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ICT Academy, training and endeavoring for developing the next generation teachers and industry ready students, is to conduct 28th and 29th editions of its flagship conference Bridge 2017 in Hyderabad (on 25th October 2017 at Marigold by Green Park) and Vijayawada (on 26th October 2017 at Hotel Fortune Murali Park) respectively.
The conference, themed 'Future of Work', is to witness participation of Industry Leaders and Policy Makers namely Ram Singampalli, Chief Delivery Officer, Syntel Inc; Stanley George, VP and Head HR, South India, Hexaware Technologies and Dr. Ravikumar P. Vemuru, Advisor to Govt. of Andhra Pradesh, Non Resident Telugu Affairs and Investments.
Over 600 participants in all and from the academic and the corporate community across Andhra Pradesh and Telangana are expected to attend the conferences that will explore on technological trends and how they are reshaping the future of work, forecasting key areas of job disruption and evaluating ways in which policy makers, academia and industry leaders can adapt regulatory and economic frameworks in response.
Deliberations will be made on: The Future of Work - The Role of Academia; Dealing with the VUCA World; Reengineering the Skills Ecosystem; The Workplace Redefined: Collaboration and Culture; Developing an Entrepreneurial Culture; Creating a Sustainable Future Workforce; The Future of Learning Disruption and Innovation: The Road Ahead; and The Future Skills: Technology and careers.
"Hyderabad being dubbed as the Silicon Valley of India, mainly in light of the fact that the large multinational information technology giants have chosen Hyderabad as one of their base of operations in South Asia. The untapped intellectual talent in the region is immense, especially in the field of technology and mathematics. Making this intellectual talent to be ready for the future is need of the hour," said B. Anbuthambi, VP, ICT Academy.
Speakers of 28th Edition of Bridge at Hyderabad include Mr. Raj Chilakapati - Solution Architect, Amazon Internet Services Pvt. Ltd; Mr. Krushna Prasad Mahapatra - HR Head - Hyderabad, Tata Consultancy Services; Mr. Anand Pillai - Education Lead - India and SAARC, Autodesk; and Ram Singampalli - Chief Delivery Officer, Syntel Inc, among others.
"The growing population and economy have resulted in rising towards the expectation of the new digital era. With this massive shift towards the next gen working culture, it becomes mandatory to understand the concept of Future of Work. BRIDGE - Future of Work is a dedicated conference featuring organizations and experts doing innovative, pioneering work in developing the future workforce" said M Sivakumar, CEO, ICT Academy.
Speakers of 29th Edition of Bridge at Vijayawada include Prof. S. Vijaya Raju - Chairman, APSCHE, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh; Dr. Ravi kumar P. Vemuru - Advisor to Govt. of Andhra Pradesh, Non Resident Telugu Affairs and Investments; Mr. Ram Singampalli - Chief Delivery Officer, Syntel Inc; and Mr. Srikanth Chintakuntla - Head - Talent Acquisition - Hyderabad, Tata Consultancy Services.
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