Computer and Information Technology Association of Maharashtra inaugurated
The inauguration ceremony of Computer and Information Technology (IT) Association of Maharashtra was held on the auspicious occasion of Gudhi Padwa at Pandit Digambar Paluskar Hall, Nashik. This association was inaugurated by chief administrator of Bhujbal Knowledge City, Shefali Bhujbal. Adv Akash Chhajed and Gurumit Bagga were present as the chief guests of the programme.
On this occasion Bhujbal said, “People don’t get high salaries easily in computer and IT jobs, but every opportunity should be used to make a bright career.”
Chhajed in his speech said, “Today we are progressing in the field of IT only due to Rajeev Gandhi’s efforts. Today, people can access internet through mobiles and thus, any information is at one’s fingertips.”
On this occasion, Bagga assured that online study centres will be available soon for the students.
Key note speaker of the event, Gaud said, “Abhijeet Raut and others are my students and I am happy that they have used the word ‘Association’ rather than ‘Union’ while forming this group of computer and IT experts. Through this they are trying to build a healthy co-ordination between owners and engineers.”
On this occasion, trustee of VN Naik society Ramprasadji Katkade, Gogobaba Pat, president of the society Anil Kothule, Shivaji Shelar from Sambhaji Brigade and Prashant Sant among others attended the programme. Abhijeet Raut presented the welcome speech. Officials of the organisation — Ajit Patil, Yogesh Manekar, Kaushik Kadekar, Amol Nikam, Trimbak Pawar and Pritesh Ahire — felicitated the guests.
Individuals who have done the notable work in the field — Manas Gajre, Omkar Walimbe, Tanmay Dixit and Mohan Pawar — were felicitated by the guests. Prof Vishwas Khedkar anchored the programme. Mayuri Jain proposed the vote of thanks.
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