'Harnessing Information Technology for Non-profits’ 6 March 2012, 9am to 2pm

by prashantpandit80 on Feb 29, 2012      Category: Others Tags: conference connectit it nasscom foundation ngos



Join leaders from Government, leading non-profits and IT companies in an interactive discussion at NASSCOM Foundation's ConnectIT conference in Patna on March 6, 2012.

Bihar Industries Association, 
Industry House, Sinha Library Road,
Patna -  800001, (Bihar)

Unique opportunity for decision makers from non-profits, government and corporates for a first-hand preview of the potential of technology.

Exclusive panel discussions to share and explore topics such as:

  • Potential of Technology for Government and NGOs
  • Relating Technology to Development Work
  • Web 2.0 & Development sector
  • IT Capacity Building for NGOs

ConnectIT is the advanced IT skills development program conducted in partnership with Microsoft. NASSCOM Foundation has so far impacted over 1400 non-profits in seven states by training more than 2300 personnel, donated Rs. 20 cr. of software to more than 600 NGOs. The NASSCOM Social Innovation Honours recognizes innovation in ICT for social development initiatives.

At the ConnectIT Day on 6 March, NASSCOM Foundation will announce the commencement of upcoming workshops in Bihar and participants will get a chance to register their non-profit. 

Meet us at the conference to know about NASSCOM Foundation's software donations to NGOs.

Click here for Registration


For more information
call: Vikas Kamble:09223501938; Santosh More:9223300450      


About NASSCOM Foundation:
NASSCOM Foundation is a charity registered under the Indian Trusts Act (1882) and under Section 12A of Income Tax Act of Government of India.The Foundation was set up by NASSCOM to mainstream responsible business, promote and develop social & environmental solutions, build capacities of non-profits, influence policy, and create thought leadership, by leveraging the capabilities and competencies of the IT-BPO industry in India.

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