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BICSI to Host India District Technology Conclave; Industy 4.0 & Standard-based ICT Skilling will be at the Forefront

Interactive pre-conference training workshop to enable ICT professionals augment their knowledge

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BICSI announced its India District Technology Conclave will be held on September 15, 2017 at The Sheraton Brigade Gateway, Bangalore.

The conclave will feature pre-eminent transformational leaders and visionaries showcasing latest in ICT capabilities while addressing infrastructure’s rapidly-evolving demands, deliver recommendations in planning, designing, deployment & optimization of ICT infrastructure and demonstrate the latest industry standards & practices that are key imperative in today’s digital economy.

“BICSI conclave presents outstanding opportunities to engage with ICT experts and gain tremendous insights & knowledge on technology evolution in a highly-competitive, complex & ever-changing environment,” said Mr. Ninad Desai, District Chair, BICSI India. As the current challenging scenario demands, it is imperative that network installers are equipped with up-to-date know-how to ensure consistency and most importantly learn to unlearn, he added.

The BICSI conclave would attract over 400 delegates primarily represented by end-users, system integrators, installers, consultants, distributors & OEMs from the ICT Industry, credential holders of BICSI, along with various ICT and allied industry associations.

Converging with the conclave, on September 13, 2017, an Interactive Accelerated Learning Workshop on Fiber Optic Installation Fundamentals and Insights to Allied Skill Sets will be held at Bangalore.

The interactive workshop would offer fiber optic professionals essential experience on optical fiber connectorization, installation, test & troubleshooting. The workshop is supported by the Telecom Sector Skill Council (TSSC) and BICSI India.


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