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Archive for March, 2011.

myEshala – an eLearning package oriented towards SSC board students

Technology pervades all aspects of our lives, and now even educational institutions are actively adopting technology based systems. Pune’s Millenium School, Pune after scouring the market for an e-learning tool and unable to find a suitable one, decided to develop one on its own, and it is now available for all children at http://myEshala.com. Basically, […]

PHPCamp – the biggest PHP conference in India – in Pune on 5th March

PHPCamp is back. PHPCamp is the biggest PHP conference in India and happens in Pune every year. Why should you go? If you’re a student interested in web development, you should go to find out what’s going on with the most popular web development language in the world. If you’re a motivated student who would […]

Economic Times wants to know the stories of Pune Entrepreneurs

The Economic Times, writes articles about entrepreneurship on its page Emerging India, and they want to increase their coverage of entrepreneurship from Pune and bring the city’s entrepreneurs to the forefront. Omkar Sapre, Senior Correspondent, of The Economic Times in Pune is keen to interact with entrepreneurs in Pune and know more about their businesses. […]

Create a Startups Forum (“Open Coffee Club”) in your locality

Santosh Dawara, one of the founders of (and the primary driver behind) Pune Open Coffee Club, the very successful forum for Pune Startups, is challenging the entrepreneurs of Pune to create smaller Open Coffee Clubs for each region of the City. The idea being that Pune’s startup ecosystem is big enough that it can support […]