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Minister Sanjay Dhotre announces the fourth edition of India Mobile Congress



Minister of State for Communication, Education and Electronics & Information Technology, Sanjay Dhotre on Monday announced the fourth edition of the India Mobile Congress (IMC).

The event jointly organized by the Department of Telecommunication (DoT), and Cellular Operator’s Association of India (COAI) is secluded to happen virtually from 8-10th December 2020.

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IMC event is expected to witness 50+ participating countries, 110+ Global Speakers, Startups, with 30 plus an hour of content with over 15,000 visitors for the three days program.

In a statement issued, IMC said, “This year the theme is going to be on Inclusive “Inclusive Innovation – Smart, Secure, Sustainable”.  IMC 2020 would aim to align to Hon’ble Prime Ministers  vision to promote Atmanirbhar Bharat (Make In India – local manufacturing and to push for Make for World), foster international regional cooperation, to inspire Satat Bharat – Sanatan Bharat (Digital inclusive in connecting nearly 6 lakh villages with optical fiber and sustainable development), to promote Samagra Bharat – Saksham Bharat ( entrepreneurship & innovation), drive foreign and local investments, encourage R&D in the Telecom and Emerging Technology sectors and to facilitate supportive regulatory & policy frameworks.”

Speaking on the IMC dates, Minister for State for Communications, Education and Electronics & Information Technology  Shri Sanjay Dhotre said, “We firmly believe that the India Mobile Congress 2020 will be a key showcase for technology-driven initiatives as it brings together all stakeholders in the Telecommunications ecosystem and provides the right forum for valuable discourse on key topics relevant to policymakers, regulators and the industry. India Mobile Congress is one such platform, where the efforts of the Indian Government and the Telecom Industry are given an apt showcase to not just our nation, but to the world at large.” 

Lt Gen Dr. SP Kochhar, Director General, COAI said, “We are thankful to our Hon’ble Minister of State, Shri Sanjay Dhotre, for his immense support and guidance in successfully reaching the Fourth year of this grand event. We are also grateful to the Government of India for the huge effort put into this and for providing a facilitative environment to the entire industry. With all this help, India Mobile Congress has established itself as the biggest technology event in South Asia and the biggest networking event in India in the digital technology space. We are sure that all stakeholders will look forward to this platform for launches and releases of new technologies. Officials and senior decision-makers from both the Government as well as the industry will be present and tech companies will be displaying the best that this ecosystem has to offer at this marquee of the country.”

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Krishna Mali
Krishna Mali
Founder & Group Editor of TechGraph.

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