Koenig Solutions, a leading IT offshore training provider, organized a flash mob dance at Moments Mall in New Delhi on 26th January 2013. The theme was "Respect and Protect Women".

The December 16th gang rape in Delhi paralyzed and rebooted the conscience of the entire nation. It was a brutal reminder that despite 65 years of independence, Indian women are still not safe.

The Flash Mob was organized by the Corporate Social Responsibility team of Koenig - Koenig Koshish. The perfectly synchronized dance performance left the audience spellbound and the environment electric with enthusiasm.

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Mr. Rohit Aggarwal, the CEO of Koenig Solutions, say, "Our objective is to make Delhi and India safe for women. We realize that the problem is huge. It requires better laws, better policing and also a change in social mindset. The society has to learn to respect women. Music is an effective way to convey a social message and therefore we decided to organize a flash mob on this subject."

The dance performance was intended to sensitize society about respect for women and to motivate society members to keep up the fight for better laws and policing. The flash mob was Koenig's method to attract attention peacefully to the need for a positive change in society.

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About Koenig: Koenig is a reputed company based in India and Dubai providing IT training and certification. Koenig also provides Distance Learning and is the largest supplier of IT trainers in the world. Established in 1993, Koenig has 20 years of experience in IT Training. Koenig is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner for Learning Solutions, authorized training partner of Cisco, Oracle, Adobe, Red Hat, VMware, Novell, Checkpoint, LPI, CWNP, EC-Council and EMC. Koenig is also an Authorized Testing Centre of Prometric and VUE.
Koenig Solutions has been rated the Best Place to Work for 2010, 2011 & 2012 in the Education and Training Industry. Koenig enjoys the lowest attrition rate in the industry (