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First-ever CAN Info Tech in Karnali

By RSS on Mar 07,2019 - 10:22

The CAN Info Tech-2019) is taking place in Birendranagar, the capital of Karnali State, from coming Friday. 
The five-day Karnali State-level 'Info Tech Fair' is to be held on 8-12 March under the aegis of Federation of Computer Association Nepal, Karnali State, Surkhet. 
In order to make the State tech-savvy and develop it as a hub for tourist attraction, the fair has been organised, informed Purna Dev Adhikari, Chair of Federation's Karnali State. 
"Expansion of Information Technology – Foundation for Digital Karnali' has been set the slogan for the fair. 
"We have anticipated that the fair would help Karnali State in framing the concept of 'Digital Karnali' and execute the idea", Chair Adhikari added. 
Smart tourism has also been laid emphasis in the fair, he shared, adding that the innovative information and technology products would be exhibited in the CAN Info Tech. 
Prem Prakash Chand, Chair, CAN Federation Surkhet informed that a robot would inaugurate the 'CAN Info Tech fair'. 
Tech related instruments and accessories, including IT seminar and robots developed by Nepali scientists would be exhibited in the fair. 
Also, the event would offer several programmes such as ICT conference, ICT workshops, seminar on smart technology for digital Karnali, Chair Chand informed. 
"Free maintenance of computer, laptop and printer would be provided and 5 to 50 percent discount would be offered on the purchase of IT equipments and parts", he further shared. 
Over 100,000 people from all 10 districts of the State are expected to visit the first-ever fair.(RSS)

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