Kccna Website design Contest: 2011

posted Apr 20, 2011, 3:01 PM by Saju Kannampally   [ updated Apr 20, 2011, 3:06 PM ]


KCCNA is inviting candidates to take part in a talent competition that will lead to two

winners to take part in the creativity as well as the design of the KCCNA.COM and its

sister websites. The winners will also take part in maintaining the website for one year

(starting on June 1st) and will be paid $25/h for their service which could be used towards

their College Education. KCCNA is expecting a maximum of 140h from each winner

during the course of 1 year towards this effort. Noel Charath and Santhosh Chakunkal

will serve as mentors during the one year to provide overall guidance and there will be

specific goals for each candidate to complete during the course of their assignment with

interim milestones. The winners will also be granted an award of $500 each in

recognition of their accomplishments.

The eligible candidates have to be college students and must be currently enrolled full

time (12-15 credits/Semester for undergraduate students and 6-9 credits/semester for

graduate students) in a university/college. Selected candidates are expected to maintain

their full time student status during the course of their assignment. The candidates need to

have a very good knowledge as well as an exposure and experience in building and

designing websites. Open Source coding is preferred, especially PHP or Java or similar

Webtool kits.

            The last date to submit nominations (via the President/Secretary of the local unit) along

with RESUME and PROOF OF ENROLLMENT is 5/6/2011. Each applicant should

develop a website for the competition and the final design must be submitted by

5/20/2011. The candidates can choose which ever site hosting they currently use or any of

the free available sites. The theme as well as the design is open for maximum creativity.

The judging will be done by IT experts chosen by KCCNA as well as by an independent

outside IT professional. Please send in your application for the competition to KCCNA

joint Secretary - Noel Charath by e-mail - nchara1@yahoo.com

winners to take part in the creativity as well as the design of the KCCNA.COM and its

sister websites. The winners will also take part in maintaining the website for one year

(starting on June 1st) and will be paid $25/h for their service which could be used towards

their College Education. KCCNA is expecting a maximum of 140h from each winner

during the course of 1 year towards this effort. Noel Charath and Santhosh Chakunkal

will serve as mentors during the one year to provide overall guidance and there will be

specific goals for each candidate to complete during the course of their assignment with

interim milestones. The winners will also be granted an award of $500 each in

recognition of their accomplishments.

The eligible candidates have to be college students and must be currently enrolled full

time (12-15 credits/Semester for undergraduate students and 6-9 credits/semester for

graduate students) in a university/college. Selected candidates are expected to maintain

their full time student status during the course of their assignment. The candidates need to

have a very good knowledge as well as an exposure and experience in building and

designing websites. Open Source coding is preferred, especially PHP or Java or similar

Webtool kits.

The last date to submit nominations (via the President/Secretary of the local unit) along

with RESUME and PROOF OF ENROLLMENT is 5/6/2011. Each applicant should

develop a website for the competition and the final design must be submitted by

5/20/2011. The candidates can choose which ever site hosting they currently use or any of

the free available sites. The theme as well as the design is open for maximum creativity.

The judging will be done by IT experts chosen by KCCNA as well as by an independent

outside IT professional. Please send in your application for the competition to KCCNA

joint Secretary - Noel Charath by e-mail - nchara1@yahoo.com
 
 
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