Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Cyber Media Event will hold ‘e-Revolution’ 2006

Chandigarh May 10:- The Department of Information Technology(I.T.) U.T., Chandigarh alongwith I.T. Departments of Punjab and Haryana, NASSCOM, STPI, Chandigarh IT Club and Cyber Media Event will hold ‘e-Revolution’ 2006 on July 21 and 22 at Hotel Taj, Chandigarh. The e-Revolution 2006 will highlight the partnership and collaboration between industry and government in various spheres of I.T. applications for social and economic progress. The Conference will touch upon the issues such as networks, connectivity, wireless solutions and people related issues such as change management, retraining, manpower development and e-Governance. The multi-lateral interaction between the various government agencies and industry majors will be faithful for business and regional growth. The Conference will also attract more projects and investments to the region and create large employment and export opportunities. The Conference will once again see the coming together of two states of Punjab and Haryana alongwith U.T., Chandigarh on the same panel and will brainstorm new ideas and seek more investments for the region. The focus will remain on the Chandigarh Capital Region as a prime location for investments. The theme of the conference holds interest for a wide spectrum of professional and researchers as it concerns the deployment of ICT, which is making its tremendous impact on the processes of public administration. The participating technology and service providers will get first hand assessment of the merits of the host city as an operational base for their businesses. It is worthwhile to mention here that the conference will be the second e-Revolution event after the grant success of the first e-Revolution event in 2005. This mega conference showcases Chandigarh in an elite club of premier IT destinations in the country. Chandigarh is a leading e-governance city and winner of "GOLDEN ICON AWARD" 2005 for its e-Sampark project and CSI-Nihilent best e-governed state/UT award for 2005. Chandigarh has been adjudged as "A Leader in E-Readiness" in Assessment Report 2004 by Govt. of India.
Chandigarh Desk


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