CAN Infotech organized by Computer Association of Nepal (CAN) Federation has started from Wednesday. Can Infotech started on Wednesday and will continue till Monday.
Minister for Communications and Information Technology Gyanendra Bahadur Karki inaugurated CAN Infotech at a function held at the National Assembly on Wednesday morning.
Speaking on the occasion, Minister Karki, who was also the chief guest, said that the government was ready to cooperate with the private sector for the development of information technology. He also said that the quality of service should be improved.
Vice Chairman of the National Planning Commission Dr. Vishwa Poudel, Vice Chancellor of Nepal Academy of Science and Technology Sunil Babu Shrestha, President of Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry Shekhar Golchha, President of Nepal Chamber of Commerce Rajendra Malla, President of Nepal Telecommunication Authority Purushottam Khanal, Joint Secretary of Ministry of Communications and Information Technology Anil Dutt, Department of Information Technology Director General Prem Sharan Shrestha, Managing Director of IME Group Hemraj Dhakal and others were present.
Speaking on the occasion, Nast Vice Chancellor Shrestha informed that Nast is working on building the ecosystem of innovation.
Shrestha said that Nast is working on startup desk and patent registration in collaboration with the Ministry of Industry. He said that e-waste should be managed. “Electronic waste should be recycled,” said Shrestha. We have to work together for that. ‘
Speaking on the occasion, Deputy Chairman of the National Planning Commission Poudel said that work should be done to reduce the cost by using information technology.
Chairman of Nepal Chamber of Commerce Rajendra Malle also spoke on the occasion. Malla said that work should be done by creating an IT hub. He said that this would motivate the manpower to stay in the country and also bring in foreign currency.
Speaking on the occasion, Chairman of the Telecommunication Authority of Nepal Khanal said that electronic waste would affect human health and the environment, adding that the authority had made little effort in its management.
Similarly, President of the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry Shekhar Golchha said that technology has provided relief to the corona epidemic. “The more we assimilate technology, the easier our lives will be,” he said.
He said that as the use of technology has increased, it has created inequality and work needs to be done to reduce it. He said that technology has not only made life easier but also reduced industrial costs. He also mentioned the need for a startup policy.
Can Infotok has 170 stalls, from which you can get information about goods and services of various organizations as well as purchase goods. Various companies have even come up with offers aimed at those who visit Infotech.
This time, the organizers have given priority to startup and innovation in Infotech. According to the organizers, stalls have been set up giving importance to branding.
Software, Networking & Cloud Solutions, Mobile Phones & Solutions, Electrical & Electronics, Security Solutions, Solar Power Systems, Inverters, UPS, Laptop & Desktop Computers, Printers, Power Systems, Computer Accessories, Antivirus Services, Antivirus Information on disk, IoT, blockchain and artificial intelligence, IT colleges, banks, insurance and accounting software, software used in government sector and solutions, self-learning software and tutorials are on display.
Can Infotech can be viewed from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. This time Infotech can also be viewed from caninfotech2022.com.
The entry fee for Infotech has been fixed at Rs. Tickets can be purchased from IME Pay. Arrangements have been made to buy tickets online at the venue.
The 27th CAN Infotech is sponsored by IME Pay and co-sponsored by SCT Smart QR Union Pay.
Infotok’s Platinum is sponsored by Worldlink Communications, Diamond is sponsored by Dish Home Fibernet, Gold is sponsored by Generation Next and Nepal Clearing House Limited, Silver is sponsored by Namaste Pay, Digicom, S-Power, Broadway Infosys, Huawei Technologies Nepal, Far Nepal and Tech.
Similarly, Innovation Partner Software College, Sunway College as Academic Partner, Xlab in Logistics Partner, Socheko.com as Ecommerce Partner and Ultra LED as Digital Display Partner. Similarly, collaboration has been made with Reban to arrange quality food and snacks in the exhibition.
Similarly, Global IME Bank is the official bank of the exhibition and IME General Insurance is the official insurance.
Infotech is affiliated to the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Government of Nepal, Department of Information Technology, Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Nepal Telecommunication Authority, Nepal Bank Limited, Nepal Academy of Science and Technology, Nepal Chamber of Commerce, Confederation of Nepalese Industries, Suvisu Cablenet, Vyanet, Robotics Association of There is direct / indirect support of Nepal and other international organizations like Witsa and Associates.
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