UNION BUDGET-2021: From Recovery to Rapid Growth
In association with Keiretsu Forum, Fox Mandal is organizing an event to deliberate on impact of Union Budget-2021. Apart from Budget analysis from the direct and indirect tax perspective, the event would also have a panel discussion focusing on Startups and early-stage investments.
The objective of the seminar is to define, describe, analyze, segment, and forecast the size of the global digital shipyard market based on technology, shipyard, end use, process, capacity, digitalization level, and region.
The seminar was conducted on Artificial Intelligence and Game Theory and interact with the ongoing Naval Higher Command Course officers viz. NHCC-33. The ongoing course comprises 33 officers (Indian Navy: 19, Indian Army: 07, Indian Air Force: 05, Coast Guard : 02) in the rank of Captain, Colonel and Group Captain of Indian Navy, Army and Air Force respectively and equivalent rank of the Coast Guard.
NHCC-33 was divided into two groups, one will be attending the sessions on Artificial Intelligence and the other will be on Game Theory, and both the capsules were running in parallel.
India wants to increase its digital economy from USD 200 billion now to USD 1 trillion by 2023. To achieve this goal, India requires further acceleration in developing its digital economy and in attracting more investments into the sector.
In today’s digitised landscape, the private sector has invested heavily in developing digital assets across sectors, be it from blockchain, to local language apps, or even drone surveillance. In doing so, they have succeeded in reducing costs, increasing value and optimising decision making.
In order to familiarize the audience with the broad framework of the agreement and to identify business opportunities, C-DEP invited viewers to a fireside chat on the topic,” Implications of the Australia-India Cyber and Critical Technology Partnership agreement” with Ms. Tanya Spisbah, Director, Australia India Institute, Delhi.
President, C-DEP, conducted a session on how to manage businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown, with regards to….
President, C-DEP was invited as a Co-Panelist for the session – ‘Trusted Partners and Technology in 21st Century: Cyber Security’ – and spoke with Tanya Spisbah, Director at Australia India Institute, Delhi on aspects of cooperation in context of deteriorating geopolitical space, arising especially due to conflicts emanating from China and issues related to 5G.
Vibrant Networking Forum – Business Opportunities in the Future
President, C-DEP was invited to a panel discussion with renowned speaker Vivek Atray and Niraj Shahan, CEO, Aura Ink to speak about the challenges that have been posed to businesses under the current global scenario and opportunities that can be leveraged to promote business growth in the upcoming years.
President, C-DEP held a Fireside chat session with Dr. Gulshan Rai, Former National Cybersecurity Coordinator at the Prime Minister’s Office, Architect of CERT-IN, and a noted government expert on IT security. The discussion attempts to create an understanding of the potential of apps for compromising…..
C-DEP, in collaboration with Grant Thornton and Fifth Chrome Technologies, organized a web tutorial for heads of industry on understanding the impact of the 2% Equalization Levy (2020 Levy) passed under the Finance Act of 2020.
President. C-DEP, was invited to speak on India’s independence and sovereignty with technology.
The following aspects were covered…..
C-DEP was requested by Lt. General S P Kochhar, Signals-Offcier-in-Chief and the second in-command of the Indian Army, to make a presentation at DEFCOM’12, the largest and most prestigious pan Asian defense conference organized by the Indian Army.
The objective of this conference was to identify roadblocks that prevent domestic manufacturers from tapping this enormous market. This program was the first step in the identification of institutional mechanisms to facilitate domestic entrepreneurship.
The Centre for Digital Economy Policy Research (C-DEP) and the Centre for Knowledge Sovereignty (CKS), in partnership with Amcham, NASSCOM, FICCI and ICA organized a CEO’s interaction on Digital Economy Policy with Shri Nitin Gadkari, National President, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), on 3rd May 2012 at the ITC Maratha in Mumbai.