Tuesday, September 27, 2011

IPSR - Truly Professional...!!!!!

No proletarian shadows in IPSR’s professionalism. The moments of glory and laurels in Red Hat certifications keeps on accelerating and the faces of the brainiacs of IPSR’s home is always lit with profound satisfaction.

IPSR creates yet another episode of victory as a batch of employees from HCL gets certified as RHCEs...
Tokens of Appreciation to these IT aspirants

  • Mr. Gopiraj
  • Mr. Kishore
  • Mr. Manoj
  • Mr. Sandeep
  • Mr. Shammy
  • Mr. Sreenivasan

IPSR. Trivandrum registers their pleasure of training a competent team of professionals from HCL. It was reported that an exclusive evening batch was scheduled solely for the convenience of the beneficiaries. When the efforts of the Manager of Technical Services, IPSR Trivandrum,  Mr.Aneesh P.V and those professional brains of HCL met on the IPSR’s platform there could be nothing less than a cool shower in the glory of unbeaten excellence.

Here are the words over flown from their excitement.

Had a wonderful training from ipsr on RHEL 6.0...We were able to complete the course and got certified within the stipulated time..A great learning experience...!!!!
-Mr.Manoj M

Good Classes..Infrastructure and Management...Course completion on time..I am truly impressed..All the best to ipsr..!!!!
-Mr.Sandeep G

Mr.Aneesh P.V has put on record about pleasant experience he shared with this batch:
Teaching the Team from HCL was challenging-at the same time-enriching..Unlike the normal student categories, they had many doubts regarding the live environment since they were a group with 8-14 years of work experience..I appreciate their enthusiasm and good spirit in taking up the course after their work hours and the sincere efforts they took in getting certified..Even in the midst of their tight work schedule, they co-operated really well when exam preparation and mock classes were arranged for them..I am proud to be a part of the success story of this bunch of professionals..!!!!

Congratulations to the entire students and team for defining this success..!!!!

Monday, September 26, 2011

The Contest Winner is Here

As all of you know, IPSR was conducting an online contest during the past month and now, we are ready to announce the results.

For those who were not aware of it (hey, you missed a great chance) and for those who arrived later, let us repeat the question again, along with the answer. But before that, let us break the news about the winner.

The smart and lucky winner of Rs. 5000/- cash prize is Randheer A R, who is a 2011 B. Tech (ECE) pass out from NSS College of Engineering, Palakkad. He has been placed at Accenture and is awaiting the call letter. Randheer is a native of Evannur (Cheroor P.O) in Thrissur.

Congratulations Randheer!!!

Now to the answer. The question was:

Hi all !
Wait for a few more days and it's my 20th Birthday. If you are into using computers and internet, I bet, I am as familiar to you as the person next door. My life has changed the world a lot for the last 20 years and I have been to all the continents. I am cool and people love me more, these days. I was in high demand when the world was struck with the economic recession and experts say that I am the future!

You want more clues to check me out?

     I live in the southern part of the Globe
     You will always find me in Black White and yellow attire

If you got who I am, please submit me your answers using the form below.
My best friend, IPSR will honour the winners with a cash prize of Rs.5000/-

Apart from giving the answer, the contestants were also required to like our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter.

To us, the Linux fans at IPSR, the answer was obvious. Linux is celebrating the 20th birthday. But to make the contest more interesting, we gave the clues about Tux the Penguin, the mascot of Linux, which is synonymous with Linux in tech circles.

Now, few of you, along with your answers had given the detail that Tux became the official mascot of Linux on a later date. Thanks, we appreciate your knowledge. While we knew it, we just considered the fact that Linux & Tux denote the same concept.

There were few people who gave the answer 'World Wide Web'. Well, CERN celebrated the 20th birthday of 'www' in March 2009 marking the anniversary of the initial proposal submitted by Tim Berners-Lee. Closely enough, 6th August was the 20th birthday of the very first web page, also created by Mr. Berners-Lee. But as you can see, this can not be the right answer based on the details.

We considered all the correct variations around the below 3 answers

  • Linux
  • Tux
  • The Penguin

We had received 309 correct answers. To be frank, we expected more :|

There were lots of anxious participants and well wishers, who kept asking about the winner. We also did receive few comments in our blog and Facebook pages. Thanks to all of you.

There were also internal enthusiasts at IPSR, one of who went to the extent of making a fun post about the delay in announcing the winner.

The above graphics was created by Mr. Subin V, Sr. Executive - Training & Corporate Service at IPSR, Kottayam, as part of his 'Just 4 Fun' series which he circulates internally at IPSR. Thanks Subin, for mentioning us.

