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C-DAC provides tech support to Ghana

BS Reporter   |  Mumbai/ Pune 

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Pune-based Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) and the ministry of external affairs, Government of India will provide support and training programmes to India – Ghana Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT (AITI-KACE) in Accra for two years. Government of India is offering financial assistance of Rs 3.83 crore for this project. made this announcement in Pune on Friday.

Commenting on this, Rajat Moona, director general, C-DAC said, "project is considered to be a flagship project for the GoI and therefore it was decided to support AITI-KACE for two more years through C-DAC.

The current project has focus on C-DAC’s two main activities viz high performance computing and advance IT Training. AITI-KACE will be appointed as an authorized training centre of C-DAC for a period of two years and will be entitled to offer training programmes in Advanced Computing (DAC), Advanced Computer Arts (DACA), Wireless & Mobile Computing (WiMC) and VLSI Design (PGVLSI) with the support of C-DAC.

C-DAC provides tech support to Ghana

Pune-based Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) and the ministry of external affairs, Government of India will provide PARAM technology support and training programmes to India – Ghana Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT (AITI-KACE) in Accra for two years. Government of India is offering financial assistance of Rs 3.83 crore for this project. C-DAC made this announcement in Pune on Friday.

Pune-based Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) and the ministry of external affairs, Government of India will provide support and training programmes to India – Ghana Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT (AITI-KACE) in Accra for two years. Government of India is offering financial assistance of Rs 3.83 crore for this project. made this announcement in Pune on Friday.

Commenting on this, Rajat Moona, director general, C-DAC said, "project is considered to be a flagship project for the GoI and therefore it was decided to support AITI-KACE for two more years through C-DAC.

The current project has focus on C-DAC’s two main activities viz high performance computing and advance IT Training. AITI-KACE will be appointed as an authorized training centre of C-DAC for a period of two years and will be entitled to offer training programmes in Advanced Computing (DAC), Advanced Computer Arts (DACA), Wireless & Mobile Computing (WiMC) and VLSI Design (PGVLSI) with the support of C-DAC.

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