from Asia Pacific Region the team from TTS, Bhubaneswar constitute by two students of this institute Chandrasekhar Panda & Saswat Swain continuing their 4th year in engineering wins the challenge followed by getting a chance to be in the world Top 15 teams. The Google Online Marketing Challenge is a great hands-on exercise for undergraduate or graduate students in classes such as advertising, e-commerce, integrated marketing communication, management information systems, and marketing and new media technologies. The goal for students is effective online marketing via sound marketing analysis to optimize, manage and update a Google AdWords campaign.

On this glory the entire family of Techno Group of Institution & The Techno School, Bhubaneswar which was founded in the year 2005 and currently emerging as a best engineering college in the state providing 4 year B.Tech degree programme & Master Degree in computer Application ,Master Degree in Business Administration was in a mood joy and celebration.Speaking on the occasion Mr. Sarat Chandra Routray (Chairman of Techno Group of Institution) address the media personals that the entire team of Techno Group of Institution is happy with performance Chandrasekhar & Saswat and his team is planning to start an integrated industry based program along with the university curriculum at all sister units of Techno Group of Institution (i.e The Techno School, Bhubaneswar, Gurukula Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar & Gurukula College of Engineering for Women, Bhubaneswar). Director of The Techno Group of Institution Mr Manas Mohan Dalai was also happy with the student’s performance and told that TGOI will take every step by virtue of which students of Techno Group will bring glory to the nation and state. great achievement dudes.... love you both.. we are proud of you both.

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  1. Someone should take down all references to BPUT winning. This false information reflects badly on BPUT. Google will not announce *any* results this month.

    Sincerely,

    Professor Jamie Murphy, PhD
    Lead Academic, The Google Online Marketing Challenge
    The University of Western Australia
    Crawley, WA 6009
    Tel: +61 8 6488 1979
    jmurphy@biz.uwa.edu.au
    http://www.google.com/onlinechallenge/about.html

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  2. thanx deepu. we should be proud of his winning.

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  3. ok jamie i will take care of your note. thanx for reviewing.

    ReplyDelete

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