Computer Society of India (CSI) in association with Government of Telangana, Hysea, DRDO, JNTU and GNIT will host a 2 days Student conference (December 10th & 11th) , 1-day e-Gov Knowledge Sharing Session (Dec 12) and the 3 days GOLDEN JUBILEE convention (Dec 12-14) in Hyderabad Telangana state.
CSI also announced the creation of new CSI@50 global convention website http://www.csi-2014.org/. The website was unveiled and launched by Sri Dr. Rajiv Sharma, IAS Chief Secretary to Government of Telangana, Sri Harpreet Singh IAS, Secretary (IT&C) to GoTS, and Prof. Rameshwara Rao, VC-JNTU were also present on this occasion.
Over 2500 students from across the country and 1000+ delegates from the industry, academia, and research institutions will be participating in this convention that will underline research, development and implementations of Emerging ICT applications.
Heads of various ICT departments from the state and central government are also expected to attend conference.
For More Info visit http://www.csi-2014.org/