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ICTA strategic partner to “ ‘INFO-V 2014’ ICT Exhibition – Technology Presenter” at Colombo Visakha

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ICT Agency of Sri Lanka (ICTA)  was strategic partner to  the  “ ‘INFO-V 2014’ ICT Exhibition – Technology Presenter”  held at Visakha Vidyalaya Colombo  recently.

A headcount of about 6000 visited the  ICTA stall on ICT set up run at  the  above  on 21st and 22nd last month. ICTA also  organised the ICT Conference in coincidence with the above on March 21st.

ICTA  and Sri Lanka Computer Emergency Response Team (SL CERT). a subsidiary of ICTA,  conducted ICT workshops for students during the exhibition. These interactive sessions were respectively  particularly on “Future Careers in the world of IT-BPM” and cyber security. 


Three new Nenasalas in Colombo particularly for low income families

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Three Nenasalas (wisdom outlets) were set up  recently  (20th March) for increasing the information and communication technology knowledge of youth and schoolchildren of low income families in the Colombo District. 

The ICT Agency of Sri Lanka (ICTA) said that these Nenasalas were set up in Slave Island, Ketawalamulla an Maligawatte in Colombo .

The launch of these Nenasalas took place under the patronage of Telecommunication and Information Technology Minister Ranjith Siyambalapitiya, Senior Minister for Urban Affairs A. H. M. Fowzie and MP Tilanga Sumatipala.

Participating in the inauguration Telecommunication and Information  Technology Minister Ranjith Siyambalapitiya said that the current Government’s goal was to provide information and communication technology facilities to all whatever be the race, religion,  party or social status as rich or poor one belonged to. 


‘ICTA should focus more on ‘SMART Sri Lanka’ - Presidential Secretary

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Presidential Secretary Lalith Weeratunga, during a recent visit to the ICT Agency of Sri Lanka (ICTA)  urged it for more focus on ‘SMART Sri Lanka’, Government’s next ICT strategy phase.

Amidst his accolades to ICTA ‘s past eight-year enormous contribution to the country’s ICT-led development,  Weeratunga emphasised the need and importance of greater focus on ‘SMART Sri Lanka’.

‘President Mahinda Rajapaksa’s vision is a ‘SMART Sri Lanka’ and ICTA will be the key driving force of the country’s next ICT development initiative,” the President’s Secretary added.   

Giving a shot in the arm to the ICT Agency of Sri Lanka, Presidential Secretary Lalith Weeratunga recommended the apex ICT body to keep up its performance at optimum level.

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