25 January 2019 | News
Aegis Graham Bell Awards (AGBA) has been promoting innovations in the ICT domain
Government of Goa to host the 9th edition of the prestigious Aegis Graham Bell Awards (AGBA) 2019 on February 1, 2019 at Entertainment Society of Goa, Panaji. This award is an initiative of Aegis School of Business, Data Science, Cyber Security & Telecommunication and is powered by mUni Campus.
Rohan Khaunte Minister for Revenue, IT, Labour and Employment of Goa, Ameya Abhyankar Secretary for Information and Technology, Goa along with delegates of Information & Communication Technology (ICT) large, mid-size and startups will grace the occasion with their presence.
Aegis Graham Bell Awards (AGBA) has been promoting innovations in the ICT domain. AGBA has been rewarding those who have been contributing in these fields, for 8 years with a visio n to foster and stimulate innovators for India to become the nucleus of innovations.
Aegis and Government of Goa will also release path breaking news that will not only impact the State of Goa but even the country as a whole.
“India is the third largest start up ecosystem and Goa has a vision to be Asia's top start up destination by 2025 and a new start up policy for the same has been approved. The mission behind this policy is to make the students of Goa self-sufficient and that Goa becomes a state of job givers instead of job seekers. This association with Aegis Graham Bell Awards, one of the largest award in the ICT domain hosted by Aegis School of Data Science will be a great encouragement for all the booming young Goan minds to think out of the box and innovate” - Rohan Khaunte, Minister of Revenue, IT, Labour and Employment, Government of Goa.