The Indian School of Business (ISB) has launched ISB Rocks, an alumni mobile app. The app, designed to connect over 6,200 ISB alumni with each other and the school anytime, was unveiled by Parliament member Sashi Tharoor during Solstice, the ISB annual alumni reunion at its Hyderabad campus on Saturday.
ISB Rocks is currently available on Android for testing. It will be launched on iOS (iPhone operating system) and BlackBerry platforms soon.
Every year, during Solstice, ISB alumni along with their families are invited to reconnect with their classmates and alma mater and re-live their days on campus as a student.
According to ISB, the new mobile app will give regular updates from the school and also send push notifications so that alumni never miss out on any of the school engagements. It will also help them post jobs and get updates on job posting.
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