txtWeb started its Campus Ambassador Program last year with two students, Sameer Malik and Rishabha Garg, from Delhi and Gwalior respectively. Encouraged by the inroads made by these two youngsters in the colleges of their respective cities, txtWeb wanted to foray into the other cities and towns of this vast land. A successful campaign later, txtWeb is happy to announce that it had taken in its fold eight new Campus Ambassadors from different parts of our country.
Let’s take a look at all of these youngsters:
Abhinav Singh, Shri Ramswaroop Memorial Group of Professional Colleges, Lucknow
Pursuing his Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering, Abhinav, is ecstatic that this assignment with txtWeb will add great value to his CV and pledges to ‘make more and more people aware about txtWeb’ in Lucknow.
Cyril Jose K. A, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore
Pursuing his MCA, Cyril discloses that he is a programmer looking for innovative jobs and found txtWeb to be an interesting platform. He plans to create apps on txtWeb and promote the same among his colleagues most of whom are good programmers but who don’t know about txtWeb yet.
Cyril Jose K. A
Gaurav Subham, Sharda University, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh
A student of Computer Science, Gaurav wanted to join txtWeb’s Campus Ambassador program as he was interested in the apps and plans to put in his best efforts to carry the word about txtWeb both in his college in particular and Noida in general.
Karthik V U, East Point College of Engineering and Technology, Bangalore
Student of B.E, Electronics & Communication, he applied for the campus ambassador program as he was amazed with txtWeb’s apps. He claims that he was the first person to use txtWeb apps in his college and that almost 25% of its students use the apps currently because of him!!!
Karthik V U
Kavin K. Balasubramanian, Anand Institute of Higher Technology, Chennai
A final year student in Mechanical Engineering, Kavin believes that ‘txtWeb needs to be shared with a greater fraternity’ and has therefore signed up for the Campus Ambassador Program. He hopes to bring in quality developers, good end-users and get txtWeb in the contact list of every mobile phone in hiscity. We wish him luck!!!
Kavin K. Balasubramanian
Mohammad Shahid Khan, S.U.M.C.H, Darbhanga, Bihar
Studying for his medical degree, Shahid’s love for txtWeb’s apps (that he says saves time and money both!!) got him to enrol to the program. He plans to take it to every student in his college and town.
Mohammad Shahid Khan
Mohit Kumar, National Institute of Technology(NIT), Silchar (Assam)
A student of B.Tech, Mohit is struck by the simplicity of the txtWeb platform and wants to promote its usefulness in daily life.
Shankar Bukya, IIT Kharagpur, West Bengal
Currently pursuing his B.Tech in Industrial Engineering & Management, Shankar, says that he was ‘very impressed by the functioning of txtWeb which despite being offline, one can acquire the same information when he browses the internet, using some code in text messages’. Upbeat about joining txtWeb’s Campus Ambassador Program, Shankar vows to take txtWeb to every student in his college and city.
Covering the length and breadth of the country, we hope that txtWeb’s newest missionaries will be successful in taking its apps to all and sundry.
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