[linux-elitists] [Cheminformatics] Red Hat Scholarships for the tech savvy (fwd from email@example.com)
Mon Jul 5 12:52:25 PDT 2004
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Date: Mon, 5 Jul 2004 02:17:13 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: [Cheminformatics] Red Hat Scholarships for the tech savvy
THE RED Hat Scholarships-Open Source Challenge is
conducted jointly with the Kanwal Rekhi School of
Information Technology, IIT-Bombay.
The scholarships are designed to encourage young
talent and spread the open source philosophy that has
created world class software such as Linux and Apache.
They are focused on solving practical, real-life
problems that are of importance to Linux users
The Open Source Challenge is an educational initiative
designed to encourage budding software developers.
Students from engineering colleges across India can
participate. Scholarships worth Rs. 10 lakhs will be
To participate in the programme, students will have to
develop a piece of high quality open source software.
The projects are expected to have contribution similar
to that of a typical final year B.E./B.Tech project.
Group projects are admissible provided a group does
not consist of more than four students, each student
of the group has identifiable contributions, and the
total visible effort is commensurate with the number
of students in the group.
In addition, deserving participants will be offered
national and international internships with Red Hat.
The advisory board
A panel including D.B. Phatak, founder of the Kanwal
Rekhi School of Information Technology at IIT-Bombay;
S. Sadagopan, Director of the Indian Institute of
Information Technology, Bangalore; Rajesh Jain,
Director of Netcore Solutions; Sandeep Menon, IBM
India; and S. Ramakrishnan, MD, CDAC, form the
advisory board for the scholarships.
B.E., B.Tech, MCA, M.Sc., and M.Tech students can
Participants can be individuals or a maximum of four
students per team
The objective of the Red Hat scholarships is to speed
up the adoption of open source software in India and
make India a contributor to the global open source
community. Eight challenges have been decided by the
organisers who are also open to suggestions that meet
the objectives listed above. The suggestions will be
reviewed by the panel.
The challenges are:
Linux localisation for Indian languages.
Development of open source Enterprise Application
Integration (EAI) frameworks.
Meaningful applications for Small and Medium
Enterprises (SMEs) e.g. MiniERP, Accounting and
Geographical Information Systems.
Embedded Linux and associated applications for Net
appliances e.g. smart cards, cell phones, handled
PDAs, general appliances etc.
Audio/Video applications such as VoIP, Internet
telephony, feature recognition, text-to-speech.
Network related e.g. protocols, security etc.
System software and tools. e.g. Linux extensions, open
source databases, and their functionality extensions,
software development environments.
The last date for registration is July 31, 2004.
Courier the proposal and bonafide certificate to
Red Hat India Pvt. Ltd,
135, Mittal Towers, B-Wing,
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