ITM University eGovernance Campus

At a function held at Constitution Club of India, organized by the Engineering Watch Group and attended by the distinguished dignitaries from across the globe, ITM University, Gurgaon was felicitated by the National Informatics Centre, a Ministry of Communication and Information Technology organization, on the occasion of ‘eGovernace Campus-2013’ by formally according it the coveted status of eGov Campus in the presence of over a large number
of District Magistrates and District Informatics Officers from across the country.

The University received the recognition for initiating its role in penetrating eGovernance programmes not only into its academic systems and processes, but also as the eGovernance nodal centre for the District of Gurgaon, which would enable it to work closely with the government agencies on matters of e governance.

Besides, it would provide opportunities to ITMU faculty and students to take up live projects linked to eGovernance, research and other innovative projects and programmes in conjunction with the various government/ non-Government agencies.

The association primarily speaks on the benefits of eGovernance to business centric community, and the management students who can easily optimize and exercise the pool of information available with these government agencies for their benefit.

Speaking at the occasion, Prof. Prem Vrat, Vice Chancellor of the ITM University said, “The step would usher limitless possibilities for its students to access some of the top information of the industry and gain significant knowledge on matters related to egovernance and how it can be a great means to understand and apply concepts with ease, particularly related to business decisions that facilitate operations” said a proud Vice Chancellor.

ITM University (formerly Institute of Technology and Management) was founded in 1996, to promote excellence in higher education by Educate India Society, registered under the Registration of Societies Act of 1860.

The university was conceived in response to the acute deficiency of centres of higher learning in the country as also, the need to develop relevant human capital to meet the technology and management challenges of the 21st century.

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