6th Telecom Vision Board meeting was held at Amity University Noida campus wherein eminentleaders from telecom & IT industry participated in the event including Mr.Akhil Gupta, Vice Chairman, Bharti Enterprises & Executive Chairman BhartiInfratel, Mr. P Balaji, Director Regulatory, External Affairs & CSR,Vodafone Idea Ltd., Mr. T R Dua, DG,TAIPA, Air Commodore S Motial, Former CMD, ITI & MD & CEO, ELCOM, Mr.Amit Marwah, Head End to End Solutions Sale, Nokia Networks, Mr. Ajay Gupta, VP& Head Strategy & Marketing, Ericsson India, Mr. Sujit Baksi, PresidentCorporate Affairs & Head of India Business, Tech Mahindra, Mr. SumitSardana, COO, General Mobile Technologies India Ltd, Mr. Mohil Gajraj Singh, VPMobile Services & IoT Sales, Gemalto, Mr. Rituparno Mukhopadhyay, PartnerConsulting, PwC, Mr. Ajay Ranjan Mishra, Director Technology & IR, EricssonIndia, Mr. Pankaj Singh, Director Sales Telecom Power Solutions, Delta PowerSolutions, Mr. Pushpinder Chawla, Head Marketing Delhi/NCR, Reliance Jio, MsVertika Misra, Sr. Director, COAI & Our Alumnae and Mr. Ayush Abhay, CoE, CRM, NewgenTechnologies & our Alumanae.
Col OP Aurora Advisor Industry Interactionintroduced all the participants. Dr Balvinder Shukla, Vice Chancellor and LtGen PD Bhargava, Group Dy Vice Chancellor delivered the welcome address. About 200 students and faculty members fromASET, ABS and AIIT attended the meeting.
Shri Akhil Gupta presided over the VisionBoard meeting and invited all the industry leaders one by one to share theirthoughts and vision. Towards the end, he opened the floor for the participantsfor questions and answers and 4 – 5 students/faculty put up the questions tothe experts. He finally summed up all theproceedings.
Thedeliberations in the meeting have enriched our knowledge and understandingabout the upcoming technologies, product, services in the field oftelecommunications and this will facilitate in tweaking our academic activitiesto match with the aspirations of the industry.
TheTelecom Vision Board meeting at this point of time was much needed in view ofthe disruptions in the telecom sector.