Before winding up, a few mentions shall be in order. The intial idea for this contest was given by Ms. Nandini Dhanesh, Branch Co-ordinator at IPSR Edappally, in the monthly 'Suggestion Box'. The concept was evolved further by Dr. Sunil Job, Director, IPSR Penguin Planet, Kochi and spiced up further by Mr. Krishnaraj S, PRO of IPSR.
Thanks to every one.

We congratulate Randheer again and wish him all success in his future life. We also thank all the participants. Do not worry, we are planning to come up with various other online events. Keep watching.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

To succeed is not a destiny….it’s a habit @ ipsr

A sigh of regret or blame on destiny is never heard from ipsr’s platform. Here success is not a matter of chance it's something predetermined. Success stories of ipsr students are quiet impressive and they state that appreciation on ideal of success behind them should be replaced by the ideal of services that ipsr renders because at ipsr even the most common things are done uncommonly well.

Here is a 4 day wonder in Redhat training.

Mr. Renjith Joy working for Mphasis an HP Company, Mangalore had joined our training division at Kottayam and has attended a four days exam preparation classes for RHCE and got certified with good scores.

In his words
It was really nice experience with IPSR. The mode of training and mock exams really helped a lot. And moreover the competent faculty (Mr.Arun, Mr.Sreenath & Mr.Hari) helped a lot.

Thank you all.

I wish all the best for Team IPSR.

Monday, September 12, 2011

Seek for success in Redhat certifications….there you will find IPSR

If for an IT certification, a probable success could be defined in many ways but a guaranteed success is defined only in one way…. Of course this is none other than the ipsr’s way. There is no exaggerate spell in these statements for the smart work culture, resourceful faculties; high definition training clubbed with care and support makes the ipsr’s path a unique way to assured success.

The experience of Mr. S.K.Samsuddoza and Mr. Shilendra Kumar (North Indian Students) who reached South India in search of RHCE training were quite interesting. They were planning to flee from Kerala just because of the fear of South Indian cuisine. Later on with the association with ipsr they realized that the flavor of Red hat training is at its best at ipsr and that it surpasses even any dietary flavors.

Here are the words of gratitude from Mr. S.K.Samsuddoza and Mr. Shilendra Kumar after their prestigious success in RHCE and RHCSA.

It was a nice experience study at IPSR. Faculties are very supportive and encouraging. Quality of training is excellent with full fledged labs. I am very impressed about the technical knowledge of the faculties. I feel that I came to the right place for "RHCE ".my dream is to become "RHCA" and IPSR is the only way for that.

Special thanks to the faculty members who clear my doubts very well in depth with Hindi support. And "Nandini Mam, who treat me as a younger brother. Thank you once again, to all those whose names I missed in this testimonial.


Of course, I will share with my friends colleagues and my family about the sweet memory of IPSR and Kochi.

S.K. Samsuddoza, Assam - Aug 2011

It was a wonderful experience spending my few days here at IPSR Cochin. The environment of IPSR Cochin is really memorable and thrilling. I am very thankful for this prestigious institution to earn my RHCE certification.

Here the faculty is excellent, supportive experienced and expert in his subject matter and encouraging also. Specially I would like to thank very much to my dearest trainers who support me every time and gave me better skills in depth in Linux and also clear my all doubts very well.

Also thanks a lot to Nandini Madam to encourage me and his guidance like as a family member. The staffs are very friendly and co-operative in a way that I forget that I was away from my home town.

Mock exams are really best technique of IPSR for the preparation of RHCE exam. My dream is to become RHCA for this IPSR is the best institution ever.

"I am proud to be a part of IPSR family thanks a lot"

Shilenra Kumar, Blagalpur, Bihar

ipsr wishes them a good career ahead

Thursday, September 8, 2011

The gaiety of the festival blended with serenity of learning at 33rd RHCSS batch

When the global figures of RHCSS qualified persons has not exceeded a 3 digit number, the 33rd batch of RHCSS will sound as a myth in the IT world….but it has turned to be a reality at ipsr international centre.

This moment has become more memorable when these IT professionals are from various location of India joining their hands for learning and celebration. IPSR extends a cordial welcome to these IT aspirants

  1. Rajabali Shabbir Wishiwala, working as System Engineer in Kuwait. He is a native of Pune. He is very much impressed with the class and happy to be here. 
  2. Venkateswaralu Vaddineni, working as system administrator. He is from Andhra Pradesh but stays in Hyderabad. 
  3. Jyothi Ranjan Nanda from Puri who is doing his second course from IPSR. He had earlier completed RHCVA from IPSR. 
  4. Sarath. K. S, Thodupuzha, Kerala
  5. Sarath Raju Issac, Kottayam, Kerala
  6. Appu Joseph Xavier, Kottayam, Kerala
We wish them great time ahead.
And wish you all a very happy & prosperous Onam.