Trivandrum: The Kerala State IT Mission (KSITM) in association with Computer Society of India (CSI) is organising a two day Knowledge Sharing Summit on December 10-11, 2015 in Thiruvananthapuram.
Delegates as Government officials, HoDs, etc from across the country will take part in this two day national summit along with officials from Government of Kerala and CSI.
According to a press note from KSITM, this two day session is intended to create a common platform to bring together the experts and officials from various Departments from State and Central Government and share with them through seminar proceedings and one-on-one meetings both concerns and plans with respect to Kerala specific e-Governance initiatives and also establish common agenda for knowledge and expert sharing.
It is also an opportunity to engage with the academia of other States on the need for advanced research in the area of e-Governance. Knowledge Sharing Summit is also a forum to bring together the political leadership and bureaucrats /senior functionaries from the industry, academia etc from Kerala to identify and highlight key impediments in taking e-Governance further in the State.
As part of the two day seminar the following initiatives are intended to be covered during the sessions – Financial inclusion using ICT, Cyber Security and e-Governance, Digital India and Initiatives of Digital Kerala, Leveraging Aadhaar, IT Innovations in Education and Health Services, Smart City, etc.
Government of Kerala has taken the initiative to join hands with CSI in hosting the 7th edition of Knowledge Sharing Summit 2015 in Kerala.
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