Kohima : The Department of Information Technology and Communication in association with National Institute of Smart Government (NISG) is holding a week-long training programme on ‘Champions Skill Enhancement Programme’ under the ‘Skill India’ project in Nagaland capital.
The agenda of the training covers a wide range of topics relating to e-Governance and provided an opportunity for all North-Eastern states to learn and discuss problems of mutual interest, said K D Vizo, Commissioner and Secretary for Information Technology and Communication, Government of Nagaland during the inaugural session here today.
Digital revolution is opening up possibilities for North-East India and the people must get the best of it by setting positive technological vision, he said.
He further stressed on paying more focus on aerial optical fibre cable, wireless and satellite technologies as underground optical fibre is not likely to work properly in landslide-prone areas of North-East region.
Maintaining that digital revolution is opening up exciting possibilities for the region, he said We must take this opportunity by setting positive technological vision, get the best deal out of it and forge a new progressive technological role for North Eastern region .
Altogether 30 participants from all the North-East states, including Sikkim are participating in the training.
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