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TKM Institute of Management's ‘Smart Education in a Smart city’ seminar today

K T Jaleel,  Local Self-Government Minister, will inaugurate the programme while Mayor V K Prasanth will be the chief guest at the programme to be held at the Mascot Hotel here. 

Published: 04th July 2018 05:37 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th July 2018 05:37 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

TIRUVANANTHAPURAM : TKM Institute of Management (TIM), Kollam on Wednesday will organise a one-day seminar on ‘Smart Education in a Smart city’ at the fifth Management Summit organised by the premier management institute. K T Jaleel,  Local Self-Government Minister, will inaugurate the programme while Mayor V K Prasanth will be the chief guest at the programme to be held at the Mascot Hotel here. 

G Vijayaraghavan, technocrat; Ashish Kare, general manager and Global Head, Wipro Ltd; P Ravikumar, associate director, Intelligent Transporation and Networking, CDAC; Sabarish K, Head of e-governance and Vaibhav Kumar Srivastava, industry leader education (Indian and SAARC), CISCO will offer felicitations. 

The seminar seeks to dovetail education to every component of the Smart City programme solutions so as to demystify the concepts and practice of the Smart City to stakeholders. Smart City policymakers, technical experts, management experts, CEOs, other subject experts and academicians are also expected to participate. For registration, contact: 9895496006. 



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