HCL starts Big Bang@Campus targeting university students


HCL Infosystems announced the launch of Big Bang@Campus,
a new scheme for students in universities across India.


The scheme will offer access to interactive learning
programs designed in collaboration with the British Council, and HCL Learning
solutions on the purchase of HCL Me laptops.


The HCL Big Bang@Campus program will be activated through
a Mobile Van which will cover approximately 200 educational institutes across
the country in various cities, over the next one month interacting with
students to build awareness for this custom offering. 


The offer can be availed on purchase of select HCL ME
range of laptops, with which students stand the chance to get free access to
British Council Certified LearENG course.


Besides this the package will also include free
educational content in a Wiz pack that has a Britannica library and interactive
K 12 learning sessions. The offer is packed with a three year Mcafee –
antivirus, free 2-year additional return to bench” warranty and additional
accessories like the Tata Photon Plus at discounted price.


Today students have a whole variety of new and
innovative learning products to choose from, to add to their knowledge and
skills. This program will provide an opportunity for students to access
innovative learning programs on their own custom HCL ME Laptop. We have been
pioneers in bringing innovative schemes through a wide range of products and
our understanding of the needs of the Indian market. This time around, on the
purchase of HCL ME Laptop,
students will also take home exciting gifts which would only enrich their
computing experience,” said Rothin Bhattacharya, HCL Infosystems.

HCL Infosystems recently announced that it signed
an agreement with phone major Nokia to extend their distribution
relationship for Nokia devices. The devices agreement would come up for renewal
again on December 31st 2014.


By Telecomlead.com Team
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