2nd Asia Africa ICT & Development Summit 2018

1ST DEC 2018 | NCRD SIMS NAVI MUMBAI | REPUBLIC OF INDIA: Asia Africa Development Council Promoted By Council for Sustainable Peace and Development. Council is Promoting / Supporting and Working in line with United Nations guidelines and policies in relation with Sustainable Peace and Development. Council is Authorized and Endorsed during India Africa ICT Summit 2017, During General Assembly Delegate from USA, Rwanda, Uganda, South Sudan, Ghana, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirate and Indian States and Government of India. Council is Ministry of Corporate Affairs Approved and Authorized Companies license Under Section 8(1) of the Companies Acts , 2013. Council is ICT Excellence Awardees 2017 for the Promotion of Sustainable Peace and Development and on process to established overseas office at USA, Rwanda, Uganda, South Sudan, Ghana, United Kingdom, and United Arab Emirate. Council Jointly Organized Innovative Activities with Innovation Society India (Nation WIDE society of Like-minded People to innovate Infrastructure)for the Promotion of Sustainable Innovation for the Betterment of Global Society and establishing Multipurpose Centers at USA, Rwanda, Uganda, South Sudan, Ghana, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirate and Indian States to Promote

  • Science and Technology
  • Innovation
  • Water
  • Food Security and Agriculture Development
  • Clean and affordable Energy
  • Tourism and Cultural Exchange
  • Health Care and Gender Equality
  • Quality Educational
  • Sustainable countries
  • Infrastructure development
  • Economic Growth & cooperation.
  • Information & Communication Technology (ICT) implementation
  • Assists activities towards Sustainable Peace and Development.

Council Initiated Global Convention /Professional Excellency/Certification/ Accreditation/ Young International Internship Programme (YIIP) / Startup Mentoring/ Student/Cultural Exchange Programme, Fellowships For the standardizing Commerce/ Trade/ Culture for thrust areas.
UNSDG 2030  : The Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. They address the global challenges we face, including those related to poverty, inequality, climate, environmental degradation, prosperity, and peace and justice. The Goals interconnect and in order to leave no one behind, it ís important that we achieve each Goal and target by 2030. In Line With UNSDG 2030 for the Promotion of Awareness This Year Council Jointly with Innovation Society of India organized 2nd Asia Africa ICT and Development Summit, Expo and Awards 2018 on the Theme of ICT Attainment of UNSDG 2030 in Asia and Africa: Opportunities, Challenges and Waysforword.  This Information and Communication Technology knowledge sharing Mega function which was attended by dignitaries from countries like Malaysia, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Uganda, South Sudan, Rwanda, Japan, Bangladesh and many more was held at NCRD’s Sterling Institute of Management Studies, Nerul, Navi Mumbai.
Hon. Prof. Ripu Ranjan Sinha (Director General, Asia Africa Development Council), Prof. K. S. Charak (Chaiman, 2018 Asia –Africa ICT Summit), Mr. Ashish C. Swami (Director, Council For Sustainable Peace and Development), Hon. Haresh Tank ( Founder Director– Innovation Society, India ) Hon. Ms. Poorva Walse Patil was Chief Guest, Mr. Zainal Azlan M. Nadzir (Consulate General of Malaysia) , Mr. John Yatta, Cosmas Lokun Chairman SIF Tech. Ltd. (South Sudan) were  guest of honor and Mr. Abdul Diwale Mohmmed (Executive President, Global South Economic Forum), Dr. Satish Sharma (Director General, Maharaja Group of Colleges), Dr. E. B. Khedkar (Vice Chancellor, Ajinkya D.Y. Patil University, Pune.), Shri. Avinash Shinde- Treasurer NCRD, Dr.Ashok Patil –Trustee NCRD were dignitaries on dais. Dr. Prashant Gundawar, Director NCRD’s Sterling Institute of Management Studies had taken all the responsibilities of arrangements on his shoulder with his team.
The event started with the tradition of lightning of lamp, followed by video glimpses of IT goals of suitable development that are aimed to be followed by India-Africa ICT Summit. The Director General Asia Africa Development Council and On Directive Dr.Prashant Gundawar, addressed the audience with his welcome speech and all dignitaries on dais did unveiling of Novelties Directory. Asia Africa Development Council and Innovation Society (India) has Recognized Professional Excellency by Release of Annual ICT and Development Excellence Awards 2018 in different sectors of Education and Industry who has worked and Working for the Betterment and Promotion of Humanities development through Information and Communication Technologies. All participants were enthralled by speeches and panel discussions of expertise in ICT. Council received award nomination  by the nominator and organization and as per the required information and based on the parameter of Innovation , development for the betterment of mankind. Our three members jury of award search and selection committee identified and selected for the awards in Individuals and organizational category i.e

