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IT News Announcement: CPN Annual IT Professionals' Assembly/ Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2010

Mar 2010- The Computer Professionals Registration Council of Nigeria (CPN) will be holding its IT Professionals' Assembly / Annual General Meeting with the theme, "Information Technology: An Imperative for National Development" on Thursday 1st - Friday 2nd July 2010.

The venue is NICON LUXURY HOTEL, Abuja (Formerly Le Meridien), Plot 903, Tafawa Balewa Way, Garki Area II,, Beside International Conference Center, Abuja. According to the release from CPN, "It is an exclusive networking event for senior Information Technology (IT) decision makers in the private and public sectors of the economy, IT consultants, upcoming IT entrepreneurs, start-ups, IT practitioners, teachers and IT systems administrators. The Assembly will provide a platform for some of the industry's most innovative technology distribution and service providers to showcase their products and services for participants to appreciate the emerging technologies, trends and risks that are associated with transforming the various industries using Information Technology".

Information Technology Professionals' Assembly 2010

Date: Thursday 1st July, 2010
Time: 9.00 a.m. Prompt
Venue: Nicon Luxury Hotel, Abuja

 

Assembly Participating FEE:

N12,500.00k

Rationale For The Assembly

Information Technology (IT) has become the bedrock for national survival and development in a rapidly changing global environment. Therefore, it behoves on us to devise bold and courageous initiatives to address a host of vital socio-economic issues such as reliable infrastructure, skilled human resources, transparency in governance and other essential issues of capacity building. An Information Technology policy that is built on reliable human resources and infrastructure constitutes the fundamental tool and means of assessing, planning and managing growth with the ultimate goal of attaining sustainable development.

The desire to respond to global challenges in Information Technology in order to be properly integrated into the Information Technology age and bridge the digital divide informed the choice of this year's theme.

Therefore, the theme of this year's Assembly will address comprehensively some of the challenges we are facing in our desire to integrate our people fully into the information age.

Payments can also be made at the Council secretariat and through CPN's e-payment facility on its website

For further clarifications and enquiries, please contact:

E-mail: info@cprcn.org or cpn@cprcn.org; CPN website

Or any of the underlisted CPN Offices/Staff:

Head Office
110, Norman Williams Street,
South-West, Ikoyi,
Lagos
01-730 5745 730 5744
Owerri Office
Onosike-08037187259
Awibe Plaza,
1A, M.C.C Road,
Owerri,
Imo State.
083-495 761
Ibadan Office
Gift 08058976459
Suite 13 & 14 Ground Floor
Elim Vision Plaza
81, Oyo Road
Opposite U.I., 2nd Gate
Ibadan, Oyo State
Kaduna Office
Sulaiman-08023343502
Suite 12b,
K.C. Holdings Complex
24, Constitution Road,
Kaduna,
Kaduna State
062-885 470
Port Harcourt Office
Ameen - 08028308891
3, Olodu Street,
Off Olu Obasanjo Road,
Behind Skye Bank
Port Harcourt
Rivers State
Abuja Office
Funmi - 08034984092
AGA Memorial complex,
16, Nkwere Crescent, Garki II
Behind Rochas foundation,
Area II, Abuja.
09-480 1963
 
Gombe Office
Aliyu - 08032893551
Jos Office
Christopher - 08065444221
29, Bukuru Bye Pass
Bukuru,
Jos, Plateau


CPN IT Assembly 2012 Information Technology and National Transformation in Nigeria

The information on this page is provided on Information Technology, Information and Communications Technology (ICT) News by Jidaw as a community effort to spread awareness on developments in the digital knowledge based environment of technology. DEVELOPMENT REQUIRES THAT WE MUST DEMYSTIFY ICT AND TECHNOLOGY. It is contributed to help reduce the digital divides in society and enhance understanding about how to use ICT to drive development.

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