International ICT Conference 2018, to be held on June 17 and June 18 at Hotel Himalaya

International ICT conference 2018 is all set to geared up at Hotel Himalaya, Kupondole, Lalitpur on date 17th and 18th June. This the conference is conducted with the presence of international expertise as well. Previous year, CAN only involve the National expertise for the conference, this is the first year by CAN to conduct the conference in the presence of International IT expert. The conference will run 2 days, 17th and 18th June. This year main topic of Discussion in conference is “Sustainable Development Goals for smart society”.

Along with the National, Internatial ICT expert, Finance Minister Mr. Yuba Raj Khatiwada is attaining the conference, where he is geared up to discuss the government’s running and new plans and policies on sustainable development, IT field/ Sector and recently drafted budget.

The main aim of this year Conference in Nepal, is to run the country in sustainable development. In this two days event, expertise will discuss on the topics related to IT sectors, Political Parties, Governement of Nepal and delegates from local levels. They are discussing to promote local levels to “Smartpalika”.

The conference will organized by Federation of Computer Association, and conference is going to sponsored by Subisu Cable Net, co-sponsor Lifecom (sole distributor of Motorola smartphones in Nepal).

In the conference, Ministry of Information Communication Technolgy, Ministry of Urban Developement, Department of Information Technology, Nepal Telecommunication Authority, NAST, Nepal Tourism Board and Intenational organizations like ASOCIO, WITSA, CAN-USA, and Microsoft is attending the event which is going to held on June 17th and 18th at Hotel Himalaya, Lalitpur.

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About Theme:

The sustainable development goals are bold, universal agreement to end poverty in all its dimensions and craft an equal, just and secure world- for people planet and prosperity by 2030. The 17 SDGs and 170 targets are a part of transforming our world by the 2030. Agenda for SD, which was adopted by 193 Members States at the historic UN General Assembly Summit in September 2015, and came into effect on January 1, 2016.

The five pillars of Sustainable Development are:

  • Planet: Protects our Planet natural resources and climate for future generations
  • People: End poverty and hunger in all forms and ensures dignity and equality
  • Prosperity: Ensure prosperous and fulfilling lives in harmony with nature
  • Peace: Foster peaceful, just and inclusive societies
  • Partnership: Implement the agenda through a solid global partnership