Balaji Institute of Telecom & Management
4th National Telecom Symposium
5th To 7th August, 2011
'The Transforming Telecom Landscape'
 


BITM proudly presents the 4th National Telecom Symposium on 'The Transforming Telecom Landscape' to be held in Raththinathammal Auditorium on 5th, 6th and 7th August 2011 between 09:00 am to 06:00 pm.

The List of the eminent speakers for this event is:
 

Sr. no

Name of the speaker

Designation

Name of the organization

1

Mr. N.K.Goyal

President

CMAI

2

Mr. Kunal Bajaj

Director-India

Analysis Mason

3

Mr. Navaid Khan

Executive Director-South Asia, Middle East & Asia Pacific

Frost & Sullivan

4

Mr.Vikram Shanbhag

VP-Mobile messaging Solutions

Comviva

5

Mr. Shridhar Pai

CEO

Tonse Telecom

6

Mr Suneel Bandhu

COO

Videocon

7

Mr.Monick Raj

CTO

Etisalat DB Telecom Pvt. Ltd.

8

Mr. Gaurav Dua

Associate Director

Pipal Research

9

Mr. Nitin Doddihal

VP-Business Development, Asia Pacific

American Towers

10

Mr. Rajiv Kumar Jain

Business Head-Infocom Business
VP-Business Development

Raycham RPG Limited

11

Mr.Ramasubramanian
Mahadevan

General Manager - Quality

Tecnotree

12

Mr. Lalit Chandra Mathur

Executive Council Member

ISPAI

13

Mr. Mukesh Bakliwal

National Head- Wimax

Convergent India

14

Dr Gowri krishna Jandhyala

VP, Telecom Services

Infotech Enterprises Limited 

15

Mr.R. Nagrajan

Director-Delivery
Services Business Management

Huawei Telecommunications India

16

Mr. M. K. Khera

Founder Director

KTKT Consulting India

17

Mr. A. T. Kishore

General Manager 

Alcatel Lucent


BITM family proudly invites delegates from the corporate world and the alumnus to the 4th Telecom Symposium on 'The Transforming Telecom Landscape' from 5th to 7th of  August 2011 between 9:00 am to 06:00 pm.
http://bitmpune.com/Telecom-Symposium.html
 

Source: By E-mail (August 3, 2011)

Published on IndianMBA.com on August 3, 2011

 

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