Microsoft Establishes Technical Services Lab at Sastra University

A Microsoft Technical Services Lab established at SASTRA University was launched on Wednesday by Thomas Payyapilli, general manager, Microsoft India Global Technical Support Center (India GTSC).

Published: 19th December 2013 03:31 PM  |   Last Updated: 19th December 2013 03:31 PM   |  A+A-

SASTRA-University

A Microsoft Technical Services Lab established at SASTRA University was launched on Wednesday by Thomas Payyapilli, general manager, Microsoft India Global Technical Support Center (India GTSC).

This lab will be leveraged as a training facility, equipped with tools customised for students, including PCs and servers, and designed to provide students with a complete experience of working in a technical services environment on campus, an official release of the University said.

The setting up of the lab follows the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between India GTSC and SASTRA University and is aimed at assisting students to harness and develop their potential to grow into future leaders and decision makers in the field of technical services.

Chandrasekhar Gopalan, director, Developer Support, Microsoft India; S Vaidhyasubramaniam, dean, Planning and Development; P Swaminathan, dean, School of Computing and V Badrinath, director of Training and Placement of SASTRA University, were among those present during the inauguration of the lab.

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