(A) INDIVIDUAL CATEGORY

S.N NAME CATEGORY AWARD NOMINATION CATEGORY
1. MR. CHETAN EKNATH KHEDKAR ACADEMICS EMERGING MANAGEMENT FACULTY
2. DR. SHREEKALA PRASAD BACHHAV ACADEMICS FACULTY IN SOCIAL RESEARCH
3. MR. AJAY KUMAR PODDAR LEADERSHIP EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT  & IMPLEMENTATION OF ICT
4. MR. POPATRAO  SUKE LEADERSHIP LEADERSHIP IN PROMOTING TECHNICAL EDUCATION IN RURAL MAHARASHTRA
5. DR. RUPESH PATIL ACADEMICS BEST PRINCIPAL OF ENGENEERING COLLEGE
6 MS. SOHELY PARVIN MONI LEADERSHIP SOCIAL ACTIVITST
7. DR. PREETI KULKARNI ACADEMICS BEST DIRECTOR MANAGEMENT
8. MR. ELIA MUGUME STARTUP LEADERS ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN TOURISM
8. MR. KUMARDATT GANJRE ACADEMICS EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT
10. MR. SATYAM SIKARWAR CORPORATE/CEO  CONTRACTION AND MANAGEMENT
11. DR. SATISH CHANDER SHARMA LEADERSHIP HIGHER EDUCATION LEADERSHIP
12. DR. WINSTON JACOB CORPORATE/CEO EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT
13. DR. EKNATH KHEDKAR ACADEMICS BEST VICE CHANCELLOR
14. MR. PRASHANT GUNDAWAR LEADERSHIP EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT
15. MR. AKIO YOSHIDA ACADEMICS ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
16. DR. NEYARA MOHAMMED ACADEMICS ICT IN EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT
17. MR. ORSHI TERHEMBA EPHRAIM LEADERSHIP ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
18. DR. LAXMAN KUMAR TRIPATHY ACADEMICS MANAGEMENT EDUCATION
19. MR. DAVID MUGISHA ICT IN COMBATING CRIMES FORENSIC SCIENCES
20. DR. MURUGAN SETHURAMAN ICT INNOVATION ICT INNOVATION
21. MR. ROHAN DELIWALA Training & Skilling Industry-Academia Collaboration
22. DR. SHANKARA BHAKTULA SATYAM ICT IN EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT ICT IMPLEMENTATION IN SECONDARY EDUCATION
23. DR. ASHISH MANOHAR URKUDE ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
24. DR. GEORGE V ANTONY ICT IN EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION PLANNER IN HIGHER EDUCATION & DEVELOPMENT
25. DR. ARUMUGA PERUMAL S ICT IN EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT INTERNET OF THINGS
26. DR. TAPESH CHANDRA GUPTA ICT IN EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT EDUCATION
27. DR. PARESH KOTAK ICT IN EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT ICT ADMINISTRATION
28. MR. SAMEER JAIN ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTION MANAGEMENT
29. MR. SURYAKANT CHOUDHARY ICT IN EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT MANUFACTURING
30. PROF. RIPU RANJAN SINHA ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GLOBAL STRATEGIC PLANNER
31. PROF. KULDIP S CHARAK ICT IN EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT LEADERSHIP IN HIGHER EDUCATION
32. PROF. A B DADAS ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL DIRECTOR
33. PROF. ASHISH C SWAMI ICT IN EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT PROMTION OF  PEACE  & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
34. ABDUL  DEWALE MOHAMMED ICT IN EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT GLOBAL STRATEGIC CONSULTANT
35. DR. BADIUDIN AHAMED ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ICT LEADERSHIP
36. DR. BALWINDER RAJ ICT IN EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT ICT LEADERSHIP
37. DR. MANISH KUMAR SAINI ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ICT IMPLEMENTATION IN ACADEMIC
38. MS NAFISA YEASMIN ICT IN EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT INNOVATIVE LEADERSHIP
39. DR. DEEPAK JAIN ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT INNOVATIVE LEADERSHIP
