Friday, October 9, 2015

Coolpad & Amazon India unveil India’s first affordable fingerprint scanner smartphone

–         Coolpad to invest $300 millions in India
–         Partners with Videocon to manufacture smartphones in India
–         To roll out first made in India Coolpad phone in Q1 of 2016

New Delhi, October 9, 2015: Coolpad, a global leader in smartphone manufacturing and integrated wireless data solutions launched its first fingerprint smartphone Coolpad Note 3 on today at Rs.8999. This is the first smartphone in India to be launched at such a price point. India being one of the key markets for Coolpad, the company announced investment of over $300 millions in Manufacturing, R&D and ID design. 

The company also announced its partnership with Videocon to manufacture smartphones in India and is expected to roll out half a million devices from its facility in Maharashtra. Coolpad will bring in its 20 years of expertise and experience to this venture. The first made in India Coolpad phone will be available in Q1 of next year 2016.

The fingerprint sensor which is the key highlight of the device is placed at the back and made by FPC 1025 which supports 360 degrees finger rotation capability, fast response time and industry leading 3D image quality. Coolpad Note 3 will be available in India from October 20, 2015 onwards exclusively on India’s largest online marketplace

Coolpad Note 3 is equipped with 5.5 inch HD screen, bundled exclusively for the Indian market. The device is upgraded with 3GB of RAM along with 16GB of in built storage which supports 4G LTE, 3G and GSM network frequencies along with a dual-SIM slot.  It features a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera with LED flash and auto focus alongside a 5-megapixel front-facing camera. Both the front and rear-facing cameras feature CMOS image sensor for better image quality and powered by a 3,000mAh battery.

Dr. Johnson Luo, Coolpad, V.P. Coolpad Group, said, “India is a very crucial market for Coolpad and we believe that we will learn a lot from our investments in the country which will affect the company and its business globally. The Indian consumer knows his smartphones well and to develop a successful product that is both robust and technically sound is imperative, however it all boils down to the price of the product and we have decided to modify that too, as it is Coolpad’s philosophy to bring affordable technology to all. The Coolpad Note 3 stands testimony to our commitment and effort.”

Noor Patel, Director Categories, Amazon Seller Services Pvt. Ltd, “We are happy to be the partner of choice for “Coolpad” and offer our customers the opportunity to be the first to purchase the “Coolpad Note 3”. We are witnessing a significant demand in mid-range smartphone category on and we see this as a great opportunity to offer customers across India the ease, convenience & joy of shopping for a great product. ”

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Abhijit Kotnis, COO for Manufacturing Operations, Global Sourcing, Videocon Industries Ltd., said, “We are a leading Indian multinational company having Multi brand Multi channel presence in Indian market and Overseas. Being the leading Original Design Manufacturer for Consumer Electronics and Home Appliances in India , Videocon has always tried to offer best to its customers,  Videocon is the ODM Supplier to Various National & International Brands in India and Overseas.”

“We are excited to be the partner of choice for Coolpad Group, which is China’s leading smartphones manufacturer. Being a leading smartphone manufacturer in China, we are happy that Coolpad considered India to be a manufacturing hub for them.  Coolpad is known for its technical expertise to manufacture innovative and cutting edge smartphones, which is in line with Videocon’s vision and making this partnership mutually benefitting. We are happy to announce that we will manufacturing Coolpad smartphones from our State-of-the- Art facilities in based at Maharashtra and we expect to roll out about half a million devices in Q1 of 2016. The “Made in India” Coolpad phones will bring a great value proposition to consumers through an exciting, trendy and futuristic range of products. This exclusive partnership also serves as a testimony of Videocon’s and Coolpad’s commitment to offer the best quality product. The above partnership is in – line with the Indian Government Vision of “Make in India” and such projects and partnerships will bring big business and employment opportunities in the country
About Coolpad

Coolpad Group Limited was founded in 1993, and was listed on the Main Board of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong in December 2004. The Group is a leading developer and provider of integrated solutions for smartphones, mobile data platform systems and value-added business operations in China. The Group provides its products and services to enterprises, government organizations and mobile operators as well as individual consumers in China.
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What you need to know about us:
• 34 million smartphones produced each year
• $3 billion in revenue each year
• Launched over 60+ new handsets in 2014
• Launched the world’s first CDMA/GSM dual-mode, dual-standby smartphone
• Consumer oriented R&D is our top priority
Alliance Française de Delhi

Malraux and India

Lecture by Dr. Peter Tame


Monday, 12th October 2015, 7pm
M. L. Bhartia Auditorium, Alliance Française de Delhi
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Dr. Peter Tame, Vice-President of the Amitiés Internationales d’André Malraux and a researcher with Queen’s University in Belfast, Northern Ireland, proposes a lecture on ‘André Malraux and India’

Malraux, interested in the Orient from an early age, travelled here in the 1920s. His first visit to India was between 1929 and 1931, after which he returned several times. . In 1926 he published La Tentation de l’occident (The Temptation of the West), a lyrical correspondence between two fictional men: Ling, a Chinese traveller in Europe, and A.D. a Frenchman travelling through the Far-East. But it is in a later work, Antimémoires, that Malraux meditated on the destiny of India in particular, a country that had already fascinated him with its art, philosophy and religions. Malraux’s relations with India were complex and multiple. All through his life he was attracted by Indian culture and thought. This lecture offers an exploration and analysis of these relations through Malraux’s writing.

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Arvind Kejriwal removes Food Minister Asim Ahmad Khan from cabinet
Oct 9
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has removed Food Minister Asim Ahmad Khan from his cabinet following the complaint of corruption against him.
Announcing this at a press conference in New Delhi, Mr. Kejriwal said the case has been referred to CBI.
He said AAP government will not tolerate corruption no matter who is involved.
BJP and Congress have cornered Aam Aadmi Party on corruption issue, even as Delhi Minister Asim Ahmad Khan was sacked by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra said Mr. Kejriwal was left with no option but to sack the Minister as serious charges were levelled against him.
Taking a dig at AAP, he said the party came into existence to provide an alternative politics, but its leaders are facing all sorts of charges.
Delhi Congress Chief Ajay Maken said one third of AAP’s Ministers are facing corruption charges in less than eight months party rule. He questioned what will happen to all those files the sacked Minister had signed during his tenure.

News at Glance

Asia Europe Meeting (ASEM) of the Directors General/Commissioners of Customs Concludes
Combined Defence Services Examination (II), 2015
The Union Public Service Commission will be conducting the Combined Defence Services Examination (II), 2015 at different venues located at 41Centres throughout the country on 01.11.2015 (Sunday). The e-Admit Cards for the candidates have been uploaded on the Commission’s Web-site which may be downloaded. Letters of rejection to the candidates stating reason(s) for rejection have already been sent through e-mail provided by the candidates. If any applicant is not able to download his e-Admit Card, he may contact UPSC Facilitation Counter on Telephone Nos. 011-23385271, 011-23381125 and        011-23098543 between (10.00 AM to 5.00 PM) on working day during working hours.  The candidate may also send Fax message on Fax No. 011-23387310. The candidates may note that no paper admit card will be issued.
In case the photograph is not printed or available on the e-Admit Card, candidates are advised to carry three (03) photographs (one identical photograph for each session) along with proof of identity such as identity Card etc. and printout of e-Admit Card at the venue of the Examination to secure admission in the Examination.
A Depression Over East Central Arabian Sea
A depression formed over east central Arabian Sea remained practically stationary and lay centred about 410 km west-southwest of Goa and 630 km south-southwest of Mumbai at 0830 hours IST of today. It is initially expected to move north-northwestwards slowly and intensify into a deep depression during next 48 hrs.Under its influence, rainfall at many places with isolated heavy falls would occur over coastal Karnataka and Kerala during next 24 hours and over Konkan and Goa during subsequent 24 hrs.
Strong wind speeds reaching 30-40 kmph gusting to 50 kmph would prevail along and off Konkan, Goa and Karnataka coasts during next 48 hrs and along and off Kerala coast and Lakshadweep area during next 24 hrs. Sea condition would be rough.
Fishermen are advised not to venture into deep sea along and off Karnataka, Konkan and Goa coasts during next 48 hrs and Kerala coast and Lakshadweep area during next 24 hrs.
The 11th Asia Europe Meeting (ASEM) of the Directors General/Commissioners of Customs concluded in Goa today. Representatives from 41 Asian and European countries and 2 Intergovernmental bodies, namely European Union and ASEAN took part in it.During the course of the meeting, the Heads of the Customs Administrations deliberated upon various issues and agreed upon an action plan called ‘Goa Declaration’ for 2016-17. The action plan involves Exchange of Best Practices and Capacity Building in the Areas of Trade Facilitation, Supply Chain Security, Scheme of Authorized Economic Operators, Coordinated Border Management, Intellectual Property Rights, Trans-boundary waste shipment, Joint Customs Operation against Counterfeit Goods, Paperless Customs, and Passenger Name Record. In order to promote Digital India campaign, India sponsored ‘Paperless Customs’ which received wide support from the ASEM Members.
During the Meeting, India and Korea signed a Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA) to facilitate the Scheme of Authorized Economic Operators (AEO) for boosting international trade and faster customs clearances between two countries. The 12th ASEM Meeting will be hosted by Germany in 2017 in Berlin.
BARC transfers key technology for strategic and non-strategic applications to accelerate Make in India mission
Rare Earth (RE) magnets, such as samarium-cobalt, find use in Atomic Energy, Space and Defence industries for a variety of strategic and non-strategic applications. These exhibit superior quality in terms of performance ability, device miniaturization capability and stability at high operating temperatures. These are becoming increasingly indispensable components in high power motors, micro motors, alternators, couplers, bearings, and actuators etc. that cater to various non-strategic industries. The requirement of Rare Earth Permanent Magnets (REPM) in the country is currently met by imports. Considering the dual uses of these and the fact that India is a non-signatory to Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT), the availability of the magnets has been scarce to the country. In view of the above, there is a dire need for making indigenous effort to produce REPM.Indian Rare Earths Limited (IREL) has set up facilities for producing separated high pure RE oxides from mixed RE chlorides produced from its 10000 tons per annum monazite processing plant. The major RE’s used in production of REPM are Neodymium (Nd) and Samarium (Sm). IREL has facilities to produce Nd, Praseodymium (Pr) and Sm oxide.
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) has developed a novel metallurgical process for making RE alloy powder using indigenous RE oxides prepared by IREL. The technology for converting the RE alloys to magnets is available with Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory, Hyderabad. The magnets are then machined at BARC, magnetized and characterized for the required application.
RE alloys are industrially produced by melting pure RE metal and the alloying additions at high temperatures. However, high melting temperature, very high cost of pure RE metals and loss of RE at high temperature due to evaporation make the alloy product very expensive. Moreover, solid ingot requires further pulverization to yield powder, from which the magnets are made. All these processes are energy intensive. On the other hand, the process developed by BARC yields the alloy powders directly from inexpensive oxides at much lower temperature, thereby resulting in lower cost magnets made out of samarium available in Indian ore.
RE alloy powders thus prepared using BARC technology were converted to magnets by DMRL. Magnets of different shapes have been prepared and these have been found at par with imported magnets in terms of magnetic properties.
Based on the above mentioned indigenous efforts, IREL is considering to set up a plant for production of RE permanent magnets for use in the strategic sectors. BARC is now transferring the technology to IREL.
Independence Day of FIJI
The President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee has extended his greetings and felicitations to the Government and the people of the Republic of Fiji on the eve of their Independence Day (October 10, 2015).
In his message to His Excellency Ratu Epeli Nailatikau, the President of the Republic of Fiji, the President has said, “On behalf of the Government, the people of India and on my own behalf, I would like to extend warm greetings and felicitations to you and to the people of Fiji on the occasion of your Independence Day.
Fiji is an important partner of India in the Pacific region and has made impressive progress since achieving independence. India and Fiji enjoy a very close, long-standing, warm and friendly relationship based on shared history and deep cultural linkages. Our ties have witnessed positive momentum in the recent period and I look forward to see our relationship attaining new heights. I wish the people of Fiji great success in their socio-economic development process, thereby achieving greater all-round progress.
Please accept, Excellency, my best wishes for your personal health and well-being and for the progress and prosperity of the friendly people of Fiji”.
#14: Chhattisgarh girls and Tamil Nadu boys progress to finals
Both teams seemed evenly matched and the first half was a close affair. Haryana’s point guard Sonu Kumar remained consistent in orchestrating his team’s offense. His ability to penetrate bothered the Tamil Nadu defense as he got to the basket multiple times. Tamil Nadu point guard S. Kalidas got his midrange game going in the first half with his ability to stop and pop from the elbow region. The first half ended with the scores at 43-43.
In the second half, Tamil Nadu was a bit sluggish as Haryana took a slim lead. But towards the end of the third quarter and in the fourth, Tamil Nadu took over the game. R. Hari Ram and P. Baladhaneshwar carried the scoring load for Tamil Nadu in the fourth quarter as they outscored Haryana 36 to 18. The real difference was in the rebounding. Tamil Nadu outrebounded Haryana 58 to 36. R. Hari Ram pulled down 11 boards, while backup Tamil Nadu centre Dhimant Sahi had a double-double of his own with 12 points and 14 rebounds. Deepak put in 22 points for Haryana in a losing effort. Tamil Nadu won the game 99-85 and advanced to the final scheduled tomorrow.
The second semifinal of the day was a girls match between defending champions Chhattisgarh and home team Punjab. Chhattisgarh have been unbeaten in the tournament so far and Punjab had an uphill task ahead of them. The game turned out to be a one-sided affair as the undersized Punjab team could not contain the Chhattisgarh offense. Chhattisgarh 6 foot plus centre Jonali Dutta towered over the Punjab defense and managed to put up a huge double-double with 23 points and 15 rebounds. Vandana had 23 points of her own for Chhattisgarh who pulled away early in the game and enjoyed a big lead throughout. Punjab’s Gagandeep Kaur kept battling and scored 17 points in the game. But she did not get enough support from her teammates who were overwhelmed by the defending champs. In the end, Chhattisgarh cruised to a 78-49 victory and booked a place in the final for the second straight year.
Results from Day 7 up to 6 pm
Chhattisgarh (Vandana 23, Jonali Dutta 12, Riya 12) bt Punjab (Gagandeep Kaur 17, Sandhya Kumari 8) 78-49 (13-9, 21-15, 18-12, 26-13)
Tamil Nadu (R. Hari Ram 35, P. Baladhaneshwar 20, S. Kalidas 19) bt Haryana (Sonu Kumar 20, Deepak (jersey no. 14) 18, Sonu Kumar 13) 99-85 (22-22, 21-21, 20-24, 36-18)
9th and 10th place classification:
Madhya Pradesh (Sakshi 28, Shivangi 17) bt Rajasthan (Kamlesh 28, Anushree 8) 76-61 (18-19, 17-13, 21-16, 20-13)
Classification for 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th places:
Tamil Nadu (S. Gayathri 12) bt Maharashtra (Swapnali 12) 47-16 (22-0, 6-8, 13-6, 6-2)
5th and 6th place:
Maharashtra (Shreya 25, Suyosha 18) bt Haryana (Surya 19, Bharti 14, Namrata 13) 69-56 (12-9, 18-21, 16-15, 23-11)
7th and 8th place:
Tamil Nadu (V. Srividhya 19, S. Gayathri 13, Srishti Suren 8) bt Uttar Pradesh (Vaishnavi Yadav 20, Anjana Singh 6) 57-39 (18-16, 17-12, 7-2, 15-9)
Classification for 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th places:
Kerala (Antony 23, Sugeeth 12, Akhil 11) bt Chandigarh (Abhishek (captain) 18, Ahishek 10, Jatin 9) 80-51 (19-12, 27-15, 17-18, 17-6)
Maharashtra (Nahata 12, Sayyad 12) bt Rajasthan (Mohd. 14, Devesh 10) 52-48 (9-15, 12-15, 12-10, 19-8)
9th and 10th place classification:
Madhya Pradesh (Mithun Das 14, Ashish 14, Gautam 14) bt Uttar Pradesh (Shivam 25, Ashwani 11, Deepak 10) 99-97(24-22, 15-25, 20-22, 31-21, Extra time 9-7)

About the 66th Junior National Basketball Championship

The 66th Junior National Basketball Championship is being organised in Ludhiana, Punjab. The tournament for the ‘18 and under’ category is scheduled from October 2 to October 9 2015 in the basketball hotbed of Punjab, which has produced numerous star international players. The Punjab Basketball Association is the organising body for the tournament under the aegis of the Basketball Federation of India. The venue for the championship is the courts at the Guru Nanak Stadium. There is one indoor court and two outdoor courts at the venue.
Last year’s Junior National Championship was held in Kochi, Kerala. Home team Punjab boys were the winners of the 65thversion of the tournament; while Delhi came runners up and Tamil Nadu were the third placed team in the boys’ category. For the girls, Chhattisgarh are the defending champions, who defeated the Kerala girls in the final last year. Uttar Pradesh girls achieved third place.
This year’s tournament will witness the participation of 24 states, each with a boys’ and girls’ team. The last time a national level basketball championship was held in Ludhiana was the Senior National Basketball Championship in 2012-13.

About Basketball Federation of India

The Basketball Federation of India or BFI is the governing and controlling body of basketball in India, and is responsible for the development and promotion of the sport at all levels. BFI has been involved in conducting camps, clinics, events, and training sessions at its academies for the development of basketball. BFI came into being in 1935 and took complete control over Indian basketball in 1950. Prior to that time, the Indian Olympic Association handled the conduct of Indian basketball championships. Since 1950, the BFI has been conducting various such championships, from the grassroots to senior team participation in international tournaments. In addition, the BFI has been responsible for the establishment of strong sub-junior and junior level programs. The BFI has to its credit produced several international players of repute, among them 17 have been bestowed with the honour of Arjuna Awards. Earlier in June 2015, 19-year-old Satnam Singh Bhamara made history by becoming the first Indian national to be drafted by an NBA team, when he was selected by the Dallas Mavericks. More information at
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A Home Run for a Better World!

Grand Slam Baseball to mark 70th Anniversary of the United Nations in New Delhi

This year, United Nations Day (24 October) will be observed in New Delhi in a rather unusual way; with an exhibition international youth baseball match; and, in the true spirit of the UN, with student players representing several nations of the world being hosted in the baseball field at the Embassy of the United States in Chanakyapuri.

Showcasing unity and diversity, this exhibition match will be viewed by members of the UN family, diplomats, NGOs and school and college staffers.

The New Delhi Little League, a decades-old tradition held annually in the US Embassy, perfectly captures the spirit of diversity and collaboration and the United Nations Day celebrations will highlights the UN theme of Sports for Peace and Development.

In addition to players representing the American Embassy School, British School, Pathways, Modern School, Delhi Public School and others, the event will feature appearances by top United Nations and US Embassy representatives. Principals and board members from other local and international schools will also be on hand to witness how youth baseball offers unparalleled opportunities to learn and nurture valuable life-skills and celebrate diversity.

Grand Slam Baseball develops youth and adult baseball across India while creating life-changing opportunities for players and coaches both in India and abroad.  Whether it’s enabling government school students to play alongside athletes from the country’s best institutions, or of using the game of baseball as a means to enable India’s brightest candidates to attend universities in the United States (and elsewhere), Grand Slam baseball is bringing a sporting revolution to India. 

Learn more about how baseball is changing lives at or

National Information Officer
United Nations Information Centre
for India and Bhutan
55, Lodi Estate, New Delhi 110003
Tel: 91 11 2462 3439

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Invite your Nomination and kind presence to
9th NTA ICT World Communication Summit & Awards, 2015
26th October 2015, Juniper Hall, Indian Habitat Center, New Delhi
6.00 PM onwards
Dear Sir,

Dr Malcolm Johnson,  Deputy Secretary General, International Telecommunication Union,-ITU Geneva ( A UN elected body responsible for ICT, Telecom, broadband, mobile in all UN Countries) will present the 9th NTA ICT World Communication Awards, 2015 at Juniper Hall, Indian Habitat Center, New Delhi, 26th October 6.00 PM onwards along with other VIPs.

International Telecommunication Union,-ITU Geneva is highest UN elected body in the world to promote Telecom & IT.

The event is co-located with International Conference on "ICT for Empowerment for Digital India”.

We request you to plan a visit to New Delhi on 26th October and please block date for the same.

CMAI NTA ICT World Communication Awards for the last nine years are most sought after prestigious industry awards to identify, acknowledge, and recognize outstanding contributions to the field of Communications, ICT and are known to provide greater encouragement and impetus to the players for their contribution in building a robust National Telecom and IT Network and providing an effective means of Communications.

You are also requested to file nomination for yourself or others by logging on to

Please note – (Last date of filling nomination is 20th October 2015) or you can also send email ,

Representatives from NIXI, MNRE, MSME, DOT, DeITy, TEPC, NIELIT etc. are expected to join.

Past and Present Supporters for 9th NTA ICT World Communications Awards -

  • Government of India, Department of MSME
  • Government of India, Department of MNRE
  • Commonwealth Telecommunication Organization (CTO-UK),
  • Government of India- Telecom Export Promotion Council (TEPC),
  • Government of India- National Internet Exchange of India (NIXI),
  • Government of India-Department of Electronics and IT- National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology (NIELIT )
  • ITU-APT Foundation, Geneva/India
  • Electronic System Design and Manufacturing (ESDM) – Department of Electronics and IT
  • Ministry of ICT, Mauritius
  • National Computer Board, Mauritius
  • And several other international Industry associations.

These Summit will include wider participation from :

  • Service Providers
  • Technology Providers
  • Enterprise Solution Providers
  • Handset & Equipment Manufacturers
  • Accessory Manufacturers
  • E Commerce Companies around the globe
  • Content Providers & Mobile Applications
  • Enterprise IT Telecommunications § Network Infrastructure Manufacturers
  • Companies dealing directly with Education Institutes
  • Online Content Providers for Education Institutes
  • Vice Chancellors across India
  • Etc

This conference is to identify research projects and understand research in the field of Digital India by way of new initiatives also to identify new technologies and empowerment by Digital India.

This type of extensive Conference is being held for the first time in India where more than 20 speakers are coming from Abroad. National Telecom Awards/ICT World Communication Awards are being organized for last nine years. These are the only ICT recognition platform show in world which are supported by Government & various associations around the globe & presented by Dr. Hamadoun Toure, Secy Gen, ITU during 2012 & 2013. In 2014 NTA ICT was presented by Hon’ble Dr. Malcolm Johnson, DSG, ITU – Geneva.

The event will attract all the senior decision makers in the industry around the globe.

This is also a unique opportunity to highlight Company’s achievements to the assembled dignitaries & wider Telecom community! And also avail the wonderful opportunity to interact and network with dignitaries & wider Telecom.

Dr. Toure, Secy Gen, International Telecom Union quoted in this behalf:

"It is also a great pleasure to see so many delegates here in the audience today. Indeed, I believe that this is the first time that National Telecom Summit & Awards have been organized on such a grand scale in any Country in the world. I am delighted to be a part of the 2013 and 2012 NTA ICT World Communication Awards ( earlier called  National Telecom Awards), which I am sure, will have a long-lasting impact on ICT development and international telecom policies, both here in India and around the world”

The past Awards have been presented by several Indian Government Ministers -                 

  • Hon’ble Shri Arun Shourie
  • Hon’ble Shri Kapil Sibbal
  • Hon’ble Mr. Farooq Abdullah
  • Hon’ble Mr. Sachin Pilot
  • Hon’ble Mr. Jyotiraditya Scindia
  • Hon’ble Mr. Mukul Sangma     
  • Hon’ble Mr. Tapan Sikdar
  • Hon’ble Mr. Karia Munda
  • Hon’ble Mr. Gurudas Kamat
  • Hon’ble Mr. Shakeel Ahmed

Other VIP’s at NTA ICT World Communication Summit & Awards

  • Hon’ble Dr. Hamadoun Toure, Secretary General, International Telecommunication Union, Geneva
  • Hon’ble Shri SS Mantha, Ex - Chairman AICTE
  • Hon’ble Shri SK Kak, Ex- Vice Chancellor, MTU
  • Hon’ble Shri DS Chauhan, Ex- President Association of Indian Universities
  • Secretary DOT, Secretary MNRE, Chairman TRAI etc
  • About 37 Ambassadors participated in 7th NTA ICT World Communication Awards in 2012 & 2013.  

CMAI Association of India is apex premier and foremost non-profit trade promotion organization with 48,500 members and 54 MOU partners across the globe. CMAI is prominent promoting growth in communications, manufacturing trade sector through Legislative and Regulatory Advocacy, Research, Exhibitions, Trade shows, Conferences and Seminars, Technology events, Buyers-Sellers Meets B2B meetings promotion and fostering business and strategic relationships. More details are available at 

For any further information you may contact directly - Navtesh, GM-International Trade  at  or Sauravi Dutta, AGM at or phone numbers +91 97 118 69771 and +91 83 769 75258 respectively for any further queries.

Speaker/Presentation opportunities exist at ICT World Communication Summit.

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