NICSI signs MoU with Delhi School of Management

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National Informatics Centre Services Incorporated (NICSI), a Government of India Enterprise under the National Informatics Centre, Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY), and Delhi School of Management (DSM), Delhi Technological University (DTU) signed a Memorandum of Understanding on May 24, 2022, in the presence of Dr. Rajendra Kumar, Additional Secretary MeitY and Chairman NICSI, Shri Prashant Kumar Mittal, MD NICSI, Dr. Archana Singh

Shri Shobhendra Bahadur, Director MeitY and VO NICSI, Smt. Anjali Dhingra, Sr. GM & HoD CEDA NICSI, Shri Ashutosh P. Maurya, DGM NICSI, Shri Sunny Jain, CS NICSI, Prof. P. K. Suri DSM, Prof. Rajan Yadav DSM, and Mr. Yashdeep Singh, Assistant Professor, DSM attended the

Dr. Rajendra Kumar, Additional Secretary MeitY and Chairman NICSI, briefed the audience on MeitY’s vision for the use of technology for digital transformation for the benefit of citizens, as well as the effective utilisation of resources (manpower, knowledge, infrastructure, etc.) through collaborative efforts to improve the efficiency of outcomes. MeitY is collaborating with other Ministries to expand the use of technology to help them understand specific domains such as agriculture, education, and healthcare, among others, through a problem-solving approach in a collaborative effort utilising academicians’ knowledge. This MoU may be beneficial to the MeitY & DTU ecosystem in the coming years through technology exploration and student involvement in collaborative ways in maturing new areas such as IoT, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, and so on. DSM’s management expertise will also aid NICSI in the development of business strategies and plans.

The scope of this MoU between NICSI and DSM DTU was briefed by Shri Prashant Kumar Mittal, MD NICSI, who added that this collaboration will be mutually beneficial for both entities. DSM DTU students can investigate the use of emerging technologies and gain a better understanding of the working environment of government organizations/departments through hands-on experience in ICT management and eGovernance. This will also assist the government in strengthening its internal system through more effective use of technology.

Prof. P. K. Suri of DSM DTU spoke about DSM DTU’s operations and activities, particularly in ICT and eGovernance, and how this MoU will benefit both institutions in the long run. Dr. Archana Singh, HOD DSM, expressed interest in this collaborative approach for NICSI and DSM, including student involvement in research and development, data analytics, e-Governance processes and also for conducting of conferences/workshops.

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