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Now a tech yatra!

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Taking a cue from the Indian politicians Microsoft has launched a technology yatra of its own.


Microsoft Student Partners (MSPs) today started the DreamSpark Yatra 2012 - an initiative aimed to create a local ecosystem of technology enthusiasts. The launch in New Delhi was held at the Indian Institue of Technology (IIT-D).  

As per Microsoft the focus for this year's Yatra is to raise awareness of accessibility solutions which help people to see, hear, and use computers to their full potential.

The DreamSpark Yatra 2012 will travel to 99 other locations in the next 99 days, to reach out to over 60,000 students.

The company believe that the platform will enable more students across the country to experience the latest in technology, thereby inspiring new ideas and innovation.


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