For e-governance to happen inclusion of ICT is inevitable and this is why both the sectors need to bring in their views and experience at one table to serve the best product to the nation. To realize the Digital India dream Governance today brings together public and private sector under one roof by organizing events and conferences for sectors like agriculture, education, health, BFSI and others
What happens when a projected $300 billion freight transport market meets the most cutting-edge technology of modern times i.e. Internet of Things (IoT)? Analyses of time, distance, and changes in direction and speed, vehicle tracking, optimized route-panning and distribution schedules, monitoring cargo temperatures and driving behaviour analyses-and that´s just a beginning. An improved fuel economy, low carbon emissions, reduced downtime, environment compliance and safety & security? these are just some of the benefits of adopting IoT in fleet management.
Digital Transportation 2017 is a one-of-its-kind conference cum exhibition in India that will extend a much-needed B2B2C platform for an open dialogue between government authorities and industry players alike. Whether you are a government civil supply body, a small fleet operator, an FMCG giant or a transportation technology start-up; this is a “place-to-be” for your company.
A green job is one that helps bring about and maintain a transition to environmentally sustainable forms of production and consumption. Whether it is an architect helping design energy efficient buildings, a rural woman practicing sustainable farming, or a plumber installing water-recycling systems, they are part of the change required for a green economy. Every job has the potential to be a green job if it redefines business as usual in favour of more sustainable practices. Rapidly evolving job opportunities demand skill sets in environmental sustainability, and traditional jobs need to be re-imagined to support the emerging Green economy.
“Urban Cooperative Banks of Madhya Pradesh are in the process of upgrading its banking systems and in the process they have started implementing the updated technologies which are implemented by otherUrban Cooperative Banks of other states . There are 51 Urban Cooperative Banks, 38 District Central Cooperative Banks and 2 Apex Banks.
This summit has been designed to discuss opportunities of cooperative banks in Madhya Pradesh . This conference will combine high profile key speakers, interactive panel discussion and moderated debates. Productive networking time will complement the summit agenda. The summit is the need of time andimportant for us to discuss and deliberate in upgrading the Cooperative Banks.
“Domestic Workers Sector Skill Council is non profit organisation. The purpose of this SSC is to define key sectors wherein Domestic Workers can find employment and to identify critical roles and associated skill gaps.
Millions of domestic help can be found in the Indian families from lower middle class households in the villages to the most affluent ones in the metropolitan cities. Most of the domestic worker’s functions as lifelines to the households render multiple types of services, as full time and part time, live-in and live-out, and they are described as domestic servants.
“Karnataka Co-operative Banks have traditionally been an integral and crucial part of the Indian economic system. These banks help in channelizing the idle savings of the society to fruitful economic ventures. Apart from channelizing the idle saving, these Cooperative Banks help in development of small and medium scale enterprise in urban areas by providing substantial credit facilities to this segment.
“After the success of the 1st edition of ‘India’s Payment Corridors – Towards Cashless Future 2015′. Governance Today is organizing the 2nd edition of ‘India’s Payment Corridors – Unleashing Banking into New Horizon’ with the aim to promote transparent and reliable transactions. The Summit will bring together the experts from Top banking and financial organizations and institutions under one roof.
“Urban Co-operative Banking Summit 2016, Gujarat conference has been designed to discuss such challenges of cooperative banks. This summit will provide an interactive experience producing valuable, actionable outcomes. Participants will become part of an actively engaged community sounding board that generates productive ideas, activities and alliances during and between conferences.
Urban Co-operative Banking Summit 2016, Gujarat “Unleashing Urban Co-operative Banking” into new horizon conference will combine high profile key speakers, interactive panel discussion and moderated debates. Productive networking time will complement the event agenda.
Build Bihar: Building Smart City for smarter living will be Co- Hosted by Bihar Urban Industrial Development Corporation (BUIDCo). The Summit will also be supported by Bihar State Housing Board (BSHB) and Bihar State Electronic Development Corporation Ltd (BELTRON)
The platform is bringing together government officials, investors, industry leaders and experts to discuss and exchange ideas, information, solutions, etc., on the opportunities and future requirements for developing smart cities in India.
“The summit aims to facilitate the innovative developments for smart city planning in West Bengal where sector concerned with Urban Planning, Disaster Management, Transportation, IT & Communications, Security, Safety and Energy, Private Companies, PSUs and the Government would share same platform to discuss the road map ahead.
With the aim to promote the cashless dream, Governance Today will organize ‘India’s Payment Corridors – Towards Cashless Future’ which would bring together experts from top banking and financial organization and institutions. The summit would not only act as a platform for discussing various financial and technical innovations that are taking the financial world by storm, but also provide a stage where policy related matters, necessitated by the emergent realities, can be deliberated upon.
Raipur, Chhattisgarh – June 26, 2015: Governance Today has successfully organized ‘Gen-Next Summit 2015, Chhattisgarh – Empowering IT/ITeS’ along with Chhattisgarh Infotech & Biotech Promotion Society (CHiPS) and the state government here today at Taj Gateway, Raipur. The objective of the summit was to bring IT corporates from across the country to invest in Naya Raipur, India’s first Smart City.
The summit was inaugurated by Dr. Raman Singh, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Government of Chhattisgarh along with Vivek Dhand, Chief Secretary, Chhattisgarh & Aman Singh, Principal Secretary, Electronics IT and Energy, Chhattisgarh. During the summit Chief Minister stated “with the ample of investment opportunities Government of Chhattisgarh is promoting ‘Make in Chhattisgarh’ initiative.” He also added, there is dearth of knowledge about opportunities provided by Chhattisgarh Government and investors need to know that state has formulated best policies for IT companies.
National Energy Summit on Renewable Energy 2014 will serve as a one-of-its-kind Energy Summit for initializing some national as well as global dialogues on energy efficiency through alternate resources; it is critical that we expand upon these dialogues, commitments and partnerships.
The objective of the Summit is to foster discussion and dialogue on the innovative generation and utilization of non-conventional energy as a strategic tool for better government service delivery in the energy sector.