Mark Your Calender: April 2010
March 2010

Mark Your Calender: April 2010

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The Summit is organised with the aim of stimulating debate and shaping strategies to deal with the rising challenges currently facing IT in the higher education sector. Participation in this Summit will provide senior administrators of leading colleges and universities with the opportunity to discuss and debate the IT challenges facing their institutions.

The Best Technology Practices Award, which forms an integral part of the Summit, will recognise excellence in technology enabled learning and teaching in Higher Education systems, across various streams.


The Summit aims to be a prolific interface between investors aspiring to be part of the emerging education growth story of the country. At a broader level, it will also help all stakeholders to explore newer potential for their growth and an opportunity to build new partnerships or refresh existing collaborations.


“Public Safety and Security” in the backdrop of terror attacks have increasingly become a major area of concern since the later half of 2008. The focus area of this Summit will be: IT in critical infrastructure security; Access control & identity solution; Public safety-use of high speed connectivity; Cyber security ; and Pandemic response, among other issues


The Summit aims to address the growing investment opportunities in the healthcare sector by bringing together PE and VC fund providers, institutional investors, entrepreneurs, policy makers, health professionals, chief executives and directors, healthcare technology vendors, and solution providers and suppliers, for greater understanding of each other's perspectives.

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