PASTIC to Organize National ICT Exhibition from November 17-19

PASTIC to Organize National ICT Exhibition from November 17-19. Pakistan Scientific and Technological Information Centre (PASTIC) plans to organize an event from November 17 to 19. The ICT event titled ‘National Exhibition on Information Technology and Computer Tools for Science and Education’ will connect industry professionals with Youth of the Pakistan.

PASTIC, working under umbrella of Ministry of Science Foundation and Technology is a premier organisation in the field of science and technology information management and dissemination.

PASTIC to Organize National ICT Exhibition from November 17-19

To announce this event a special ceremony was help at the Pakistan Science Foundation Auditorium on Wednesday. On the ceremony it was disclosed that more than 150 participants would display their innovative products and projects.

This event will be held at Pak-China Friendship center. The main objective of this event is to provide a platform where people can showcase the latest advancements in ICT, business ideas and innovative products.

Stakeholders from public and private sector organisations, including Pakistan Open Source Foundation, Pakistan Computer Society, Pakistan Institute of Entrepreneurship, Pakistan Information Security Association, Turnaround Management Association Pakistan, along with educational sector, would be taken on-board to make this event successful.

For more Information Visit PASTIC.

This ICT exhibition will play a vital role in creating awareness among public, professional and students. Different pavilions will be allocated to computers, latest hardware and software. Seminars, conferences and workshops on emerging ICT topics would also be arranged for the event. At the end of ceremony,Price money for best innovative ideas and stall presentation would be distributed.

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Fizza Atique

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