A Raja Inaugurates ‘India Telecom 2009’

By December 3rd, 2009 AT 7:46 PM

A Raja Inaugurates 'India Telecom 2009'A Raja the Union Minister for Communications and Information Technology today inaugurated ‘INDIA TELCOM 2009’.

India Telecom 2009 is an international exhibition and conference on telecom sector. The trade show is jointly organized by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI).

Over 300 companies from more than 60 countries with complete amalgamation of international and national participants are participating at the current edition of India Telecom 2009.

The India Telecom series was started in 2006 by DoT in association with various stakeholders with an aim to showcase the strength of Indian telecom sector and also provide an effective platform for networking opportunities. The last three events have provided a gateway to telecom companies setting up their manufacturing base in India and an ideal platform for telecom professionals to exchange notes and seek business opportunities.

Hon’ble Ex. President of India Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam, Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Dr.Manmohan Singh, Minister for Communications and Information Technology A Raja, Ministers of State for Communications and IT Sachin Pilot and Gurudas Kamat are expected to be present.

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