Microsoft’s DreamSpark

Free software for JNTU-Kakinada students Under Microsoft’s DreamSpark programme

Friday, November 13, 2009


Benefit Over 2,00,000 students...
Under the Microsoft’s DreamSpark programme JNTU Kakinada has an agreement with Microsoft for distributing free software to its students, which will benefit over 2,00,000 students from 226 affiliated colleges of JNTU-K in eight districts. Students of JNTU-K would have access to the latest IT tools and software provided to them by Microsoft. Students would be offered free academic software licensing and software developer and design tools under DreamSpark, which till date benefited some 5,00,000 students in the country.

The following software would be made available to the students:

Microsoft designer tools:

Microsoft platform resources: