Bangalore, October 29 2015: Leading Business IT And ICT event, CeBIT India, returned to Bangalore today, with a global conference featuring 30 sessions, with over 80 national and international speakers .
The state of Kerala was the Digital Foundation Partner and the first ‘Digital State’ in the country. The Kerala government plans to make use of the Centre’s ‘Bharat Net’ project, to establish a highly scalable network of infrastructure accessible on a non-discriminatory basis, to provide on-demand, affordable broadband connectivity.
Keynotes speakers at the show included K. Taraka Rama Rao, Minister for Panchayat Raj & IT, Government Of Telangana; T.K. Ramachandra, IT Secretary For State Of Tamil Nadu and Dr. Ajay Kumar, Additional Secretary, DeitY.
Said Mehul Lanvers Shah, Managing Director, Hannover Milano Fairs India: “We are extremely delighted to host the second edition of CeBIT India. We see a shared vision with the Government of India’s ‘Making India Digital’ alongwith ‘Business Transformation’ and ‘Innovation & Startups’ unfold through the CeBIT Global Conferences and 4 special features and initiatives that we will host alongside this event: the +91 Startup Challenge, the Future Of Work, Public Sector Parc and CeBIT Executive Club."
The states of Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, Odissa and Telengana are showcasing these initiatives with their State Pavilion. However unlike last year, the host state Karnataka has decided to delink itself from the show and hold its separate show in December.
CeBIT India is being held between October 29-31 2015, at BIEC, Bangalore.