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Subisu CAN InfoTech 2018 to be held from Magh 11

(Last Updated On: May 23, 2018)

Subisu CAN InfoTech 2018 to be held from Magh 11

Subisu CAN(Computer Association of Nepal) InfoTech 2018 is going to held in Kathmandu form Magh 11(25th January).
The event will be organized at the Bhrikuti Mandap Exhibition Hall from Magh 11 to Magh 16 (January 25 to January 30).It is 6 days event.
This is the 24th edition of the annual information technology (IT) show. This is going to be a presence of various computer hardware and sales companies, dealers and distributors of mobile phones and accessories, power solution companies, telecom firms, ISPs, ICT colleges and training institutes, software solution providers, etc. among the others.
There will be 49 Branded stalls inside the main hall, and 5 branded stalls outside.  Similarly, there will be 144 stalls on the truss, 14 open spaces, 10 food stalls, making a whopping 222 stalls altogether in the event.
A separate software pavilion, with a total of 44 stalls is being set up at the event this year to exhibit the software produced by Nepali companies and promote Nepali startups and technological products. there will be an exhibition of various ICT products and visitors will be informed about the evolution of technological development in Nepal. Visitors will also be provided with information about the careers and prospects in IT sector of Nepal.
IT and Engineering students will also be exhibiting their project works, whereas startups will be getting a direct opportunity to promote their business.
The federation has priced the entry ticket at NPR. 100 for the general public and NPR. 50 for the students. And those buy tickets online will be provided with 20% discount on each ticket.

EVENT DETAILS

  • Venue: Bhrikuti Mandap, Exhibition Hall, Kathmandu
  • Date: Magh 11 – Magh 16 (January 25 – January 30)
  • Time: 10 AM to 5:30 PM
  • Price: Rs 100 for general visitors and Rs 50 for students

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