40. DR. ASHUTOSH SHARMA ICT IN EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT ACADEMICS INNOVATOR
41. DR. ASHUTOSH MI SHRA ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT YOUNG ICT LEADERSHIP
42. DR. ANWAR SHEIKH ICT IN EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT INNOVATION IN EDUCATION THROUGH ICT
43. DR. HARESH TANK ICT IN EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT ICT LEADERSHIP
44. JAMESH YATTA ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL ICT COLLABORATOR
45. M.S KARTIK ICT IN EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT ICT LEADERSHIP
46 DR RUDRA RAMESHWAR ACADEMICS Engineering Education and Research
47. DR PRAFULL PAWAR ACADEMICS UNIVERSITY QUALITY ASSURANCE INITIATIVES
  1. ORGANIZATIONAL CATEGORY
S.N NAME CATEGORY AWARD NOMINATION CATEGORY
1. STATION-E INFO SERVICES PVT. LTD. ACADEMICS SKILL DEVELOPMENT SOLUTION PROVIDER
2. MULTI STREAM BROADCAST PVT. LTD. CORPORATE/CEO MARKETING & PROMOTION OF ICT PRODUCT
3. WORLD ACADEMY OF INFORMATICS AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES (WAIMS) ACADEMICS PLANNING, POLICY DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT
4. NAVSAHYADRI  EDUCATION SOCIETY’S GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS,
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
ACADEMICS ENGINEERING EDUCATION
5. EAZY ERP TECHNOLOGIES PRIVATE LIMITED STARTUP LEADERS CENTRALIZED RESOURCE PLANNING SOFTWARE
6 DATA XGEN TECHNOLOGIES PVT LTD CORPORATE/CEO REGIONAL LANGUAGE PROMOTION
7. MAITRIMANTHAN SANSTHAN STARTUP LEADERS SOCIAL STARTUP LEADERS
8. PROF. NODA GROUP SHIMANE UNIVERSITY, JAPAN ACADEMICS ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMIC EFFECT BY OPEN DATA IN LOCAL GOVERNMENTS OF JAPAN
9. DR D Y PATIL SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT, PUNE ACADEMICS BUSINESS SCHOOL
10. NCRD’S STERLING INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES. ACADEMICS MANAGEMENT EDUCATION
11. AJEENKYA D Y PATIL UNIVERSITY PUNE LEADERSHIP INNOVATIVE UNIVERSITY
12. INDIA INSTITUTE DIGITAL EDUCATION & RESEARCH STARTUP LEADERS STARTUP LEADER IN TRAINING
13. INDIADOX SOLUTIONS STARTUP LEADERS STARTUP LEADER IN SOFTWARE SERVICES
14. ALL INDIA INSTITUTE OF TRAINING AND EDUCATION STARTUP LEADERS STARTUP LEADER IN TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
15. SIF TECH LIMITED, SOUTH SUDAN ICT INNOVATION SOFTWARE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
16. TRAVEL ABROAD SOLUTION & SERVICES LTD ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN TOURISM
17. PADAGOGY  INC ICT IN EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION CONSULTING AND DEVELOPING ADVANCED  SKILLING TOOLS
18. WHEELS OF HOPE RISING FOUNDATION ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN KIGALI
18. DAFFODIL INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY DHAKA BANGLADESH ICT IN EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT INNOVATION UNIVERSITY IN BANGLADESH
20. INDO GLOBAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, INDUSTRIES AND AGRICULTURE ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GLOBAL PROMOTION OF COMMERCE, INDUSTRIES AND AGRICULTURE
21. GLOBAL SOUTH ECONOMIC FORUM, UNITED KINGDOM ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT COORDINATE, PROMOTE, AND FORTIFY TRADE AND INVESTMENT IN THE WORLD’S DEVELOPING COUNTRIES OF THE SOUTH-SOUTH.
22. BRAIN RHYME ICT UTILIZATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT MEMORY  TRAINING & COGNITIVE COACH
23 iAssure International Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

