Aircel offers Super Pro 3G Dongle to edu institute


Srinagar, Feb 24: As part of its CSR, the Aircel gave away a Super Pro 3G Dongle to International School Kashmir, Baghat, Barzulla here.
 Speaking on the occasion, Sundeep Talwar, Operations Head, Aircel J&K reiterated Aircel’s commitment “towards ensuring growth of Internet as a knowledge repository for youth segment.”
 “As part of the initiative, Aircel has given its Internet Browsing Device commonly known as ‘Super Pro 3G Dongle’ to the institution for free,” he said.
 He said the students of the Institute can avail internet facility as part of this unique gesture from Aircel.
 Zeeshan Pandith, Founder & Chairman of the school appreciated the Aircel’s initiative/
 He said: “The education system in the valley is evolving and such type of technological advances will empower teachers in general and students in particular to reach out to the world and exchange ideas and information and keep themselves abreast with the advances in all the fields of knowledge.”
 Present on the occasion were Akhtar Jeelani, Zonal Business Head, Aircel Kashmir, Ajay Khajuria, Marketing Head, Aircel, J&K and Arvind Thapa, Distribution Head, Aircel, J&K. 

Lastupdate on : Fri, 24 Feb 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 24 Feb 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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