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Schools get the "App"titude in India

posted 12 Sep 2010, 01:11 by JBS Admin

Tuesday, March 31, 2009 | 11:28 AM

Many schools and universities across the world have been going online to increase the efficiency of their day-to-day operations through Google Apps Education Edition. The increased adoption of schools moving to Apps has been particularly significant in India, especially as a result of our recent Got the "App"titude Challenge. This challenge encouraged students, faculty members, and alumni from engineering and management schools throughout India to move their institutions to Google Apps. 

The challenge created quite a stir, and after launching in August, more than 6,000 teams signed up consisting of students, faculty, and alumni. Each team worked with their own IT staff to identify challenges and limitations with their existing email and collaboration systems, and then, working with a Googler, demonstrated the ways in which Google Apps could mitigate these issues. 

As a result of the challenge, more than 100 colleges across India are now in the process of implementing Apps on their campuses. Some of these schools include National Institute of Technology - CalicutZakir Husain College of Engineering & Technology- Aligarh Muslim University, and Jaypee Business School

The performance of each team was evaluated by measuring product usage after their deployment. We'd like to extend our congratulations to the XL CONNECT team from Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI) - Jamshedpur, who won the challenge by demonstrating the highest usage of Google Apps products. This team ran a pilot and implemented Google Apps within less than a month from the day they secured approval from their college's decision makers. They also conducted marketing campaigns to inspire students to find innovative ways to use Google Apps tools. Chintan Agarwal, secretary of the Systems Society at XLRI says, "Considering the need for a networked manager and the high reliability and usability of Google Apps, we have rolled-out Apps services for all XLers, including international students at Singapore and Dubai."

Below is a map of all the schools across India who will be rolling out Apps on campus after participating in the challenge. We look forward to continuing to fill up the map as more schools across the globe get the "App"titude. 

Posted by Preethi and Shashank, Google Apps India Team

Sachin in JBS

posted 12 Sep 2010, 01:11 by JBS Admin


 The Master Blaster, Sachin Tendulkar visited the Jaiprakash Sabhagar at the JBS on April 14, 2009 to endorse the Jaypee cement and unveil the new advertising campaign of:

JAYPEE CEMENT – “Andar Se Solid”

  • New campaign looks to redefine the concept of solidity and trust with an emotional connect that the Jaypee Group has come to be known for
  • “Andar se Solid” as the tagline to consolidate the brand’s core values of Trust, Resilience & Stability and the brand’s core promise of superior strength, durability and withstanding the test of time
  • Campaign would reinforce and further build on the brand’s virtues of strength, endurance and fortitude – values that shall propel Jaypee Cement to a capacity of 25 million tonnes by 2010 and then 35 million tonnes per annum by 2011
  • Jaypee Cement is India’s 3rd largest cement player and To communicate the company’s leadership stature and premium positioning, an aggressive multimedia campaign has been drawn up

Jaypee Cement – India’s leading cement brand, today launched its new brand campaign and announced its association with the Master Blaster, Sachin Tendulkar.  The new campaign looks to redefine the concept of solidity and trust with an emotional connect that has come to be associated with all Jaypee Group campaigns.

Welcoming Sachin to the Jaypee family, Mr. Manoj Gaur, Executive Chairman, Jaypee Group, said, “Sachin and Jaypee Cement, are a perfect fit as they stand for similar values of inner strength, endurance and everlasting performance.  These values have spurred both to set new benchmarks and made good the dreams and aspirations of all those who believe in Sachin Tendulkar & Jaypee Cement.

The new campaign showcases the brand’s core values of stability and resilience as well as the promise of endurance and unyielding performance.  The essence of the campaign lies in the analogy between Sachin and Jaypee Cement – deriving their iconic stature unblemished reputation from their inner strength, grit and indomitable spirit.  The campaign captures Sachin in a manner like never before – as one who has withstood the tests of time and challenges.

Speaking on the occasion, Sachin Tendulkar said “I firmly believe that trust and stability are essential for building a solid and enduring partnership.  I am truly delighted to begin a long innings with another like-minded and gritty player, Jaypee Cement!”

Jaypee Cement with commissioned capacity of over 13.5 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) is a brand leader in its current marketing zone, consisting of Central and parts of Northern India.  The Company has undertaken a bold expansion plan to achieve a 35 MTPA capacity by 2011 – one of the fastest organic expansions worldwide in the cement industry.  Jaypee Cement is poised to achieve a pan – India presence and cement the dreams & aspirations of a billion Indians, quite like the Master Blaster himself.

More than 3000 students, guests and senior professional from the Jaypee group graced the occasion.

JBS in the News

posted 12 Sep 2010, 01:10 by JBS Admin

Students’ Name


Anshul Pachauri

Presented paper on “Reforms in Technical Education in India”. (HPAIR-2010) at Harvard Business School, USA.

Navankur Gupta

Presented paper “An Speed Based Adaptive Algorithm for Reducing Paging Cost in Cellular Networks”, The 2nd IEEE International Conference on Computer Science and Information Technology 2009 (ICCSIT 2009), Beijing, China.

Anshul Pachauri

Secured 2nd rank in All-India IBM Case-Analysis Competition held at annual managerial and entrepreneurial festival of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur under Megabucks 2009.

Akhil Bhalla

Published a research paper at IBS, Ahmedabad on the topic “Mergers and acquisition in Indian telecom industry and their strategic importance”.

Navankur Gupta

Presented paper “Location Update Cost Computation for Location Management Using Speed Adaptive Strategy in Cellular Network”, in NCICT’09 on 6th March 2009, at NMIMS, Mumbai, India.

Lalit Nrayan Taparia

Presented a research paper titled “Creative Idea Generation –The Pacemaker   of Changing Business Scenario” at NICOM 2009 organized by Institute of Management - Nirma University, Ahmedabad.

Anshul Pachauri

Presented paper on “Flexibility in Prices and Size of FMCG products in Rural Retail: A Comparative Study”. Conference on Flexible Systems Management jointly organized by NITIE-Mumbai, Indian Institute of Technology-Mumbai, University of Texas ( US). (2009).

Vikrant Nag
Neeraj Sharma

Won Firtst Prize in ‘NIVESH’ an equity analysis competition.

Lalit Nrayan Taparia

Won Certificate of Merit for presenting a business plan titled” SUVIDHA-The Home Assistance and Maintenance Solutions” at Megabucks ’09 organized by IIT Kanpur and Xerox.

Rahul Ranjan Rai

Won First Prize in Quiz competition ‘Enlightened Managers’.

Vinay Aggarwal

Won First Prize in Business Quiz Competition

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