Mr Ashish Naik, Managing Director

Startup & IT Co. Innovative Startup and Small IT Company
24 SAP Infrastructure Private Ltd. ICT Innovation Innovative Startup and Small IT Company

Council has Formed in 2017 , The India-Africa ICT knowledge consortium (www.indiafrica.org) to smoothly facilitate networking among ICT leaders and providers as well as consultants from Asian and African countries. It paves the way for business liaison between both regions through information sharing and generating ideas that conquer ICT challenges. It provides a powerful impetus to mobilize Indian investors to invest strategically in the ICT sectors of African countries. The objective of the consortium was to promote research, enable networking and expedite all activities that will support transformation of the ICT sectors of Asian and African countries, whilst fighting cyber crimes and supporting Asia-African ICT exchange program. Different experts including scientists, researchers and entrepreneurs the area of information and communication technology pledged their support to the development of African Countries as per the charter of UNSDG towards the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It was decided that different sectors and actors working together in an integrated manner by pooling financial resources, knowledge and expertise. In the new development era with 17 intertwined Sustainable Development Goals and 169 associated targets as a blue-print for achieving the sustainable future the requirement is cross sectorial and innovative multi-stakeholder partnerships, which will play a crucial role for developing the African Nations.

In Relation and Slogan “ EAK WORLD ! SHRESTA WORLD “ | “ EAK EARTH ! SHRESTA EARTH” Council worried on the Intention and Establishment of Human Security not only National Security or Personal Security. ICT is acting indispensable part for the same , The ICT sector has established to be a strong driver of GDP growth in nations across the globe. From developing countries, to developed nations,  The ICT sector has contributed to the success of each of these country’s economies, the development of its people’s skills and potential and positioning the country as a place for international organization to more efficiently do business. The expansion of information and communications technology and worldwide connectivity   has huge possibility to speed up human growth, to connect the digital divide and to develop knowledge societies.  ICT is competent for boosting the means of execution of long term development goals by nurturing global collaboration and coordination, encouragement of technology transfer and capacity building, strengthening multi-stakeholder partnerships, facilitating data monitoring and accountability.  ICT provides a vital role in attaining the sustainable development, particularly in rising information and knowledge societies. ICT are open access to academic research, clearness in making informed decisions, and platforms for online partnership for co-creation, learning and work.  By increasing access to information and knowledge, ICT minimizes difference within and among nation.  This makes possible social and economic progress, even to disadvantaged part of society, such as persons with disabilities. There is no doubt that access to developed technologies has grown so fast and yet the remarkable gains are still in weak position by existing gap in ICT access between and within countries, between urban and rural settings, among men and women, and boys and girls.
A major digital divide is still in place, with more people offline than online and particularly poor access in vulnerable developing nations. The challenge now is to bring the rest of the world online and ensuring that no one is left behind.  Advanced computing technologies are the future. It is mandate to understand the base and challenges. During this SUMMIT certain key issues shall be addressed such as
Panel 1: Socio Economic Transformation of Africa through ICT
Panel 2:  Peace and Security through ICT
Panel 3: role of ICT in attaining Sustainable Development Goals
Panel 4: Investment Opportunities and way forward.
Panel 5: pan African E – Network and Cyber challenges
Panel 6: Virtual Education Network of Universities and Higher Education
Panel 7: effective ICT implementation in Transport management
Panel 8: Opportunities for the Asia in Development of Africa
Panel 9:  E – Trade platform for Africa and Asia
Panel 10: Implementation of ICT in Growth of African Tourism Industry
Panel 11: ICT Today and Beyond for Global Communities

Sub Theme :  Network Infrastructure, Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Augmented /Reality, Virtual Reality, FinTech, BI/Big Data/ Analytics, Connected World, Information Security, Internet of Everything, Healthcare, Embedded Technologies, Tele Communication.
Interview Session by the Correspondent ADCO News:
On and After Panel Discussion , Board Correspondents had Recorded Interviews of Each Participants, Panelist and Contributors and aware the Goals of United Nation and Council taken Pledge for the Contribution and Support of UNSDG 2030 agenda achievement in strategic Manner. All Awardees contributed lots for the betterment of global Communities with earned and Learned Skills and Experience.
Dr.Ripu Ranjan Sinha Originators and Executors proposed the vote of thanks and expressed his satisfaction that several important decisions were taken in this 2018 summit in relation with MAKE THE WORLD SUSTAINABLE and he also endorsement to overwhelming response and endorsement to South Sudan Vice President James Wani Igga and given video thanks to them. Along with the Council Sustainability he assure that Council , Society, Consortium people is ready to take a challenge for the Holistic Development of South Sudan and he is very much sure within the decade upto 2030 South Sudan Shall be self-sustainable and shall be able to march together rest of world through energy, education , health , fast learning and overall development. He also planned to take and ready to bring investor, promoter and other business areas for the holistic development of Countries in association with SIF TECHNOLOGIES, South Sudan.

 

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